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1 Clinical aspect of MediTouch products Clinical Aspects of MediTouch Products Presented by: Mr. Avraham Cohen, MediTouch CCO

2 Clinical aspect of MediTouch products Content Description Scientific Aspect Method Features Indications

3 Clinical aspect of MediTouch products Description Dedicated rehabilitation systems for upper and low extremity rehabilitation based on Impairment oriented training with augmented feedback.

4 Clinical aspect of MediTouch products Scientific Aspect WHO, ICIDH World Health Organization (WHO) The International Classification of Impairments, Disabilities, and Handicaps (ICIDH) Impairment Disability Handicap Occupational Task Functional Task Sensor-motor skill

5 Clinical aspect of MediTouch products Scientific Aspect WHO, ICIDH World Health Organization (WHO) The International Classification of Impairments, Disabilities, and Handicaps (ICIDH) Impairment Disability Handicap

6 Clinical aspect of MediTouch products Scientific Aspect WHO, ICIDH World Health Organization (WHO) The International Classification of Impairments, Disabilities, and Handicaps (ICIDH) Impairment Oriented Training (IOT) Objective evaluations Customized practice

7 Clinical aspect of MediTouch products Scientific Aspect Rehabilitation Method Traditional Low tech Traditional + IOT Low tech + High tech

8 Clinical aspect of MediTouch products Traditional Approach Mild range and low sensitivity of sensory-motor system Limited sensory-motor ability Increase compensatory movement

9 Clinical aspect of MediTouch products Traditional With IOT Approach Full range and high sensitivity of sensory-motor system Decreased longer term problems Increased potential recovery Enhanced functional recovery

10 Clinical aspect of MediTouch products Feedback Task-intrinsic feedback Visual Augmented feedback Proprioceptive Auditory Knowledge of Result Tactile Knowledge of Performance Magill and Wood (1986)

11 Clinical aspect of MediTouch products Augmented Feedback (Lintern, Roscoe, & Silvier, 1990; Lintern, 1991; ) Lee, White & Carnahan 1990; Butler, Reeve, Fischman 1996, (Swinnen et al,. 1990; Swinnen, Walter, Lee & Serrien, 1993) Feedback MotionKPlevelsMotivationTimingKR

12 Clinical aspect of MediTouch products Types of Augmented Feedback Augmented Feedback Quantitative Qualitative Terminal Concurrent

13 Clinical aspect of MediTouch products Acknowledge Knowledge of result (KR) Knowledge of performance (KP)

14 Clinical aspect of MediTouch products Acknowledge of Result (KR) Self assessment Patient motivation Low cognitive effort Short term compensatory performance Long term pre morbid performance Kernodle and Carlton 1992, Zubiaur, Ona, and Delgado 1999, Lee T, Swinnen SP, Serrien D. 1994

15 Clinical aspect of MediTouch products Acknowledge of Performance (KP) Patient cooperation Self active intervention Cognitive effort Long term problems prevention Kernodle and Carlton 1992, Zubiaur, Ona, and Delgado 1999, Lee T, Swinnen SP, Serrien D. 1994

16 Clinical aspect of MediTouch products Ideal Augmented Feedback KP and KR combination Silverman, woods, and Subramaniam, 1999)

17 Clinical aspect of MediTouch products Type of Augmented Feedback Indications Terminal Concurrent Qualitative Quantitative Initial stage Mild Impact Sever Impact Magill and Wood (1986), Intiso et al, 1994 Advanced stage

18 Clinical aspect of MediTouch products Needs for Augmented Feedback Impact of sensory system Inefficiently of task-intrinsic feedback. (Trowbridge & Cason 1932, Bilodeau, & Schumsky, 1959)

19 Clinical aspect of MediTouch products Method IOT and Feedback Rehabilitation Customization Rehabilitation Facilitation Patient Motivation Rehabilitation Evaluation Rehabilitation Follow-up Kwakkel G, Kollen BJ) (Woods, &Subramaniam, 1998, Annesi, 1998;)

20 Clinical aspect of MediTouch products The Insight Use it or lose it Use it and improve it Active practice Repetition Intensity Time Motivation Challenge Feedback Jeffrey A. kleim 2008, Wolf SL, Winstein CJ, 2008,Taub et al., 1993; Wolf et al., 1989

21 Clinical aspect of MediTouch products Features Objective kinematics evaluation Customized Intensive Training Objective Follow-up All types of Augmented Feedback Research, clinical and home usage

22 Clinical aspect of MediTouch products HandTutor Indications Stroke Head injuries Spinal cord injuries Parkinson Cerebral palsy Multiple sclerosis Radial and ulnar nerve injuries Brachial plexus injuries Post hand rehabilitation Hand and forearm injuries Burns CRPS DCD

23 Clinical aspect of MediTouch products ElbowTutor Indications Stroke Head injuries Spinal cord injuries Parkinson Cerebral palsy Multiple sclerosis Brachial plexus injuries Radial and Ulnar nerve injuries Arm surgery rehabilitation Arm muscle weakness Burns CRPS DCD

24 Clinical aspect of MediTouch products LegTutor Indications Stroke Head injuries Spinal cord injuries Parkinson Cerebral palsy Multiple sclerosis Drop foot Ankle surgery rehabilitation Ankle muscle weakness Femoral or Tibial nerve injuries Burns CRPS DCD

25 Clinical aspect of MediTouch products AnkleTutor Indications Stroke Head injuries Spinal cord injuries Parkinson Cerebral palsy Multiple sclerosis Ankle surgery Ankle fractures or soft tissue injuries Ankle muscle weakness Peroneal, Tibal nerve injuries Burns CRPS DCD

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