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how you can apply laser visual feedback to simple balance progressions:

Adding Motion Guidance laser pointer visual cue can be a great way to enhance learning and engagement during any balance exercise. The options are endless, but here are a few ideas below:


HERE ARE A FEW WAYS ENHANCE balance REHAB WITH VISUAL FEEDBACK:

 

Standing Tandem Stance with Visual Feedback

  • Turn a simple balance exercise like tandem stance into more of an engaging game, and also allow your patient to visualize their trunk position and how stable they are: add challenges like perturbations, or throw in some upper body band exercises as needed.

Standing Single Leg Stance with Visual Feedback

  • Turn a simple balance exercise like single leg stance into an engaging game: add challenges such as band, perturbations, or reaches: have your patient isolate their trunk movement, or encourage trunk movement based on your goals!

Standing Single Leg Stance on a BOSU ball with Visual Feedback

  • Add laser pointer visuals to advanced exercises like bosu single leg stance! Add challenges such as band, perturbations, or reaches. Instantly visualize body sway and give your patient goals. 

Standing Single Leg Stance with a Dual Task: Cervical Tracking

  • Challenge your patients with multi-tasking, by adding an additional goal to an existing balance exercise: this exercise adds cervical motor skill to single leg stance. 

Standing Single Leg Stance with a Dual Task: Shoulder Tracking

  • Challenge your patients with multi-tasking, by adding an additional goal to an existing balance exercise: this exercise adds shoulder motor skill to single leg stance on a bosu. 

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