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Comparison of Movements in a Virtual Reality Mirror Box Therapy for Treatment of Lower Limb Phantom Pain
Proceedings of the 13th International Joint Conference on Computer Vision, Imaging and Computer Graphics Theory and Applications
Many patients experience Phantom Limb Pain (PLP) after an amputation. Traditional Mirror Box Therapy (MBT) has proven efficient for some patients, but the movements in MBT are physically limited, for lower limb amputees. In this work, we investigated how anti-symmetrical mirroring compares to regular mirroring in Virtual Reality (VR) MBT for lower limb amputees, as natural leg movements are anti-symmetrical, like walking, running, and cycling. To motivate the patients, a game was developed thatdoi:10.5220/0006537801670174 dblp:conf/grapp/HenriksenNKG18 fatcat:cdig33fhwffkfequoubcs5reua