June 2007
Soldiers;Jun2007, Vol. 62 Issue 6, p43
This article focuses on the virtual-reality simulator and sports program offered to patients at the Military Performance Lab of the U.S. Army's Center for the Intrepid. The center helps wounded soldiers with severe extremity injuries, burns and amputations live and work productively and have fun as they recover. The equipment at the center is geared to research; information collected can help physicians, physical therapists and prostheses makers improve patient care.


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