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Proposal of a Computerized System Based on Game Therapy to Reduce Postural Sway

EasyChair Preprint no. 9809

6 pagesDate: March 1, 2023


Develop three balance training games that aim to explore latero-lateral and antero-posterior movements and a combi-nation of these movements. The games were tested in two stages, the first assess was carried out by 5 professional sys-tems/games developers and the second was carried out by 5 therapists. To this end, two questionnaires were developed based on regulatory standards for software development and quality and also based on the SUS scale. The answers ob-tained in the SUS questionnaire showed 81 points in the as-sessment of physical therapists and 83 points in the assess-ment of system developers. According to the SUS scale both values classify the system as good. The games proved to be a very useful tool with great potential for use in balance treat-ments. The developed system can significantly improve treat-ments, as it increases the applied techniques, helping the ther-apist. In this way, the patient stays longer in the treatment using the games.

Keyphrases: balance, Game therapy, Software Test, Unity

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BibTeX does not have the right entry for preprints. This is a hack for producing the correct reference:
  author = {Luan de Almeida Moura and Paulo César dos Reis and André Da Silva and Rodrigo Parra De Prado and Mariana da Palma Valério and Silvia Regina Matos da Silva Boschi and Silvia Cristina Martini and Terigi Augusto Scardovelli and Alessandro Pereira da Silva},
  title = {Proposal of a Computerized System Based on Game Therapy to Reduce Postural Sway},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 9809},

  year = {EasyChair, 2023}}
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