Hemiplegic Clients’ Experiences after the Virtual Reality (Gyro Roller) Rehabilitation on Activities of Daily Living: Qualitative Study

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  • Kaunnil A, Ritthipravat P, Thongchoomsin S, Thichanpiang P, Sansri V

Keywords:

Hemiplegic clients, Virtual reality technology, Occupational therapy

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Published

01-10-2018

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อนุชาติ เขื่อนนิล วท.บ., วท.ม, ปร.ด, ปัณรสี ฤทธิประวัติ วศ.บ., วศ.ม., ปร.ด, สุรชาต ทองชุมสิน วท.บ., วท.ม. พีรเดช ธิจันทร์เปียง วท.บ., วท.ม, ปร.ด, วีรวัฒน์ แสนศรี วท.บ., วท.ม, ปร.ด. Hemiplegic Clients’ Experiences after the Virtual Reality (Gyro Roller) Rehabilitation on Activities of Daily Living: Qualitative Study. j dept med ser [Internet]. 2018 Oct. 1 [cited 2022 Aug. 13];43(5):87-93. Available from: https://he02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JDMS/article/view/247781

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