Sergio Albiol-Pérez

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Guillain-Barre syndrome is an inflammatory polyradiculoneuropathy where the etiology is not clear. Some of the most important problems in this type of syndrome are balance and gait disorders. Traditional rehabilitation includes exercises such as proper limb positioning, posture, orthotics, and activities that patients carry out in daily living (ADL). Novel(More)
BACKGROUND The methods used for the motor rehabilitation of patients with neurological disorders include a number of different rehabilitation exercises. For patients who have been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS), the performance of motor rehabilitation exercises is essential. Nevertheless, this rehabilitation may be tedious, negatively influencing(More)
Short-term memory can be defined as the capacity for holding a small amount of information in mind in an active state for a short period of time. Although some instruments have been developed to study spatial short-term memory in real environments, there are no instruments that are specifically designed to assess visuospatial short-term memory in an(More)
REOVIEM is a system that use the potencial of virtual reality (VR) and natural user interfaces (NilI) to offer to patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) an intuitive and motivating way to perform several motor rehabilitation exercise. Moreover, REMOVIEM offer to the therapists a new motor rehabilitation tool that it allows control the rehabilitation process,(More)
Acquired brain injury (ABI) is one of the main problems of disability and death in the world. Its incidence and survival rate are increasing annually. Thus, the number of chronic ABI patients is gradually growing. Traditionally, rehabilitation programs are applied to postacute and acute patients, but recent publications determine that chronic patients may(More)
Patients that suffer from Parkinson Disease (PD) have different symptoms such as tremors, stiffness and slowness in the execution of first movements and absence of balance control. This paper introduces the concept of wording alliance within a virtual rehabilitation system for Parkinson Disease (PD) patients. On one hand, the use of serious games increases(More)
INTRODUCTION This article is part of the Focus Theme of Methods of Information in Medicine on "New Methodologies for Patients Rehabilitation". OBJECTIVES For Guillain-Barré patients, motor rehabilitation programs are helpful at the onset to prevent the complications of paralysis and in cases of persistent motor impairment. Traditional motor rehabilitation(More)
This paper presents a conceptual cloud-based framework with virtual and augmented reality support named "CRehab" for the management of rehabilitation processes. Studies show that rehabilitation wards, staff, patients, and families need systems that tackle administration, personal communication, and patient motivation processes effectively. To this end,(More)
Usability, acceptance and security of use are key factors in the validation of Virtual Rehabilitation system. Current literature offers different questionnaires for this purpose, but many of them do not consider some important issues and other are inadequate for patients. In this paper, we present SEQ (Suitability Evaluation Questionnaire) a novel(More)
Idiopathic Parkinson's Disease (PD) is a neurological disorder with a large number of motor and non-motor alterations that produce an impact on basic and instrumental Activities of Daily Living. These motor disorders are categorized by tremors, rigidity, bradykinesia, and postural control. Other types of alterations that are characteristic of PD are flexed(More)