Potential benefits of nintendo wii fit among people with multiple sclerosis: a longitudinal pilot study.

@article{Plow2011PotentialBO,
  title={Potential benefits of nintendo wii fit among people with multiple sclerosis: a longitudinal pilot study.},
  author={Matthew Plow and Marcia Finlayson},
  journal={International journal of MS care},
  year={2011},
  volume={13 1},
  pages={
          21-30
        }
}
We examined the potential of Nintendo Wii Fit (Nintendo Co, Ltd, Kyoto, Japan) to increase physical activity (PA) behavior and health among people with multiple sclerosis (MS). The study consisted of a repeated-measures design with a baseline control period and involved 30 people with MS who had the ability to walk 25 feet with or without a cane (26 individuals were included in the analyses). Nintendo Wii was set up in the homes of participants, who were prescribed a Wii Fit exercise program… CONTINUE READING

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