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Rehabilitation is controlled by interactive games

Pfizer has awarded the European Prize in Research “ASPIRE Hemophilia” to a project developed by scientists at the Department of Physiotherapy at the University of Valencia. By making exercise through interactive games it is pretended to improve the quality of life of patients with hemophilia. Microsoft’s Kinect sensor is one of the basic elements of this project, which will carry out the monitoring and control of physical activity programs for those affected (prophylaxis and treatment of musculoskeletal injury) who can perform a series of exercises at home. They will achieve even evolve and adjust the various activities as they progress.