Host Institution: CoRehab
The focus of this project is to train the ESR to develop a rehabilitation training module from a systems perspective. In this project i) the current training games of Riablo®, a medical device manufactured by COREHAB (movement-controlled videogames) will be expanded with typical knowledge from REPAIRS and ii) one of the games as developed in REPAIRS will be integrated in Riablo itself. First, joint angle variability measures will be computed within ‘Riablo’, a current training tool of COREHAB. It will be established how information about joint angle variability should be fed back to the user in the videogame to be most effective. This is a pioneering performance measure to give feedback about in rehabilitation. Second, the current movement-controlled videogames give feedback about variability of performance using traditional variability measures. Innovative variability measures, such as RQA, will be implemented in a training game to prevent risk of falling to determine how this should be implemented to be optimally effective. Third, the training tool as developed by ESR12, where joint-action is employed to improve postural stability, will be integrated in the Riablo training tool and tested for its effectiveness after ACL injury and risk of fall prevention. In doing so, this ESR will integrate different levels of study (i.e., muscles and joints and social) and combine this with innovative performance measures (i.e., RQA) to improve rehabilitation from a systems perspective.