Dance rehabilitation is a form of physical therapy with a strong focus on dance-specific movements. The rehabilitation process can address both new and old injuries with exercises and activities intentionally aimed at aiding the recovery.
Dance Rehabilitation can actually help people walk and balance better. The ultimate goal is to help better design and prescribe rehabilitation to those with reduced mobility.
In the article “Individualized goal-directed dance rehabilitation in chronic state of severe traumatic brain injury: A case study”, published in Helyon (Volume 5, Issue 2, February 2019), the authors present a dance intervention six and a half years after an extremely severe TBI.
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