Exciting news! ARC research paper on the “Ricominciare” project has been published!

The “Ricominciare” project aimed to explore the feasibility and safety of ARC in assisting individuals with disabilities due to respiratory or neurological diseases, such as Parkinson’s disease or post COVID-19.

The primary study outcomes focused on usability, patient adherence, and adverse events. Additionally, a range of clinical outcome measures were monitored before and after treatment.

The research showed that technologies could support clinical practice, especially considering that rehabilitation is a therapy based on the neurophysiological principles of repetitive, intensive, specific, task-oriented practice.

In addition, continuity of rehabilitation care is a key element of effectiveness in preventing the progression of disability for patients with chronic conditions.

This publication represents a significant step forward in the quest to provide accessible and effective rehabilitation solutions. Congratulations to our dedicated team behind the “Ricominciare” project for this great achievement!

Thanks to the valuable support of Marianna Capecci and Maria Gabriella Ceravolo

Link to the paper: https://www.mdpi.com/2439130

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