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    • #21981
      Rob
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      Anyone have suggestions or experience using video games or virtual reality to help build neuroplasticity balance exercise and fun? I read at times where these types of activities have merit but I m having trouble finding specifics.

    • #21982
      Ed Tobias
      Keymaster

      Hi Rob,

      It’s not directly related to neuroplasticity but I just saw this report yesterday on an NIH study regarding children and cognition. I vaguely remember seeing something about VR and MS and I’ll try to find that.

      Ed

      https://www.nih.gov/news-events/news-releases/video-gaming-may-be-associated-better-cognitive-performance-children

    • #21983
      Ed Tobias
      Keymaster

      I’ve found a lot of info about virtual reality on the main MS News Today website. (I knew I’d seen it somewhere.) Just go to the home page and search for “virtual reality” and several stories will pop up.

      Ed

    • #21997
      Rob
      Participant

      Ed Thank so much. Sorry I’m tardy responding. I really appreciate

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