Video: How children with cerebral palsy can learn new skills through virtual reality

Mia is a 10-year-old girl with cerebral palsy who plays soccer and hockey. Can she benefit from virtual reality therapy?

That's the question Danielle Levac, an assistant professor of physical therapy at Northeastern, wants to answer.

Credit: Benjamin Bertsch and Adam Fischer

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