Dividat kooperiert mit internationalen Forschungseinrichtungen zur stetigen Weiterentwicklung unserer Trainingsprogramme

Forschungsarbeiten an der ETH Zürich bilden die Basis für die Entwicklung des Dividat Senso. Das innovative Trainings- und Testgerät wurde vielfach wissenschaftlich untersucht und erlangte grosse Aufmerksamkeit sowohl in der Forschung als auch im klinischen Alltag.

Heute wird der Dividat Senso in Bereichen wie 'Active Aging', Neurorehabilitation, geriatrischer Rehabilitation oder in der Sportrehabilitation eingesetzt.



A. Schättin, et al.

[PDF] Design and Evaluation of User-Centered Exergames for Patients With Multiple Sclerosis: Multilevel Usability and Feasibility Studies


Swinnen et. al.

[PDF] The efficacy of exergaming in people with major neurocognitive disorder residing in long-term care facilities


J. Bakker, et al.

[LINK] Balance training monitoring and individual response during unstable vs. T stable balance Exergaming in elderly adults: Findings from a randomized controlled trial


Swanenburg et al.

[PDF] Exergaming with integrated head turn task improves compensatory saccade pattern in some patients with chronic peripheral unilateral vestibular hypofunction


de Bruin

[PDF] Playing Exergames Facilitates Central Drive to the Ankle Dorsiflexors During Gait in Older Adults; a Quasi-Experimental Investigation


Morat et al.

[LINK] Effects of stepping exergames under stable versus unstable conditions on balance and strength in healthy community-dwelling older adults: A three-armed randomized controlled trial


Rebsamen et al.

[PDF] Exergame-Driven High-Intensity Interval Training in Untrained Community Dwelling Older Adults: A Formative One Group Quasi- Experimental Feasibility Trial


Swanenburg et. al.

[PDF] Exergaming in a Moving Virtual World to Train Vestibular Functions and Gait


Okubo et. al.

[LINK] Step training improves reaction time, gait and balance and reduces falls in older people: a systematic review and meta-analysis


Schaettin et. al.

[PDF] Adaptations of Prefrontal Brain Activity, Executive Functions, and Gait in Healthy Elderly Following Exergame and Balance Training: A Randomized-Controlled Study


Eggenberger et. al.

[PDF] Exergame and Balance Training Modulate Prefrontal Brain Activity during Walking and Enhance Executive Function in Older Adults


van het Reve, D. de Bruin.

[PDF] Strength-balance supplemented with computerized cognitive training to improve dual task gait and divided attention in older adults: a multicenter randomized-controlled trial


Theill et. al.

[PDF] Effects of simultaneously performed cognitive and physical training in older adults


Pichierri et. al.

[PDF] A cognitive-motor intervention using a dance video game to enhance foot placement accuracy and gait under dual task conditions in older adults: a randomized controlled trial


Pichierri et. al.

[PDF] Cognitive and cognitive-motor interventions affecting physical functioning: A systematic review


Studentski et. al.

[PDF] Gait Speed and Survival in Older Adults


Fried et. al.

[PDF] Risk Factors for a 5-Year Mortality in Older Adults