Overview

Research

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Research at the ETH in Zurich layed the ground work for the Dividat Senso. The Dividat Senso is a research-backed product and sparked a lot of interest, not only with clinicians, but also in the research community.

Dividat is partnering with the most recognized research institutions in the world.

Dividat Senso is used in a broad variety of fields like Neurorehabilitation, Geriatric Rehabilitation or Sports Rehabilitation. Today, Dividat is partnering with the most recognized research institutions worldwide.

Publications

2018

Swanenburg et. al.

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

2016

Okubo et. al.

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

2016

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

2015

Eggenberger et. al.

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

2014

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

1998

Fried et. al.

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

2011

Pichierri et. al.

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

2011

Studentski et. al.

[PDF] Gait Speed and Survival in Older Adults

2012

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

2013

Theill et. al.

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

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