Dragana Krpalek; Motion Sickness and Progressive Gaze Stability Exercises: Impact on Engagement in Meaningful Activities. Am J Occup Ther 2018;72(4_Supplement_1):7211520315p1. doi: 10.5014/ajot.2018.72S1-PO4049.
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Date Presented 4/20/2018
Motion sickness can negatively impact participation in daily activities. This collaborative study with physical therapy suggests that progressive gaze stability exercises can reduce motion sickness by improving tolerance to motion sensitivity, facilitating participation in valued activities.
Primary Author and Speaker: Dragana Krpalek
Contributing Authors: Shilpa Gaikwad, Eric Glenn Johnson, Todd Nelson, Noel Aguilar, Andrew Flores, Hosea Huynh, Patrick Mecenas, April Vasquez
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