- •VR could be an effective method of MS rehabilitation in cognitive and motor deficits.
- •VR represents a motivational alternative in the MS rehabilitation process.
- •VR combined with other technologies are also effective in MS rehabilitation.
- •VR associated factors must be considered in MS rehabilitation planning.
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