Graded Motor Imagery (GMI) is a sequence of strategies including left/right discrimination (being able to identify body parts and movements as being left and right ), motor imagery and mirror therapy. Evidence for the use of the graded motor imagery process or its individual components comes from neuroscience and clinical trials.
1 x Graded Motor Imagery Handbook (2019 update)
1 x NOI Mirror Box (perspex mirror) – for mirror therapy
1 x Recognise Flash Card set – for motor imagery exercises
The Graded Motor Imagery Handbook/ebook combines the last two decades of neuroscience research, clinical trials and clinical reasoning science into a book suitable for for both clinicians and pain sufferers. Moseley, Butler, Beames. Noigroup Publications, 2012 (updated and reprinted June 2019).
The NOI Mirror Box is light, portable, easy to use and has had much success as a patient resource. Constructed from corflute and a perspex mirror (300 x 295mm), instructions included.
Recognise Flash cards consist of 48 images on square cards (24 images mirrored to equal a total of 48 images) photographed in simple positions with no interfering elements. Card games, reference list and instructions are included.
Recognise App – for training on the go
Evidence based document for graded motor imagery