You put your right hand in, you put your left foot out…?

By David Butler Graded motor imagery 18/12/2013

Here is a conundrum for practitioners of graded motor imagery – there is a right hand on a left foot . Maybe testing and exercising left/right discrimination would be contraindicated until the hand is reattached. You wouldn’t want to turn the right hand into a left hand. Maybe having it attached to the left foot has already made a significant left-ish representation for it in the brain?

Are all traumatic amputees in China afforded such complex surgery?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-25405543

-David Butler
www.noigroup.com

Comments

  1. davidboltononoi

    Maybe the day will now come when we can put an old head on young shoulders …..

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