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BiM in Review 2009



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We recently reviewed BiM 2010 articles and figured it was a good resource to gather together all the posts written in single a year.  So, with that in mind here are the 2009 articles from when BiM first started in August 2009. Highlights include articles on mirror therapy reviewing some of the current evidence and future directions; as well as ‘Reflections, imagery, and illusions: the past, present and future of training the brain in CRPS’. For patients we also wrote a piece on What is CRPS in Plain English.

We questioned The Ideal Sitting Posture; and explained some research that caused a stir in the press with ‘Physiologically impossible movement of phantom limbs explained’ and we also produced a five part slide series on Training the Brain which you can download.

Guest bloggers wrote about sound bites, interpersonal touch, virtual bodies and getting one step closer to consciousness. But perhaps the best is Dr House trying the mirror box therapy.

The table is interactive – you can rearrange the posts by author name, or search on the title.

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