Check out the article Break a leg? Try ‘Wiihabilitation’
As the article states:
[Use of the Wii] is fast becoming a craze in rehab therapy for patients recovering from strokes, broken bones, surgery and even combat injuries…Using the game console’s unique, motion-sensitive controller, Wii games require body movements similar to traditional therapy exercises. …patients become so engrossed mentally they’re almost oblivious to the rigor.
How does this use track with the story below from from the parody site Wii have a problemAs the story states:
“I’ve had my Wii for 3 weeks now. I’ve been playing just long enough to discover that you can do some cool moves in Wii sports, tennis. High underhand balls, smashes and screw-balls. I was practicing the screw-balls with great empathy and excitement. Suddenly I bang the Wiimote up in my ceiling lamp which is made of glass, and cut my index finger all the way to the bone.” -David from Denmark
Do those individuals being injured by the Wii use the Wii for rehab? is that some kind of infinite loop? You tell me?