You heard it right, first it was being used in retirement homes to keep the people there active, and now it's being used in rehabilitation centers.
A player's hands tightly hold the Wii controller as they take aim at the TV screen.
"We're challenging their center of gravity and their balance," as well as patients' hand-eye coordination, said Cheryl Louro, rehabilitation program director at
According to the people at the rehab centers, Wii can be used to tailor the movements of the patients abilities while utilizing the motion sensing and accelerometer which helps them to keep balanced while making fast jerking movements... or something.
And if they're really good, they get to use Wii Fit =D.