Mirror therapy forms part of Graded Motor Imagery (GMI) a treatment program to aid recovery after many complex pain and movement conditions including, phantom limb pain; Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) and for rehabilitation after a stroke; an injury; or surgery.  

There are three stages of treatment in Graded motor imagery, each exercising your brain in different ways.

These three distinct stages require a flexible approach from the patient and clinician, moving forwards
and backwards in the treatment process to suit the individual.

In the Spotlight

How to use a Mirror Therapy Box by Dr Ilan Lieberman

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See Dr Ilan Lieberbman's video presentation on Mirror Visualisation Therapy; it covers what it is, the history, the theory, the evidence and how it used in the rehabilitation of CRPS, Stroke and rehab after a injury or surgery.

Mirror Box Therapy

How it Works

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It may seem bizarre that something as simple as a mirror can be used in the treatment of phantom limb pain, complex regional pain...

Treating ‘phantom limb pain’ with a mirror therapy box

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Whether the phantom is in the hand or the foot the principle of mirror box therapy is still the same. In this video soldier...

Mirror Therapy for Improving Motor Function After Stroke

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A total of 567 participants, which compared mirror therapy with other interventions. When compared with all other interventions, mirror therapy was found to have...

Testimonials

Mrs. C.W. Manchester

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“My father who is 66 suffered a sub arachnoid haemorrhage leaving him with a dense left arm weakness and inattention to the left side....

About Visualization Therapy

About Visualisation Therapy – Mirror Box Therapy.

Mirror box therapy was first described by V.S. Ramachandran for the relief of Phantom Limb Pain, but has since been proven in the treatment of Stroke Rehabilitation, and Complex...
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