Activities / Mad Tavern

Mad Tavern

Utilize distraction to work on core control and stability with this virtual rehabilitation exercise


  • Patient visually scans a bustling tavern to trigger a series of short stories. This activity helps promote cervical ROM, visual processing skills, and cognitive aspects for focus and attention.

  • Use for pain and sensory distraction

  • No adjustable difficulty settings


Cervical ROM, distraction, core control
In a seated position, the patient can work on cervical proprioception and ROM


  • Facilitate cervical spine range of motion, evaluate quality of movement (e.g., ataxic or smooth)


  • Use visual scanning to identify range of visual field; engage in pattern finding, proprioception, and object recognition (i.e., colors and animals)

  • Help gauge alertness

  • Promote focus and concentration

  • Help track spatial sound

Procedural and operative techniques and considerations are illustrative examples from healthcare provider experience. Healthcare providers' treatment and technique decisions will vary based on their medical judgment. Individual results may vary depending on patient-specific attributes and other factors.

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