Before deep-diving into the topic, we would like to
define “Artificial Intelligence.”
A small brief about Artificial intelligence helps you
understand the topic vividly.
So, let’s define artificial
Artificial intelligence is an integral part of computer
science; able to do tasks that usually demand human intelligence, including
visual perception, decision making, language and speech recognition, and
translation between languages.
New generation computers are now developed with a
combination of artificial intelligence, machine learning, and robotics, making
them eligible to learn and think without an explicit program.
AI follows these four approaches:
- Think humanly
- Think rationally
- Acting humanly
- Acting rationally
Medical science uses artificial intelligence to make
the diagnosis and treatment more result-oriented, less time-consuming, and
Now let’s cover the main topic: The implementation of
AI in rehabilitation therapy.
When amalgamated with artificial intelligence,
rehabilitation therapy such as physiotherapy, Occupational therapy, or hand
therapy creates wonder. AI-powered therapy comes with a sixth-sigma level of
precision that human therapy can’t achieve.
AI-integrated therapy offers quantifiable feedback and
detects real-time progress because it catches tiny movements which can’t be seen
through naked eyes. Therefore, therapists can deliver high-quality
rehabilitative treatment in practical, measurable ways.
As a therapist, your main objective is to provide
high-quality care and help your patients restore their independence, and
Artificial intelligence makes the entire process smooth and effortless.
AI is pro at programming tasks, such as:
- Collection and simplification of raw data
- Documenting and reporting data accurately
- Sharing data between patient & therapist
Above mentioned tasks cost your time, but don’t worry;
you can save your precious time with the application of artificial intelligence
and invest them in treatment.
Get a more concise idea about AI benefits
In the next part, we’ll focus on AI-based applications
in Physiotherapy & Occupational therapy.