Michael Villiger
Michael Villiger
Spital Davos and THIM University of Applied Sciences
Verified email at spitaldavos.ch
TitleCited byYear
Virtual reality–augmented neurorehabilitation improves motor function and reduces neuropathic pain in patients with incomplete spinal cord injury
M Villiger, D Bohli, D Kiper, P Pyk, J Spillmann, B Meilick, A Curt, ...
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 27 (8), 675-683, 2013
792013
Enhanced activation of motor execution networks using action observation combined with imagination of lower limb movements
M Villiger, N Estévez, MC Hepp-Reymond, D Kiper, SS Kollias, K Eng, ...
PloS one 8 (8), e72403, 2013
632013
Relationship between structural brainstem and brain plasticity and lower-limb training in spinal cord injury: a longitudinal pilot study
M Villiger, P Grabher, MC Hepp-Reymond, D Kiper, A Curt, M Bolliger, ...
Frontiers in human neuroscience 9, 254, 2015
392015
Activity of human motor system during action observation is modulated by object presence
M Villiger, S Chandrasekharan, TN Welsh
Experimental brain research 209 (1), 85-93, 2011
352011
Spinal cord injury affects the interplay between visual and sensorimotor representations of the body
S Ionta, M Villiger, CR Jutzeler, P Freund, A Curt, R Gassert
Scientific reports 6, 20144, 2016
262016
Virtual reality rehabilitation system for neuropathic pain and motor dysfunction in spinal cord injury patients
M Villiger, MC Hepp-Reymond, P Pyk, D Kiper, K Eng, J Spillman, ...
2011 International Conference on Virtual Rehabilitation, 1-4, 2011
222011
Evaluation and review of body fluids saliva, sweat and tear compared to biochemical hydration assessment markers within blood and urine
M Villiger, R Stoop, T Vetsch, E Hohenauer, M Pini, P Clarys, F Pereira, ...
European journal of clinical nutrition 72 (1), 69, 2018
102018
Home-Based Virtual Reality-Augmented Training Improves Lower Limb Muscle Strength, Balance, and Functional Mobility following Chronic Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury
M Villiger, J Liviero, L Awai, R Stoop, P Pyk, R Clijsen, A Curt, K Eng, ...
Frontiers in Neurology 8 (635), 2017
92017
A Reliability Study on Brain Activation During Active and Passive Arm Movements Supported by an MRI-Compatible Robot
N Estévez, N Yu, M Brügger, M Villiger, MC Hepp-Reymond, R Riener, ...
Brain topography 27 (6), 731-746, 2014
92014
Virtual reality rehabilitation in spinal cord injury patients
M Villiger
ETH Zurich, 2012
42012
Virtual reality training for the rehabilitation of lower limb motor dysfunction and neuropathic pain after spinal cord injury
M Villiger, D Bohli, D Kiper, P Pyk, N Estévez, S Kollias, A Curt, ...
European Neurorehabilitation Congress (ENRC), 2011
22011
Interactive Motor Imagery in Virtual Reality for Motor Rehabilitation after Stroke
C Cox, D Bolt, C Rademacher, A Palla, M Villiger
WCPT Congress, 2019
2019
Cooperative Arm Rehabilitation after Stroke
M Schrafl-Altermatt, F Thomas, M Villiger
Neural Control of Movement (NCM) Conference, 2019
2019
Muscle oxygenation and performance: the potential of NIRS
M Villiger
2019
Wie Physios bei der Spielentwicklung unterstützen können–Game on
T Vetsch, R Clijsen, M Villiger, J Kool
physiopraxis 16 (02), 50-52, 2018
2018
Virtual Reality-Augmented Neurorehabilitation following Neurological Disorders
C Cox, D Bolt, R Clijsen, A Palla, M Villiger
Kooperationskongress physioswiss / Reha Schweiz, 2017
2017
Interactive Motor Imagery in Virtual Reality for Motor Rehabilitation after Stroke
C Cox, D Bolt, R Clijsen, A Palla, M Villiger
DGN Congress, 2017
2017
Around the World - An Interactive Bike Trip
B Kunz, M Villiger
Gamescom Congress, 2017
2017
Effect of home-based virtual reality-augmented exercise therapy
M Villiger, J Liviero, R Stoop, L Awai, A Curt, P Pyk, E Hohenauer, ...
ECSS Congress, 2016
2016
Corrigendum: Spinal cord injury affects the interplay between visual and sensorimotor representations of the body
S Ionta, M Villiger, CR Jutzeler, P Freund, A Curt, R Gassert
Scientific reports 6, 24693, 2016
2016
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