Stroke victim finds the Wii helps with rehab

77-year-old semi-pro tennis player, Jerry Pope is finding the Wii to be quite the comfort during his recovery period. He explains that it is helping him in his journey to get back on the real court.

“I’m not a video game player,” he explains, further adding that the Wii “is the only one I’ve ever played.” Still, it’s managed to hold his interest, as he did not have a taste for the conventional physical therapy exercises that follow a stroke. His wife, Gloria, explains that he was in bad shape following the stroke, but is now looking good and well on his way to recovery. Read the rest of the story.