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Rehab patients: Wii would like to get better

Deborah Thompson of Lexington , who is recovering from a knee injury, plays Wii tennis at Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates in Burlington. ''It doesn't feel like work, and I guess that's the benefit,'' said Thompson. ''You can pretend you're Roger Federer.'' Deborah Thompson of Lexington , who is recovering from a knee injury, plays Wii tennis at Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates in Burlington. ''It doesn't feel like work, and I guess that's the benefit,'' said Thompson. ''You can pretend you're Roger Federer.'' (Josh Reynolds for The Boston Globe)
By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts
Globe Correspondent / October 9, 2008

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Deborah Thompson, a 62-year-old mother who thrives on heart-pounding challenges like mountain climbing and biking, can't stand video games. (Full article: 1004 words)

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