Laterality recognition training 
Sessions 1 + 2
Localisation training (left/right); detection of the number and localisation of points (starting distance: two-point discrimination threshold)
Progression: ↑ number of points; ↑ speed; ↓ distance between points
Pelvic tilt exercises; finding a middle position of the lower back in different postures (comparable to movement control tests) 
Progression: Starting position (easy to hard)
Recognition of the position of trunks pictured on a smartphone
Progression: ↑ speed of the image sequence; ↑ number of images
Sessions 3 + 4
Identification of numbers; simple arithmetic tasks (addition and subtraction of numbers from 0 to 9)
Progression: ↓ size of numbers; varying the orientation; ↑ speed
Movement control exercises comparable to movement control tests ; finding and maintaining a middle position of the lower back while performing simple movements of the trunk or extremities.
Progression: Starting position; performing additional movements
As above. Individual progression based on actual performance
Sessions 5 + 6
Identification of letters; recognition of three-letter words.
Progression: ↓ font size; varying the orientation; ↑ speed
As above, but with additional complex movements of the trunk or extremities; transfer to functional activities related to the patient’s symptoms.
Progression: Complexity of starting position; use of additional weights
As above. Individual progression based on actual performance; ↑ complexity of images