Virtual Reality for Neurological Disorders
Virtual Reality is an excellent tool to use in the rehabilitation of various neurological conditions. In which situations can Corpus VR provide a solution?
VR training is a promising method to enhance the mobility of patients with various neurological conditions. Therefore, VR is exceptionally suitable for use in neurology within rehabilitation therapy. The experiences in the VR world improve motor function. Additionally, the exercises in VR have positive effects on limb function and balance.
How does VR for neurological disorders work?
VR can be used therapeutically for neurological disorders, aiding in the improvement of the sensorimotor cortex and neuroplasticity. Patients engage in VR games at their own range-of-motion level, where motion sensors track the correct execution of exercises and monitor progress. Throughout the treatment, the difficulty of the exercises can be adjusted, facilitating improvement. This way, VR also contributes to trunk stability, visual impairment and cognitive functions.
An overview of neurological disorders
Corpus VR can be used with:
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Parkinson’s disease / NMD
- Spinal cord injury
- Hernia Cervical
- Visual impairment
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Benefits of VR in Neuro Rehab
In collaboration with rehabilitation specialists from UZ Gent, we have developed 6 unique VR worlds that can aid in the rehabilitation of neurological conditions.
- Training of the speed of eye movements
- Improved sensory processing
- Enhanced focus
- Better concentration
- Vestibular Habituation Training for dizziness
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