Free Masterclass Virtual Reality in Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy and Neurotherapy

Therapy can be smarter, faster, and better. Discover how to use VR to assist patients in a fun and innovative way.

We would like to introduce you to this innovative approach to therapy during a free personal masterclass conducted by our VR specialists!

During the masterclass, you will learn:

Did you know that a whopping 76% of people do not complete their therapy? Many individuals lack the time and/or motivation to do their exercises daily. And that’s where we, CorpusVR, come in!

By engaging in exercises within a Virtual Reality environment, people practice more frequently and intelligently. The result: a faster recovery. Curious about how this works exactly? And how you can implement it within your physiotherapy, occupational therapy, or rehabilitation practice? Discover it during a free Masterclass Virtual Reality.

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For which complaints can you use Virtual Reality?

That Virtual Reality is effective in therapy for both physical and mental complaints has already been proven in various scientific studies. What can you think of?

  • Physical complaints in the neck, knee, or back
  • Chronic pain or Long Covid
  • Headaches
  • Anxiety, fatigue, or stress
  • In cases of a stroke, Parkinson’s, spinal cord injury, or hernia

 

And many more!

What is VR and how does it work?

With a special VR headset, the patient is transported into a different, virtual reality. Here, the patient performs various exercises. Motion sensors track correct execution and progress. The difficulty level of the exercises can be adjusted throughout the therapy. In the VR world, the patient learns to relax and step by step address their issues and better manage their complaints.

  • Training with a smart, customized approach
  • Significantly higher therapy adherence
  • Immediate feedback on progress
  • VR gives patients the confidence they need