Virtual Reality Training
Virtual Reality (VR) Training for Balance
Virtual reality training can activate the cerebral cortex and improve the spatial orientation capacity of patients, thus facilitating the cortex to control balance and increase motion function.
Virtual reality has become an essential tool in the assessment and treatment of vestibular disorders by offering a compact all-in-one tool for comprehensive patient management.
Balance and/or Proprioception disorders can now be assessed and treated, whatever the etiology, with a complementary solution based on Virtual Reality.
Balance is governed by three sensory inputs: Somesthesic (proprioception), Visual and Vestibular.
The Dynamic Posturography and Rehabilitation platform, MotionVR, allows you to work by setting the amplitude and speed limits axis by axis for an earlier recovery of proprioception in complete safety, resulting in an overall saving of rehabilitation time.