Our first results are really encouraging in the sense that virtual reality leads to in patients, significant changes not only in their approach to the disease, but also in their ecology but also at the clinical, analytical and functional level, we can see some very important changes. The real idea of virtual reality is to try to "drive" the plasticity as much as possible and break brain codes in another reality. Overall, we can say that most patients adhere, and when they adhere, it's pretty much beautiful. The virtual reality niche is a current niche, a wave that can be surfed on and have interesting results. For the therapist it's also quite enriching because you can can invent a lot of things and a lot of ways can be proposed outside of the ways. classic ones that we have in standard rehab. I think it's a win-win. therapist/patient/outcome.
Prof. PY. Libois