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More than 500 Clinics and Centers in 26 countries are already equipped with Virtualis virtual reality solutions. Our users are the ones who best describe the contribution of virtual reality to their practice:
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MotionVR is truly Computerized Dynamic Posturography (CDP) and motion simulator for all planes of motion and above all, it is the responsiveness of the force plate to easily switch from smooth to unpredictable movements. (...) what it provides for my patients care is first, that it is FUN for all age groups, for quick transition from easy and basic treatment to very complex and challenging rehab for younger, athletic and fit patients. (...) It also enables to shorten the number of sessions. (...) I would say: PRACTICAL TO USE, both for the therapist and for the patient. ECOLOGY, because we are going to get as close as possible to reality by immersion and by the platform's own movements or the platform's servo-control and finally : DESIGN, which is a little extra for the practice, which the patient is always sensitive to...

Dominique Gerbaulet

Physiotherapist, Toulouse, France
Virtual reality and post-oncology rehabilitation
At the Colpach Castle Rehabilitation Centre, we use the virtual reality/MotionVR platform in the treatment of patients hospitalised in post-oncology rehabilitation. In the context of neuro-peripheral damage resulting from chemotherapy, we use mirror therapy. This makes it easier to recover the mobility of the affected limb and reduces the pain perceived by the patient. MotionVR encourages the recovery of support and balance by allowing the different sensory inputs to be coupled without creating conflicts. Virtual Reality also allows our patients to fully immerse themselves in a session. They benefit from a "decorporalisation" and can thus more easily overcome their kinesiophobia. For example, a person who has had a mastectomy will forget the tensions and retractions caused by the operation. Another may try to straighten up after a stoma. We discover the benefits of this technique as we work with them. The main thing to remember at the moment is the satisfaction of our patients with their progress.

François PHILIPPE

Physiotherapist - Post-oncology rehabilitation Centre de Réhabilitation du Château de Colpach, Croix-Rouge Luxembourgeoise
MotionVR, Computerized Dynamic Posturography and Rehab Motion Simulator
While the health crisis has put the whole world on pause for a year now, we had the privilege of receiving the first Motion VR, If there's one word you can put aside when trying this force plate, it's the word "disappointment".
First of all, it has a modern, unique, even futuristic design that makes you think of a (luxury) sports car with all the options, and it has many options!
The start-up is fast, the access is easy for the patient and the use of the software is intuitive.
The "MotionVR" works with or without virtual reality. There are several programs and associated assessments (SOT...), but the force plate itself allows us to move the plate on 5 axis (including the vertical axis) in 10 directions. We can setup the speed, the duration of a stationary position, the pause etc... The customization options and the ability to program the platform up to 12 degrees per axis give me the flexibility to create a variety of exercises for my patients. No need to worry about the heavy weight of a patient, it has been designed for and the guardrail is adjustable in height to secure the big and the small! 3 words to characterize it: intuitive, fluidity and possibilities. The patients were all delighted with these first sessions and the variability of work that this Motion VR allows. So yes, we expected it, and yes, we are happy with the result. It’s met the challenge, and to be quite honest, even better than we expected. Well done!

François-Noël Regazzacci

Physical Therapist, Regazzacci Physical and Balance Therapy Clinic at Ajaccio in Corsica, France specialized in Vestibular Rehabilitation and balance disorders for nearly 25 years.
Patient on MotionVR dynamic posturography and rehabilitation platform
It is thanks to the support of the South PACA region and the European funds (FEADER) that the Athena centre was able to submit a LEADER subsidy file allowing it to invest in equipment and furniture to launch the project of a multi-professional practice in Laragne-Montéglin. During the search for rehabilitation equipment, the desire was to find the latest, but especially innovative equipment. During different congresses, I had the opportunity to see and try the equipment proposed by Virtualis. At first, I discovered virtual reality and very quickly I became interested in their platform in development. I followed from afar, the evolution of their software, virtual reality hardware and especially this platform that questioned me compared to what already existed. After several months of research and especially contacts with the Virtualis team, my choice was quickly made. I would work with them and above all, I would acquire the "MotionVR". In theory, its capabilities would completely change my way of working and I hoped that it would bring me a plus in my care. Well, the "MotionVR" has arrived and is operational. It is a joy! Both in its use and in its capabilities. Assessments, rehabilitation, everything is there! An incredible precision. I can't yet exploit its full potential. But the results are already there! I use Virtualis' virtual reality tools for patients with balance disorders, for fall prevention. With the "MotionVR" platform, I now do posturology and I can quantify the support surfaces before and after postural reprogramming. My patients are delighted, feel the evolution and even ask to work on it. It is adaptable for everyone, children, adults, elderly people, patients with neurological disorders, ... And the best part is the Virtualis team, always available, weekly updates, listening to our questions and proposals, always there to help us and to make the equipment evolve. The best! So a big thank you for what you will bring to my patients, to my practice and to all those who will have the opportunity to use it.

Olivier Brisse

Physiotherapist - Athena Center in Laragne-Montéglin (05) - France
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

Neurologist, Belgium
wheelchair man virtualis helmet vr
Using Virtualis virtual reality software on a daily basis and for more than 6 months, my exercise is greatly facilitated, both by the simplicity of the interfaces and the multiple choices applications allowing a good adaptation to the very diverse complaints of dependency visual like motion sickness. The results obtained are surprising, in terms of speed of appearance as in stability. In addition, and this is a great asset, the development team is quickly responsive and resourceful.

O. Dumas

Physiotherapist, Lyon
I think, the device is phenomenal and we've completely integrated it into our Rehabilitation protocols... I have several stroke patients with severe problems... of hemiparesis, especially in the upper limb. So we used the therapy mirror and head/eye coordination exercises for them. We even have patients constantly jostling to work with them. 

Mike Strakal

2 Assessment & Rehabilitation Centers in Oklahoma, USA
Since the acquisition of the platform/virtual reality pair, we have been able to carry out the following projects our clinical and rehabilitation assessments on one affordable system instead of several more expensive systems. Balance, Orthopedics, Geriatrics, Post-Oncology, Motion Sickness, Neurology, Disorders Cognitive... the scope hasn't found its limits yet. 

JM. Vitiello

Physiotherapist, Centre de Réhabilitation du Château de Colpach, Luxembourg - Beta tester of the Computerized Dynamic Posturography & Rehabilitation Motion Simulator, MotionVR, since June 2019
70-year-old patient operated on hip virtualis vr
Patient feedback is rewarding due to the novelty of the system and the effectiveness of the exercises. proposed. The different optokinetic stimulation modules allow you to vary the exercises. The CinétoRV software promises new treatment for patients suffering from heightsickness and transportation. Finally, the measurement of the different verticals is easy and quick to use. The Timothee /Franck team works wonderfully.

P. Combalbert

Physiotherapist, Marseille, France
It's interesting, it will allow you to work a lot of things ... the fact that you can work some things compared to classical Optokinetics, notably "Optical Flow" which is still very Interesting. These are things we didn't have before... this "troubled" side of it that we're going to have compared to the VR... we really have extra components there, that will add to the difficulties and provide further guidance.

P. Fouillen

Physiotherapist, Vannes, France
Interview conducted after the test of the Computerized Dynamic Posturography & Rehabilitation Motion Simulator, MotionVR
Optokinetic stimulation facilitating the effective engagement of the optokinetic reflex by the total field and the immediate feeling of the vection. Finally, an evaluation of the static VSL and dynamics easy and quick to integrate into all our balance sheets. Optical flow is the visual stimulation that was missing from the therapeutic arsenal of vestibular physiotherapy. A real highway simulation for Put the patient back in a real situation and in total immersion. The sway referenced available for the CTSIB (Clinical Test of Sensory Interaction and Balance) while waiting for a controlled platform. A complete pack for all forms of neurosensory disorganizations: ask for it. conflict and you will have the right visual and sound stimulation.

D. Gerbaulet

Physiotherapist and Co-Founder of the French Vestibular Society, Toulouse, France
MotionVR is truly Computerized Dynamic Posturography (CDP) and motion simulator for all planes of motion and above all, it is the responsiveness of the force plate to easily switch from smooth to unpredictable movements. (...) what it provides for my patients care is first, that it is FUN for all age groups, for quick transition from easy and basic treatment to very complex and challenging rehab for younger, athletic and fit patients. (...) It also enables to shorten the number of sessions. (...) I would say: PRACTICAL TO USE, both for the therapist and for the patient. ECOLOGY, because we are going to get as close as possible to reality by immersion and by the platform's own movements or the platform's servo-control and finally : DESIGN, which is a little extra for the practice, which the patient is always sensitive to...

Dominique Gerbaulet

Physiotherapist, Toulouse, France
Virtual reality and post-oncology rehabilitation
At the Colpach Castle Rehabilitation Centre, we use the virtual reality/MotionVR platform in the treatment of patients hospitalised in post-oncology rehabilitation. In the context of neuro-peripheral damage resulting from chemotherapy, we use mirror therapy. This makes it easier to recover the mobility of the affected limb and reduces the pain perceived by the patient. MotionVR encourages the recovery of support and balance by allowing the different sensory inputs to be coupled without creating conflicts. Virtual Reality also allows our patients to fully immerse themselves in a session. They benefit from a "decorporalisation" and can thus more easily overcome their kinesiophobia. For example, a person who has had a mastectomy will forget the tensions and retractions caused by the operation. Another may try to straighten up after a stoma. We discover the benefits of this technique as we work with them. The main thing to remember at the moment is the satisfaction of our patients with their progress.

François PHILIPPE

Physiotherapist - Post-oncology rehabilitation Centre de Réhabilitation du Château de Colpach, Croix-Rouge Luxembourgeoise
MotionVR, Computerized Dynamic Posturography and Rehab Motion Simulator
While the health crisis has put the whole world on pause for a year now, we had the privilege of receiving the first Motion VR, If there's one word you can put aside when trying this force plate, it's the word "disappointment".
First of all, it has a modern, unique, even futuristic design that makes you think of a (luxury) sports car with all the options, and it has many options!
The start-up is fast, the access is easy for the patient and the use of the software is intuitive.
The "MotionVR" works with or without virtual reality. There are several programs and associated assessments (SOT...), but the force plate itself allows us to move the plate on 5 axis (including the vertical axis) in 10 directions. We can setup the speed, the duration of a stationary position, the pause etc... The customization options and the ability to program the platform up to 12 degrees per axis give me the flexibility to create a variety of exercises for my patients. No need to worry about the heavy weight of a patient, it has been designed for and the guardrail is adjustable in height to secure the big and the small! 3 words to characterize it: intuitive, fluidity and possibilities. The patients were all delighted with these first sessions and the variability of work that this Motion VR allows. So yes, we expected it, and yes, we are happy with the result. It’s met the challenge, and to be quite honest, even better than we expected. Well done!

François-Noël Regazzacci

Physical Therapist, Regazzacci Physical and Balance Therapy Clinic at Ajaccio in Corsica, France specialized in Vestibular Rehabilitation and balance disorders for nearly 25 years.
Patient on MotionVR dynamic posturography and rehabilitation platform
It is thanks to the support of the South PACA region and the European funds (FEADER) that the Athena centre was able to submit a LEADER subsidy file allowing it to invest in equipment and furniture to launch the project of a multi-professional practice in Laragne-Montéglin. During the search for rehabilitation equipment, the desire was to find the latest, but especially innovative equipment. During different congresses, I had the opportunity to see and try the equipment proposed by Virtualis. At first, I discovered virtual reality and very quickly I became interested in their platform in development. I followed from afar, the evolution of their software, virtual reality hardware and especially this platform that questioned me compared to what already existed. After several months of research and especially contacts with the Virtualis team, my choice was quickly made. I would work with them and above all, I would acquire the "MotionVR". In theory, its capabilities would completely change my way of working and I hoped that it would bring me a plus in my care. Well, the "MotionVR" has arrived and is operational. It is a joy! Both in its use and in its capabilities. Assessments, rehabilitation, everything is there! An incredible precision. I can't yet exploit its full potential. But the results are already there! I use Virtualis' virtual reality tools for patients with balance disorders, for fall prevention. With the "MotionVR" platform, I now do posturology and I can quantify the support surfaces before and after postural reprogramming. My patients are delighted, feel the evolution and even ask to work on it. It is adaptable for everyone, children, adults, elderly people, patients with neurological disorders, ... And the best part is the Virtualis team, always available, weekly updates, listening to our questions and proposals, always there to help us and to make the equipment evolve. The best! So a big thank you for what you will bring to my patients, to my practice and to all those who will have the opportunity to use it.

Olivier Brisse

Physiotherapist - Athena Center in Laragne-Montéglin (05) - France
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

Neurologist, Belgium
wheelchair man virtualis helmet vr
Using Virtualis virtual reality software on a daily basis and for more than 6 months, my exercise is greatly facilitated, both by the simplicity of the interfaces and the multiple choices applications allowing a good adaptation to the very diverse complaints of dependency visual like motion sickness. The results obtained are surprising, in terms of speed of appearance as in stability. In addition, and this is a great asset, the development team is quickly responsive and resourceful.

O. Dumas

Physiotherapist, Lyon
I think, the device is phenomenal and we've completely integrated it into our Rehabilitation protocols... I have several stroke patients with severe problems... of hemiparesis, especially in the upper limb. So we used the therapy mirror and head/eye coordination exercises for them. We even have patients constantly jostling to work with them. 

Mike Strakal

2 Assessment & Rehabilitation Centers in Oklahoma, USA
Since the acquisition of the platform/virtual reality pair, we have been able to carry out the following projects our clinical and rehabilitation assessments on one affordable system instead of several more expensive systems. Balance, Orthopedics, Geriatrics, Post-Oncology, Motion Sickness, Neurology, Disorders Cognitive... the scope hasn't found its limits yet. 

JM. Vitiello

Physiotherapist, Centre de Réhabilitation du Château de Colpach, Luxembourg - Beta tester of the Computerized Dynamic Posturography & Rehabilitation Motion Simulator, MotionVR, since June 2019
70-year-old patient operated on hip virtualis vr
Patient feedback is rewarding due to the novelty of the system and the effectiveness of the exercises. proposed. The different optokinetic stimulation modules allow you to vary the exercises. The CinétoRV software promises new treatment for patients suffering from heightsickness and transportation. Finally, the measurement of the different verticals is easy and quick to use. The Timothee /Franck team works wonderfully.

P. Combalbert

Physiotherapist, Marseille, France
It's interesting, it will allow you to work a lot of things ... the fact that you can work some things compared to classical Optokinetics, notably "Optical Flow" which is still very Interesting. These are things we didn't have before... this "troubled" side of it that we're going to have compared to the VR... we really have extra components there, that will add to the difficulties and provide further guidance.

P. Fouillen

Physiotherapist, Vannes, France
Interview conducted after the test of the Computerized Dynamic Posturography & Rehabilitation Motion Simulator, MotionVR
Optokinetic stimulation facilitating the effective engagement of the optokinetic reflex by the total field and the immediate feeling of the vection. Finally, an evaluation of the static VSL and dynamics easy and quick to integrate into all our balance sheets. Optical flow is the visual stimulation that was missing from the therapeutic arsenal of vestibular physiotherapy. A real highway simulation for Put the patient back in a real situation and in total immersion. The sway referenced available for the CTSIB (Clinical Test of Sensory Interaction and Balance) while waiting for a controlled platform. A complete pack for all forms of neurosensory disorganizations: ask for it. conflict and you will have the right visual and sound stimulation.

D. Gerbaulet

Physiotherapist and Co-Founder of the French Vestibular Society, Toulouse, France
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