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Every month, the Virtualis team organizes webinars or web live demos to show you what Virtual Reality can bring to your practice, how it can enhance your rehabilitation clinic or center and how it can optimize your daily life.

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During these webinars or web live demos, you will discover new software, new functionalities, protocol presentations, testimonials from customers or scientific experts, but also scientific advances in the use of virtual reality in the field of health...

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Something new in ankle rehabilitation! Therapeutic Virtual Reality developed by Health Professionals - All you need to know in only 30 minutes!

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December 20, 2022 12:30 PM

Virtual Reality, VR, according to Virtualis, developed by Health Professionals allows a quantified, precise and diversified management of an ankle. You see many patients with ankle pathologies: sprains, ligamentoplasty, instability... which require a complete management for a good recovery allowing the return to the practice of a sport or simply the resumption of the activities of daily life. The variety of assessments and re-education exercises, connected or not to posturography and re-education platforms (dynamic or static), the objectives to be reached by the patient, the playful side and the better management of Kinesiophobia make patients more active and more motivated in their re-education. The distribution of supports, the stability in unipodal support, the limits of stability... are first the object of a precise assessment. Various exercises will then follow with precise and real time modification of the parameters: proprioception, reinforcement of unipodal stability, muscular reinforcement, recovery of articular amplitudes, motor coordination... Register for a 30-minute webinar to understand how VR will allow you to optimize the management of your patients suffering from ankle pathologies!

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Virtual Reality Therapy, an asset for the rehabilitation and performance of the athlete - All you need to know in only 30 minutes!

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November 18, 2022 13:30

Why is Virtual Reality, VR, developed by Health Professionals, becoming a real asset in the management of athletes ? Immersive VR according to Virtualis makes it possible to quantify the athlete's rehabilitation and optimize his or her recovery for a return to practice. The variety of assessments and rehabilitation exercises, the objectives to be reached by the patient, the playful side and the better management of kinesiophobia make patients more active and more motivated in their rehabilitation. Whatever the sport and whether the patient is a professional or a "recreational athlete", the precise and real-time modification of the VR parameters will allow the patient to work on proprioception, unipodal stability, muscle strengthening, recovery of joint amplitudes, motor coordination, etc. Register for a 30-minute webinar to understand how VR will allow you to optimize the management of your sports patients (and not only!).

Optimize the management of retractile capsulitis and kinesiophobia with Therapeutic Virtual Reality - Everything you need to know in just 30 minutes!

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October 18, 2022 12:30 PM

Do you regularly see patients with Retractile Capsulitis or "Frozen Shoulder"? The Kinesiophobia that frequently results from this makes the management of these patients more complex. And the type of exercises that we can propose today can be limited, quite repetitive and difficult to quantify. Today, Virtual Reality (VR), a therapeutic tool developed by health professionals according to Virtualis, is precisely a complementary tool that allows us to respond to all these problems. With VR, you will be able to propose an adapted rehabilitation, varied exercises and to bring the quantification of the results of all the sessions. The fully adjustable parameters ensure that the patient's session is in perfect harmony with the patient's means at the moment "T" and the therapeutic objectives. As testified by Benoit Faucher, physiotherapist, equipped with Virtualis solutions "I have a patient (...) who found herself with retractile capsulitis ... and gradually (Editor's note: using Virtualis VR) we gained mobility, we gained on pain, we went further and further, and on this patient in 1 month, we recovered what we had lost". Register for a 30-minute webinar to understand how this complementary care offering will optimize your practice in the management of Retractile Capsulitis (and not only!), winner of the Rééduca Innov Competition in 2021, 2018 and 2016.

Progressive and Quantified Upper Extremity Rehabilitation with Therapeutic Virtual Reality - 60 min to understand how

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22 July, 2022 12:30

Did you know that Virtual Reality, VR, could have a therapeutic objective and be used for the treatment of the Upper Limbs in physiotherapy, such as the shoulder for example? In the case of rehabilitation following shoulder surgery, the HAS recommendations vary according to the progress of the treatment, but we find recurrently: passive and active evaluation of joint amplitudes, free active muscle rehabilitation against gravity without associated mechanical resistance, global work and bimanual functional requests. VR therapy according to Virtualis is precisely a complementary tool that allows us to respond to all these problems thanks to the technology embedded in the equipment and which also offers adapted and quantified rehabilitation. With VR, you will be able to offer adapted rehabilitation and quantify the results of all the sessions without weighing down your work since a Patient Management interface takes care of the systematic recording of data and the export of assessments. The fully adjustable parameters ensure that the patient's session is perfectly in line with the patient's means at the time and the therapeutic objectives. Knowing that the latter can change during a session according to the fatigue or the evolution of a pain, you will be able to adapt the session in real time without having to cut off the immersion in VR. You can also choose to work only on shoulder amplitudes, precision of movement, bimanual coordination, speed of movement in space, reaction time, endurance... or several of these parameters simultaneously. In the justification of the treatment and the follow-up of the sessions, you will be able to answer the following questions in a simple and quantified way: is the movement more ample, more precise? Does the patient gain in strength, endurance, speed, precision? Register for a 60-minute webinar to understand how this complementary care offer will optimise your practice in the management of upper limbs (and not only!), winner of the Rééduca Innov Competition in 2021, 2018 and 2016.

Rapid assessment of a painful spine and acceleration of movement recovery with therapeutic virtual reality - 60 min to understand how

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24 May, 2022 12:30

Pain is the primary cause of consultation for spinal disorders. And we all know the expression: "the right treatment is movement", hence the importance of getting the patient back into movement. Virtualis is a company founded by a physiotherapist and which has been developing Virtual Reality (VR) assessments and rehabilitation exercises since 2015, using an internal team of physiotherapists and occupational therapists. Therapeutic VR has become a complementary care offer, particularly for the treatment of the spine in the 3 levels: Evaluation of amplitudes and pain thresholds / Recording of quantitative parameters of amplitude and speed of movement / Comparison of data using graphic exports or raw data / Exercises for stabilising the spine or working on mobility that can be segmented or integrated into functional gestures / Various environments, Environments conducive to diverting the patient's attention (to combat kinesiophobia) / Progressive and quantified repetition of movements (amplitude and speed) / Precise and real-time adjustment of work criteria (speed, amplitude, etc.).). Boost and quantify your Rehabilitation with the VR Therapeutic designed by Health Professionals, a real therapeutic innovation recognized, winner of the Rééduca Innov Competition in 2021, 2018 and 2016. Register to the webinar on May 24th from 12:30 to 1:30 pm to understand why this complementary care offer will optimize your practice in the management of a painful spine (and not only), directed by Franck Assaban, MKDE, Founder and President of Virtualis. [1] HAS. Management of the patient with common low back pain. Haute Autorité de Santé. 2019. [2] Virtual immersive gaming to optimize recovery (VIGOR) in low back pain: A phase II randomized controlled trial. Christopher R. France and James S. Thomas. Contemp Clin Trials. 2018 Jun; 69: 83-91. Published online 2018 May 3. doi: 10.1016/j.cct.2018.05.001 [3] Is Virtual Reality Effective in Orthopedic Rehabilitation? A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Phys Ther. 2019 Oct 28;99(10):1304-1325. doi: 10.1093/ptj/pzz093. Mohammed Gumaa 1, Aliaa Rehan Youssef 2 PMID: 31343702 DOI: 10.1093/ptj/pzz093 [4] Hoffman, H. G., Richards, T. L., Coda, B., Bills, A. R., Blough, D., Richards, A. L., and Sharar, S. R. (2004). Modulation of thermal pain-related brain activity with virtual reality: evidence from fMRI. Neuroreport, 15(8), 1245-1248.

Virtual Reality Therapy is also becoming a real asset in Occupational Therapy - 60 min to understand why

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29 April, 2022 12:30

"Another advantage is that we can adapt the exercises and their difficulty in real time to the problems and abilities of each individual," says Noémie Muller, an occupational therapist at Freyming-Merlebach Hospital, who is equipped with Virtualis' Virtual Reality (VR) solutions. "This allows us to vary the way we treat patients, to work differently, with innovative tools. Just as in physiotherapy, VR opens up complementary perspectives for occupational therapists in rehabilitation: balance, locomotor apparatus, pain, upper/inf limbs, spine, neurology, cognition... can be worked on and facilitate the return to the activities of daily life of patients. Virtualis, a company founded by a physiotherapist in 2015, relies on an internal team of physiotherapists and occupational therapists to develop multidisciplinary tools for the care teams of more than 700 SSR Centres, CRFs and practices. Register for a 60 min webinar to understand how this complementary care offer has become an asset also in Occupational Therapy which will be presented by Franz Gayet, Occupational Therapist within Virtualis.

Discover quantified and active rehabilitation of the lower limbs with Therapeutic Virtual Reality - 60 min to understand how

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  • When?

18 March, 2022 12:30

Virtual Reality (VR), developed by therapists, has become a complementary care offer, particularly for the treatment of lower limbs, which makes it possible to carry out quantified assessments and varied, immersive rehabilitation exercises that can be configured in real time. And this technological innovation is attracting more and more interest from scientists and research. Take the example of a patient to be managed following ACL reconstruction: Gokeler et al (2016) explain that patients who had the green light to return to sport following ACL reconstruction had altered movement patterns in the operated knee, resulting in a risk of relapse or injury to the contralateral limb. Rehabilitation with VR improved these patterns, approximating those of healthy subjects. Immersive VR can improve the assessment of return to sport criteria and motor learning rehabilitation to decrease the risk of relapse in post ACL reconstruction patients [1]. The Virtualis VR solutions will enable: Active and quantified proprioception work, support recovery and quantification, strengthening, and joint stability work. Virtualis is a company founded by a physiotherapist who has been developing Virtual Reality (VR) assessments and exercises since 2015, using an internal team of physiotherapists and occupational therapists. Boost and quantify your Rehabilitation with VR Therapeutics designed by Health Professionals, a true therapeutic innovation recognized, winner of the Rééduca Innov Competition in 2021, 2018 and 2016. Register for a 60-minute webinar to understand why this complementary care offer will optimise your practice in the management of lower limbs (and not only), conducted by Franck Assaban, MKDE, Founder and President of Virtualis. [1] Gokeler, Alli; Bisschop, Marsha; Myer, Gregory D.; Benjaminse, Anne; Dijkstra, Pieter U.; van Keeken, Helco G.; van Raay, Jos J. A. M.; Burgerhof, Johannes G. M.; Otten, Egbert (2016). Immersive virtual reality improves movement patterns in patients after ACL reconstruction: implications for enhanced criteria-based return-to-sport rehabilitation. Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy, 24(7), 2280-2286. doi:10.1007/s00167-014-3374-x

A painful spine? Management in the 3 Planes with Virtual Reality Therapy - 60 min to understand how

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  • When?

25 February, 2022 12:30

Pain is the primary cause of consultation for spinal disorders. And we all know the expression: "the right treatment is movement", hence the importance of getting the patient back into movement. Virtualis is a company founded by a physiotherapist and which has been developing Virtual Reality (VR) assessments and rehabilitation exercises since 2015, using an in-house team of physiotherapists and occupational therapists. Therapeutic VR has become a complementary care offer, particularly for the treatment of the spine in the 3 levels: Evaluation of amplitudes and pain thresholds / Recording of quantitative parameters of amplitude and speed of movement / Comparison of data using graphic exports or raw data / Exercises for stabilising the spine or working on mobility that can be segmented or integrated into functional gestures / Various environments, Environments conducive to diverting the patient's attention (to combat kinesiophobia) / Progressive and quantified repetition of movements (amplitude and speed) / Precise adjustment of work criteria (speed, amplitude, etc.) in real time). Boost and quantify your Rehabilitation with the VR Therapeutic designed by Health Professionals, a real therapeutic innovation recognized, winner of the Rééduca Innov Competition in 2021, 2018 and 2016. Ask for the 60 min replay to understand why this complementary care offer will optimize your practice in the management of a painful spine (and not only) directed by Franck Assaban, MKDE, Founder and President of Virtualis. [1] HAS. Management of the patient with common low back pain. Haute Autorité de Santé. 2019. [2] Virtual immersive gaming to optimize recovery (VIGOR) in low back pain: A phase II randomized controlled trial. Christopher R. France and James S. Thomas. Contemp Clin Trials. 2018 Jun; 69: 83-91. Published online 2018 May 3. doi: 10.1016/j.cct.2018.05.001 [3] Is Virtual Reality Effective in Orthopedic Rehabilitation? A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Phys Ther. 2019 Oct 28;99(10):1304-1325. doi: 10.1093/ptj/pzz093. Mohammed Gumaa 1, Aliaa Rehan Youssef 2 PMID: 31343702 DOI: 10.1093/ptj/pzz093 [4] Hoffman, H. G., Richards, T. L., Coda, B., Bills, A. R., Blough, D., Richards, A. L., and Sharar, S. R. (2004). Modulation of thermal pain-related brain activity with virtual reality: evidence from fMRI. Neuroreport, 15(8), 1245-1248.

Energize and Quantify Shoulder Rehabilitation with Therapeutic Virtual Reality - 60 min to understand how

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14 January, 2022 12:30

In Rehabilitation, would the performance be to achieve the same result in less time or a better result in the same time? In the case of rehabilitation following shoulder surgery, the HAS recommendations vary according to the progress of the treatment, but we find recurrently: passive and active evaluation of joint amplitudes, free active muscle rehabilitation against gravity without associated mechanical resistance, global work and bimanual functional requests. Therapeutic virtual reality according to Virtualis is precisely a complementary tool that allows us to respond to all these problems thanks to the technology embedded in the equipment. Thanks to it, the practitioner is able to propose an adapted re-education and to bring the quantification of the results. Register for a 60-minute webinar to understand how this complementary care offer will optimise your practice in the management of upper limbs (and not only!) conducted by Franck Assaban, MKDE, Founder and President of Virtualis, winner of the Rééduca Innov Competition in 2021, 2018 and 2016.

Preventing the risk of falls in elderly patients with Virtual Reality is now possible - 60 minutes to understand how

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26 November, 2021 12:30

Falls among people aged 65 and over living at home or in health care institutions are the cause of significant morbidity and mortality, and thus represent a major public health problem. Approximately 28-35% of people aged 65 and over fall each year, and this proportion rises to 32-42% among those aged 70 and over (Santé Publique France figures 03.03.2017). In the event of walking and/or balance problems, the French National Authority for Health (HAS) recommends prescribing physiotherapy sessions including: static and dynamic postural balance work and strengthening the strength and muscle power of the lower limbs. According to the HAS, these practices must be regular with low to moderate intensity exercises and followed by self-education exercises, between and after the sessions, to prolong the gains in daily life. The Virtual Therapeutic Reality developed by Virtualis becomes a real asset for the management of these patients with Rehabilitation Assessments and exercises to prevent falls and work on the factors that trigger them (musculoskeletal disorders, balance, neurological, physical activity...). The work is done in a progressive manner with real-time adjustment according to the conditions of each patient. This new approach is highly acceptable and older patients are even more motivated by the fun and varied aspect. The result is quick and lasting results. Register for a 60-minute webinar to understand why this complementary care offer will optimize your practice for your elderly patients (and not only) conducted by Franck Assaban, MKDE, Founder and President of Virtualis.

Energize and quantify your Rehabilitation with Therapeutic Virtual Reality designed by Health Professionals - 60 min to understand how

/ Physio appointment

/ Replay

  • When?

29 October, 2021 12:30

Virtualis Virtual Reality Therapy assessments and rehabilitation, a complementary care offer developed by Health Professionals. Since 2015, more than 500 practices in 28 countries have been equipped with Virtualis solutions, making it the world leader in Virtual Reality Rehabilitation. Spine, lower limbs, chronic pain, neurology, balance... can be treated. Come and try MotionVR, the dynamic new generation assessment/rehabilitation platform with a 360° robotic platform connected to Virtual Reality for a unique experience! Virtualis won the Rééduca Innov trophy in 2016 and 2018 and was a finalist in 2017/2019. Note that Virtualis has been shortlisted for the Rééduca Innov 2021 competition for its 360° dynamic assessment and rehabilitation platform, MotionVR, connected to Virtual Reality and developed by a physiotherapist. Move on to active rehabilitation of a post-op knee, an unstable ankle, neck pain... with therapeutic virtual reality. Register for 60 minutes of demos by Franck Assaban, MKDE, Founder and President of Virtualis.

Virtual reality functional rehabilitation according to Virtualis, winner of Rééduca Innov - 60 minutes to understand why

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  • When?

24 September, 2021 12:30

Virtualis Virtual Reality Therapy assessments and rehabilitation, a complementary care offer developed by Health Professionals. Since 2015, more than 500 practices in 28 countries have been equipped with Virtualis solutions, making it the world leader in Virtual Reality Rehabilitation. Spine, lower limbs, chronic pain, neurology, balance... can be treated. Come and try MotionVR, the dynamic new generation assessment/rehabilitation platform with a 360° robotic platform connected to Virtual Reality for a unique experience! Virtualis won the Rééduca Innov trophy in 2016 and 2018 and was a finalist in 2017/2019. Note that Virtualis has been shortlisted for the Rééduca Innov 2021 competition for its 360° dynamic assessment and rehabilitation platform, MotionVR, connected to Virtual Reality and developed by a physiotherapist. Register for 60 minutes of demos by Franck Assaban, MKDE, Founder and President of Virtualis.

Cervicalgia, post ACL, shoulder... to treat? Therapeutic virtual reality, a real complementary care offer - 60 minutes to understand why

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/ Replay

  • When?

16 July, 2021 12:30

"After three weeks of use, it turns out that you save 50% of the rehabilitation time "*. Who has never dreamed of having an all-in-one tool, compact, capable of treating a maximum of pathologies in a fast and durable way: Neurology, Orthopaedics (lower limbs, upper limbs, spine...), Proprioception, Balance, Motion sickness, Sports, Pain management... "the field of application has not yet found any limit", according to Jean Michel Vitiello, Physiotherapist Specialized in Clinical Posturology and Manual Therapy, Luxembourg ? Join us for a real experience... We invite you to a 60 minutes live web demonstration to discover why and how virtual reality will become your real ally in your daily life. Read the full article published in L'INDEPENDANT with the testimony of Dr Touzani, Neurologist at the Francis-Vals Hospital in Port-La Nouvelle

Rapid assessment of a painful spine and acceleration of movement recovery with therapeutic virtual reality - 60 min to understand how

/ Physio appointment

/ Replay

  • When?

24 May, 2022 12:30

Pain is the primary cause of consultation for spinal disorders. And we all know the expression: "the right treatment is movement", hence the importance of getting the patient back into movement. Virtualis is a company founded by a physiotherapist and which has been developing Virtual Reality (VR) assessments and rehabilitation exercises since 2015, using an internal team of physiotherapists and occupational therapists. Therapeutic VR has become a complementary care offer, particularly for the treatment of the spine in the 3 levels: Evaluation of amplitudes and pain thresholds / Recording of quantitative parameters of amplitude and speed of movement / Comparison of data using graphic exports or raw data / Exercises for stabilising the spine or working on mobility that can be segmented or integrated into functional gestures / Various environments, Environments conducive to diverting the patient's attention (to combat kinesiophobia) / Progressive and quantified repetition of movements (amplitude and speed) / Precise and real-time adjustment of work criteria (speed, amplitude, etc.).). Boost and quantify your Rehabilitation with the VR Therapeutic designed by Health Professionals, a real therapeutic innovation recognized, winner of the Rééduca Innov Competition in 2021, 2018 and 2016. Register to the webinar on May 24th from 12:30 to 1:30 pm to understand why this complementary care offer will optimize your practice in the management of a painful spine (and not only), directed by Franck Assaban, MKDE, Founder and President of Virtualis. [1] HAS. Management of the patient with common low back pain. Haute Autorité de Santé. 2019. [2] Virtual immersive gaming to optimize recovery (VIGOR) in low back pain: A phase II randomized controlled trial. Christopher R. France and James S. Thomas. Contemp Clin Trials. 2018 Jun; 69: 83-91. Published online 2018 May 3. doi: 10.1016/j.cct.2018.05.001 [3] Is Virtual Reality Effective in Orthopedic Rehabilitation? A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Phys Ther. 2019 Oct 28;99(10):1304-1325. doi: 10.1093/ptj/pzz093. Mohammed Gumaa 1, Aliaa Rehan Youssef 2 PMID: 31343702 DOI: 10.1093/ptj/pzz093 [4] Hoffman, H. G., Richards, T. L., Coda, B., Bills, A. R., Blough, D., Richards, A. L., and Sharar, S. R. (2004). Modulation of thermal pain-related brain activity with virtual reality: evidence from fMRI. Neuroreport, 15(8), 1245-1248.

Virtual Reality Therapy is also becoming a real asset in Occupational Therapy - 60 min to understand why

/ Physio appointment

/ Replay

  • When?

29 April, 2022 12:30

"Another advantage is that we can adapt the exercises and their difficulty in real time to the problems and abilities of each individual," says Noémie Muller, an occupational therapist at Freyming-Merlebach Hospital, who is equipped with Virtualis' Virtual Reality (VR) solutions. "This allows us to vary the way we treat patients, to work differently, with innovative tools. Just as in physiotherapy, VR opens up complementary perspectives for occupational therapists in rehabilitation: balance, locomotor apparatus, pain, upper/inf limbs, spine, neurology, cognition... can be worked on and facilitate the return to the activities of daily life of patients. Virtualis, a company founded by a physiotherapist in 2015, relies on an internal team of physiotherapists and occupational therapists to develop multidisciplinary tools for the care teams of more than 700 SSR Centres, CRFs and practices. Register for a 60 min webinar to understand how this complementary care offer has become an asset also in Occupational Therapy which will be presented by Franz Gayet, Occupational Therapist within Virtualis.

Discover quantified and active rehabilitation of the lower limbs with Therapeutic Virtual Reality - 60 min to understand how

/ Physio appointment

/ Replay

  • When?

18 March, 2022 12:30

Virtual Reality (VR), developed by therapists, has become a complementary care offer, particularly for the treatment of lower limbs, which makes it possible to carry out quantified assessments and varied, immersive rehabilitation exercises that can be configured in real time. And this technological innovation is attracting more and more interest from scientists and research. Take the example of a patient to be managed following ACL reconstruction: Gokeler et al (2016) explain that patients who had the green light to return to sport following ACL reconstruction had altered movement patterns in the operated knee, resulting in a risk of relapse or injury to the contralateral limb. Rehabilitation with VR improved these patterns, approximating those of healthy subjects. Immersive VR can improve the assessment of return to sport criteria and motor learning rehabilitation to decrease the risk of relapse in post ACL reconstruction patients [1]. The Virtualis VR solutions will enable: Active and quantified proprioception work, support recovery and quantification, strengthening, and joint stability work. Virtualis is a company founded by a physiotherapist who has been developing Virtual Reality (VR) assessments and exercises since 2015, using an internal team of physiotherapists and occupational therapists. Boost and quantify your Rehabilitation with VR Therapeutics designed by Health Professionals, a true therapeutic innovation recognized, winner of the Rééduca Innov Competition in 2021, 2018 and 2016. Register for a 60-minute webinar to understand why this complementary care offer will optimise your practice in the management of lower limbs (and not only), conducted by Franck Assaban, MKDE, Founder and President of Virtualis. [1] Gokeler, Alli; Bisschop, Marsha; Myer, Gregory D.; Benjaminse, Anne; Dijkstra, Pieter U.; van Keeken, Helco G.; van Raay, Jos J. A. M.; Burgerhof, Johannes G. M.; Otten, Egbert (2016). Immersive virtual reality improves movement patterns in patients after ACL reconstruction: implications for enhanced criteria-based return-to-sport rehabilitation. Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy, 24(7), 2280-2286. doi:10.1007/s00167-014-3374-x

A painful spine? Management in the 3 Planes with Virtual Reality Therapy - 60 min to understand how

/ Physio appointment

/ Replay

  • When?

25 February, 2022 12:30

Pain is the primary cause of consultation for spinal disorders. And we all know the expression: "the right treatment is movement", hence the importance of getting the patient back into movement. Virtualis is a company founded by a physiotherapist and which has been developing Virtual Reality (VR) assessments and rehabilitation exercises since 2015, using an in-house team of physiotherapists and occupational therapists. Therapeutic VR has become a complementary care offer, particularly for the treatment of the spine in the 3 levels: Evaluation of amplitudes and pain thresholds / Recording of quantitative parameters of amplitude and speed of movement / Comparison of data using graphic exports or raw data / Exercises for stabilising the spine or working on mobility that can be segmented or integrated into functional gestures / Various environments, Environments conducive to diverting the patient's attention (to combat kinesiophobia) / Progressive and quantified repetition of movements (amplitude and speed) / Precise adjustment of work criteria (speed, amplitude, etc.) in real time). Boost and quantify your Rehabilitation with the VR Therapeutic designed by Health Professionals, a real therapeutic innovation recognized, winner of the Rééduca Innov Competition in 2021, 2018 and 2016. Ask for the 60 min replay to understand why this complementary care offer will optimize your practice in the management of a painful spine (and not only) directed by Franck Assaban, MKDE, Founder and President of Virtualis. [1] HAS. Management of the patient with common low back pain. Haute Autorité de Santé. 2019. [2] Virtual immersive gaming to optimize recovery (VIGOR) in low back pain: A phase II randomized controlled trial. Christopher R. France and James S. Thomas. Contemp Clin Trials. 2018 Jun; 69: 83-91. Published online 2018 May 3. doi: 10.1016/j.cct.2018.05.001 [3] Is Virtual Reality Effective in Orthopedic Rehabilitation? A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Phys Ther. 2019 Oct 28;99(10):1304-1325. doi: 10.1093/ptj/pzz093. Mohammed Gumaa 1, Aliaa Rehan Youssef 2 PMID: 31343702 DOI: 10.1093/ptj/pzz093 [4] Hoffman, H. G., Richards, T. L., Coda, B., Bills, A. R., Blough, D., Richards, A. L., and Sharar, S. R. (2004). Modulation of thermal pain-related brain activity with virtual reality: evidence from fMRI. Neuroreport, 15(8), 1245-1248.

Preventing the risk of falls in elderly patients with Virtual Reality is now possible - 60 minutes to understand how

/ Physio appointment

/ Replay

  • When?

26 November, 2021 12:30

Falls among people aged 65 and over living at home or in health care institutions are the cause of significant morbidity and mortality, and thus represent a major public health problem. Approximately 28-35% of people aged 65 and over fall each year, and this proportion rises to 32-42% among those aged 70 and over (Santé Publique France figures 03.03.2017). In the event of walking and/or balance problems, the French National Authority for Health (HAS) recommends prescribing physiotherapy sessions including: static and dynamic postural balance work and strengthening the strength and muscle power of the lower limbs. According to the HAS, these practices must be regular with low to moderate intensity exercises and followed by self-education exercises, between and after the sessions, to prolong the gains in daily life. The Virtual Therapeutic Reality developed by Virtualis becomes a real asset for the management of these patients with Rehabilitation Assessments and exercises to prevent falls and work on the factors that trigger them (musculoskeletal disorders, balance, neurological, physical activity...). The work is done in a progressive manner with real-time adjustment according to the conditions of each patient. This new approach is highly acceptable and older patients are even more motivated by the fun and varied aspect. The result is quick and lasting results. Register for a 60-minute webinar to understand why this complementary care offer will optimize your practice for your elderly patients (and not only) conducted by Franck Assaban, MKDE, Founder and President of Virtualis.

Energize and quantify your Rehabilitation with Therapeutic Virtual Reality designed by Health Professionals - 60 min to understand how

/ Physio appointment

/ Replay

  • When?

29 October, 2021 12:30

Virtualis Virtual Reality Therapy assessments and rehabilitation, a complementary care offer developed by Health Professionals. Since 2015, more than 500 practices in 28 countries have been equipped with Virtualis solutions, making it the world leader in Virtual Reality Rehabilitation. Spine, lower limbs, chronic pain, neurology, balance... can be treated. Come and try MotionVR, the dynamic new generation assessment/rehabilitation platform with a 360° robotic platform connected to Virtual Reality for a unique experience! Virtualis won the Rééduca Innov trophy in 2016 and 2018 and was a finalist in 2017/2019. Note that Virtualis has been shortlisted for the Rééduca Innov 2021 competition for its 360° dynamic assessment and rehabilitation platform, MotionVR, connected to Virtual Reality and developed by a physiotherapist. Move on to active rehabilitation of a post-op knee, an unstable ankle, neck pain... with therapeutic virtual reality. Register for 60 minutes of demos by Franck Assaban, MKDE, Founder and President of Virtualis.

Virtual reality functional rehabilitation according to Virtualis, winner of Rééduca Innov - 60 minutes to understand why

/ Physio appointment

/ Replay

  • When?

24 September, 2021 12:30

Virtualis Virtual Reality Therapy assessments and rehabilitation, a complementary care offer developed by Health Professionals. Since 2015, more than 500 practices in 28 countries have been equipped with Virtualis solutions, making it the world leader in Virtual Reality Rehabilitation. Spine, lower limbs, chronic pain, neurology, balance... can be treated. Come and try MotionVR, the dynamic new generation assessment/rehabilitation platform with a 360° robotic platform connected to Virtual Reality for a unique experience! Virtualis won the Rééduca Innov trophy in 2016 and 2018 and was a finalist in 2017/2019. Note that Virtualis has been shortlisted for the Rééduca Innov 2021 competition for its 360° dynamic assessment and rehabilitation platform, MotionVR, connected to Virtual Reality and developed by a physiotherapist. Register for 60 minutes of demos by Franck Assaban, MKDE, Founder and President of Virtualis.

Cervicalgia, post ACL, shoulder... to treat? Therapeutic virtual reality, a real complementary care offer - 60 minutes to understand why

/ Physio appointment

/ Replay

  • When?

16 July, 2021 12:30

"After three weeks of use, it turns out that you save 50% of the rehabilitation time "*. Who has never dreamed of having an all-in-one tool, compact, capable of treating a maximum of pathologies in a fast and durable way: Neurology, Orthopaedics (lower limbs, upper limbs, spine...), Proprioception, Balance, Motion sickness, Sports, Pain management... "the field of application has not yet found any limit", according to Jean Michel Vitiello, Physiotherapist Specialized in Clinical Posturology and Manual Therapy, Luxembourg ? Join us for a real experience... We invite you to a 60 minutes live web demonstration to discover why and how virtual reality will become your real ally in your daily life. Read the full article published in L'INDEPENDANT with the testimony of Dr Touzani, Neurologist at the Francis-Vals Hospital in Port-La Nouvelle

Cervicalgia, Kinesiophobia ? Virtual reality therapy according to Virtualis, the relevant multi-sensory solution...

/ Physio appointment

/ Replay

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16 July, 2021 12:30

Cervicalgia, Kinesiophobia in physiotherapy is a real subject. The Cervical Spine, cephalophore, cephalogyre, flexible and dynamic, makes the link between the head and the scapular belt. Virtual Reality Rehabilitation (VR), according to Virtualis, provides an innovative therapeutic approach to pain relief, mobility gain, muscular skills gain (speed, strength, endurance and gestural precision), oculo-cervico-kinetic rehabilitation and proprioception. Virtualis proposes to determine in less than one minute the 6 active articular amplitudes of the patient's cervical spine with the incrementation of the painful zones. For the Functional Rehabilitation of Cervical Pain, VR allows the brain to focus on certain sensory inputs, including sight and hearing. By diverting the patient's attention from the cervical region there will be a strong impact on Kinesiophobia. The patient will be focused on the task at hand and detached from the painful area. We invite you to a 60 minute live web demonstration to discover how Virtual Reality is a relevant asset in the treatment of Cervicalgia, Kinesiophobia and many other applications...

A knee, a post-stroke, chronic pain... to treat? Therapeutic virtual reality, a complementary multi-sensory solution...

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June 18, 2021 12:30 PM

Who has never dreamed of having an all-in-one tool, compact, capable of treating a maximum of pathologies in a quick and durable way: Neurology, Orthopaedics (lower limbs, upper limbs, spine...), Proprioception, Balance, Motion sickness, Sports, Pain management... "the field of application has not yet found any limit", according to Jean Michel Vitiello, Physiotherapist Specialized in Clinical Posturology and Manual Therapy, Luxembourg ? Join us for a real experience... We invite you to a 60 minutes live web demonstration to discover why and how virtual reality will become your real ally in your daily life. Read the full article published in L'INDEPENDANT with the testimony of Dr Touzani, Neurologist at the Francis-Vals Hospital in Port-La Nouvelle

60 minutes to understand how you can save 50% rehabilitation time for your patients?

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With virtual reality according to Virtualis! Who has never dreamed of having an all-in-one, compact tool, capable of treating a maximum of pathologies in a fast and sustainable way: Neurology, Orthopaedics (lower limbs, upper limbs, spine...), Proprioception, Balance, Motion Sickness, Sports, Pain management... "the field of application has not yet found any limit", according to Jean Michel Vitiello, Physiotherapist Specialised in Clinical Posturology and Manual Therapy, Luxembourg? Embark with us for a very real experience... We invite you to a 60-minute live web demonstration to find out why and how virtual reality will become your true ally in your daily life. *Read the full article published in L'INDEPENDANT with the testimony of Dr Touzani, Neurologist at the Francis-Vals Hospital in Port-La-Nouvelle.

60 minutes to discover the platform of Posturography and Dynamic Rehabilitation, designed in France, by a Kinesitherapist.

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During this webinar, you will discover MotionVR, the Posturography and Dynamic Rehabilitation platform developed by Virtualis over 10 years, in collaboration with world experts in Posturography and Movement Sciences and several platform prototype beta testers. Conceived with the will to put the patient back in his function, to get closer to their physiology, MotionVR is among others: 2 XL force platforms with 4 sensors per foot, distribution of the supports (right/left and front/back), controlled and quantifiable movements at 360°, vertical linear translations, antero-posterior and medio-lateral ... MotionVR can be used in Dynamic Posturography (SOT, Limits of Stability, Weight Distribution...) but also Rehabilitation: Lower limbs, Sportsmen, Motion Sickness... dual task work possible. All the immersive rehabilitation programs are performed in virtual reality or without, (compatible with a video projector or a TV, in option). And all this with a minimum space requirement (1.3m diameter) and maintenance close to zero. Don't wait, register now!

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