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Balance rehabilitation with virtual reality

Virtual reality opens up new perspectives in rehabilitation, particularly for balance disorders. Balance is a crucial issue, particularly for patients suffering from balance and gait disorders. Physical therapy is therefore essential to prevent the risk of injury associated with loss of balance.


At KineQuantum, we use virtual reality to bring you innovative physiotherapy sessions. They help improve static and dynamic balance in a fun and effective way.


Our therapeutic virtual reality device offers many different exercises, specially designed for balance training. Unlike standardized exercises, KineQuantum offers specific innovations to maximize the effectiveness of rehabilitation sessions.

Postural physiotherapy balance exercises

KineQuantum's virtual reality rehabilitation exercises are varied and target several aspects of balance. For example, in the kinetic balance assessment, the eyes-closed balance test assesses the patient's stability. Unipodal balance and unipodal station exercises help to reinforce stability in unstable positions.


These exercises are important for patients with Parkinson's disease or age-related loss of balance.

Work on static balance with a dynamic environment: work on stability by inducing visual disturbance for loss of balance.

Work on dynamic posture with or without visual destabilization: dynamic balance exercises with or without a moving environment.

Unipodal work with or without action and with or without visual disturbance: unipodal station with or without body movements required of the patient.

Proprioceptive balance work to help patients with proprioceptive disorders maintain their balance.

Working on lateral weight transfers to avoid the risk of falling when the patient's body position changes.

Geriatrics and balance: games for the elderly to stimulate parachute reactions and help maintain balance, thus reducing the risk of falling.

Suitable for neurological pathologies: exercises adapted to patients suffering from neurological disorders to improve coordination and reinforce stability.

Postural balance assessment: closed-eye and open-eye balance tests inspired by the Romberg test.

The virtual reality headset KineQuantum simulates varied and engaging environments, making balance exercises more motivating for patients.


The aim is to help patients develop parachute responses in a secure virtual rehabilitation environment. These are the body's automatic responses to prevent falls.


Body and head movements are tracked. This allows you to adjust exercises in real time to the specific needs of each patient.


of physiotherapists equipped find KineQuantum balance exercises suited to their needs

S. Fardjad, Doctor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Head of the Rachis Unit at Henri Mondor Hospital in Creteil, France

Dr. Fardjad, Head of the Spinal Column Department at Henri-Mondor Hospital

The entertaining aspect of KineQuantum immediately revealed its potential for treating balance disorders. The hospital's patients embarked on their rehabilitation journey with motivation.

Source: satisfaction survey carried out among 122 therapists equipped with KineQuantum between 2022 and March 2024.

Unipodal or bipodal balance exercises work on postural stability in both standing and seated positions. With KineQuantum, offers comprehensive management of balance disorders. Our therapeutic video games are designed to help your patients improve their balance and posture.


By integrating virtual reality into your rehabilitation sessions, help improve your patients' balance in their daily lives. Also discover vestibular exercises from KineQuantum.


Book an appointment to try out KineQuantum's postural kinetics exercises and immersive approach in your practice.

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