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How does exercise work in KineQuantum?

Find out more about KineQuantum's virtual reality rehabilitation exercises.

To this end, let's take the kine exercise "Cannonballs", which is a perfect example of our innovative approach to rehabilitation. This active rehabilitation exercise is designed to improve lumbar rotations by immersing the patient in a playful scenario where they must defend an island against pirate ships.

Introducing KineQuantum

KineQuantum is an innovative solution that revolutionizes physiotherapy rehabilitation through interactive and immersive exercises. By integrating the concept of games and virtual reality into sessions, KineQuantum makes exercises more engaging for patients, while enabling physiotherapists to rehabilitate effectively.

Interactive exercises for physiotherapists

Interactive exercises offer numerous benefits for both patients and healthcare professionals. They increase patient motivation, improve adherence to rehabilitation programs, and provide valuable data.

Description of exercise "Cannonballs"

seated woman with virtual reality headset and controllers rotating her lumbar spine

Exercise objective

The main aim of the "Cannonball" exercise is to work on the patient's lumbar rotations, while providing a fun and stimulating environment.

Game scenario

In this exercise, the patient is immersed in a virtual environment and defends an island attacked by pirate ships. The patient must use his or her lumbar rotation skills to load and fire the cannons, thus repelling the pirates. It's a fun way to perform repetitive, large-amplitude movements.

Detailed exercise sequence

two hands in virtual reality take a red cannonball

1. Cannonball grasp: The patient grasps a cannonball with both hands. He must rotate to load the different-colored cannons to his left and right.

2 virtual reality hands put a red cannonball in a barrel

2. Rotating and loading the barrel:The patient begins by grasping a one-color cannonball with both hands. He then rotates to load a cannon located at his side. If the movement is executed correctly, the cannon fires at the pirate ship and the patient scores points.

a virtual reality cannon fires a cannonball into the sea
a pirate ship on the sea is hit by a cannonball

3. Progression: The patient refocuses and then picks up another cannonball in front of him, rotating in the transverse plane to load another cannon on the correct side. The more successful he is, the greater the amplitude of rotation required to reach the cannons, thus stimulating progression.

Benefits of KineQuantum

Educational instructions displayed in virtual reality

Initial position recall

At the start of each exercise, a position reminder is performed to ensure that the patient is correctly positioned.

Simple tutorial

When the exercise starts, a short tutorial simply explains to the patient the purpose of the video game.

A red message in virtual reality explains how to correct the movement

Biofeedbacks in real time

If the patient compensates incorrectly, the ball falls out and the rotation has to be repeated. This enables immediate correction of movements, ensuring effective re-education. What's more, visual indications help him in the event of a problem, so you need to intervene as little as possible.

Parameter adjustment and real-time graphics

Exercise parameters, such as duration and amplitude of rotation, can be adjusted in real time to suit the patient's abilities. Each exercise session generates real-time graphs of the movements performed, making it easy to track the patient's movements.

Progress monitoring

  • Recorded patient score: Each exercise session records the patient's score, making it easy to track progress. A medallion indicates whether this is the patient's best score.

  • Session report: after each session, the graph of movements performed during the exercise and the parameters chosen can be viewed.

With KineQuantum, immerse your patients in an interactive and stimulating environment. Enjoy more engaging and motivating exercises. Adjust the parameters of each exercise in real time to the specific needs of each patient.


KineQuantum and its "Cannonballs" exercise demonstrate how technology can transform physical therapy rehabilitation. By making exercises fun and interactive, patients are more motivated and physiotherapists have effective tools for monitoring and adjusting treatments.

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