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 Physiotherapy rehabilitation: 8 key indications for virtual reality

Are you looking to innovate your therapeutic practices? KineQuantum virtual reality software can transform your rehabilitation sessions. Here are the eight main indications for which you can use this kinetic tool.

What is KineQuantum?

Introducing KineQuantum

KineQuantum is a rehabilitation virtual reality software designed specifically for physiotherapists. It offers interactive and immersive sessions to treat various pathologies. But how exactly does it work?

How it works

This software offers a complete range of over 120 exercises. Thanks to sensors and a virtual reality headset, it can simulate a variety of environments to stimulate the patient in a fun and effective way. Offer your patients interactive and immersive sessions;

Indications

Indication 1
Cervical spine rehabilitation

airplane exercise for cervical physiotherapy

Neck pain can be disabling. For cervical pathologies, KineQuantum offers specific exercises to work on head movements on all axes and the proprioception cervical. These exercises are particularly useful for patients suffering from neck pain, for example.

Indication 3
Management of
vestibular disorders

egyptian tunnel exercise in vr for vestibular visual dependence

Visual dependence and other inner ear disorders cause vertigo in your patients. Vestibular exercises are essential for restoring balance. With virtual reality you can simulate environments to challenge and improve patients' balance abilities. 

Indication 5
Thoracolumbar
spine work

virtual reality spaceship exercise for back pain rehabilitation

Low back pain is common in physiotherapy. Patients tend to immobilize to protect themselves. Overcome your fear of movement with virtual reality. KineQuantum offers exercises to strengthen back muscles and improve mobility, while diverting attention from pain.

Indication 7
Lower limb
rehabilitation

vr bubble burst exercise for hip abduction

After knee or hip surgery, rehabilitation is crucial. KineQuantum offers you tailored exercises to help your patients regain mobility and muscle control of the lower limb.

Indication 2
Upper limb
rehabilitation

rhythmic ball exercise shoulder rehabilitation exercise

The management of upper limb pathologies can be complex, particularly when they affect the shoulder. KineQuantum can help you, for example, in the management of capsulitis to restore function of the upper limb and free up your patients' movements.

Indication 4
Improving
postural balance

foot vr exercise for weight transfers

Improving proprioception and stability is crucial for patients with balance disorders. This is particularly true for the elderly. With KineQuantum, it's easy to work on postural destabilization in a safe, progressive environment.

Indication 6
Neurological
rehabilitation

washing-up exercise for VR motor rehabilitation

For neurological conditions such as Parkinson's disease or post-stroke, KineQuantum helps you maintain mobility and improve coordination with a variety of tailored exercises. For example, we offer specific sessions to help your patients relearn activities of daily living.

Indication 8
Relaxation
sessions

vr relaxation wellness exercise in the forest

Some patients can be tense and hard to handle. Virtual reality can also be used for relaxation and stress management sessions. Immersive environments help reduce anxiety and promote mental well-being. KineQuantum helps you bring more relaxation.

93%

of physiotherapists equipped with KineQuantum's therapeutic virtual reality headset find the right exercises for their physiotherapy sessions.

Satisfaction surveys conducted among physiotherapists equipped with the KineQuantum virtual reality headset between January 2022 and March 2024. Results obtained from 122 respondents.

Your physiotherapist's assistant for your therapeutic needs

With KineQuantum therapeutic software, you can manage a wide range of rheumatological, orthopedic, traumatological, neurological and vestibular pathologies.

Rumathology

  • Rehabilitation of the lumbar spine: low back pain, sciatica, herniated discs, scoliosis.

  • Cervical spine: acute and chronic neck pain.

  • Geriatrics: general indications in geriatrics, combating loss of autonomy in the elderly.

  • Arthroses: lumbar osteoarthritis, cervical osteoarthritis, hip osteoarthritis (coxarthrosis), knee osteoarthritis (gonarthrosis), patellofemoral osteoarthritis.

Orthopedics and traumatology

  • Fractures: whiplash, cervical and thoracolumbar spine, scapula, forearm fracture, hip, pelvis, femur, knee, ankle.

  • Shoulder: rehabilitation of operated and non-operated shoulder, rotator cuff rupture, retractile capsulitis.

  • Sprains: shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, knee, ankle.

  • Tendonitis: shoulder, ankle, long biceps, etc.

Neurology

  • Patients with neurodegenerative pathologies: multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, etc.

  • Neurological and cognitive disorders (cognitive stimulation).

  • Rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system.

  • Neuromuscular pathologies.

  • After a stroke, virtual reality is recommended by the French National Authority for Health (HAS) to improve upper and lower limb movement.

Inner ear disorders

  • Cinetosis and motion sickness: seasickness (naupathia), highway syndrome.

  • Vestibular vertigo, vestibular deficits, vestibular neuritis, pppd.

  • Scrolling syndrome and vestibular omission.

  • Visual dependence: rehabilitation exercises.

  • Dynamic visual acuity (DVA).

  • Phobias: agoraphobia, acrophobia, anxiety-provoking situations.

KineQuantum is an indispensable tool for modernizing your physiotherapy practices. By integrating virtual reality, you can offer your patients more motivating and effective sessions, while optimizing rehabilitation results.

 

Schedule a telephone appointment with your local therapeutic virtual reality expert to draw up a quote and know the rates and the price of virtual reality kinesitherapy equipment KineQuantum.

Discover also how therapeutic virtual reality can help you to perform your check-ups.

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