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Cervical spine rehabilitation with virtual reality

The cervical spine rehabilitation is an essential component of physiotherapy for your patients with neck pain, muscular tension, or disorders related to poor posture.


KineQuantum brings you a series of exercises dedicated to improving mobility and functionality in the cervical spine to help you meet the needs of your patients suffering from neck pain or associated complications, such as cervicobrachial neuralgia.


KineQuantum virtual reality treatment devices allow you to perform about twenty different exercises dedicated to cervical kinetic rehabilitation: cervical osteoarthritis, postural cervicalgia, whiplash, etc.

Cervical spine physiotherapy exercises

The rehabilitation exercises offered by KineQuantum effectively target the cervical vertebrae, promoting optimal functional recovery. Whether you're dealing with neck pain or muscle contractures, KineQuantum has the right solution for you.


Create modern and personalized rehabilitation sessions with playful cervical kine exercises. These cervical spine exercises are designed to motivate your patients and rehabilitate them effectively. They are performed in the seated position.

Head mobility on all axes: flexion-extension, rotation and tilt to work on neck movements.

Oculo-cephalogy exercise: work in a situation of oculo-cervical decoupling by dissociating the neck muscles from the eyes.

Work on precision movement in the cervical region.

Active exercises for global kine functional rehabilitation of the cervical spine.

Active axial lengthening of the spinal column.

Proprioceptive work: cervicocephalic repositioning to improve patients' perception of their neck's position in space.

Speed and fluidity of active neck mobility.

Cervical spine physiotherapy assessment.


of physiotherapists who use KineQuantum's cervical spine exercises find them adapted to their needs

Frédérique Hebrard, PT in Le Thor

Frédérique H., physiotherapist, Le Thor

One of my patients had undergone cervical spine surgery and didn't dare move her head. With KineQuantum cervical spine rehabilitation, she found herself turning her head right, left, up, down! I was amazed at what she could do.

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

Study of chronic neck pain using KineQuantum

Zauderer, J., Lefèvre-Colau, M. M., Davoine, É., Hocquart, M., Rannou, F., Roby-Brami, A., Nguyen, C., & Roren, A. (2021). Exercise therapy program using immersive virtual reality for people with non-specific chronic neck pain: A 3-month retrospective open pilot and feasibility study. Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, 65(2), 101527. DOI : 10.1016/

A study was conducted at the Cochin AP-HP hospital in Paris. Its aim was to assess the feasibility of using an immersive virtual reality device for patients suffering from non-specific chronic neck pain (NsCNP).

The KineQuantum device was used. The study showed that KineQuantum was not only feasible, but also reduced pain and improved function.

  • Diagram and participants :
    • Pilot cross-sectional crossover study with 17 chronic neck pain sufferers and 26 asymptomatic people.

    • The rehabilitation program was designed by 3 senior specialists in physical medicine and rehabilitation (PMR) or rheumatology, 1 resident in physical medicine and rehabilitation and 2 physiotherapists experienced in the management of NsCNP.

  • Protocol:

    • 5 supervised rehabilitation sessions (3 hours per session).

    • Each session included active cervical mobility and eye-neck coordination exercises using the KineQuantum therapeutic virtual reality headset, and classic spinal rehabilitation exercises outside virtual reality (physical activities, mobility and muscle strengthening) as well as home rehabilitation exercises.

In chronic cervicalgia patients, the study showed a significant increase in the amplitude of active cervical mobility and a reduction in pain.

The 3 cervical mobilities are significantly increased in chronic cervicalgic people with immersive virtual reality for axial rotations (+12.3°, p=0.04), flexion-extension (+16.3°, p=0.01) and inclinations (+5.6°, p=0.01). 


of pain intensity persisting at +3 months after rehabilitation including KineQuantum (cf. graph).

pain reduction graph

Controlled study of 15 cervicalgia patients with an average of 5 years of chronicity.

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