What is Virtual Reality Training?

Virtual reality is a new technology that simulates a three-dimensional virtual world on a computer/ Screen and enables the generation of visual, audio, and haptic feedback for the full immersion of users.

It can improve balance dysfunction in patients with neurological diseases. When patients perform virtual reality training, the prefrontal, parietal cortical areas and other motor cortical networks are activated. These activations may be involved in the reconstruction of neurons in the cerebral cortex.

Growing evidence from clinical studies reveals that virtual reality training improves the neurological function of patients with

  • Spinal cord injury
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Autism
  • Other neurological impairments

We at XCELL PHYSIOCARE create a simulated virtual reality environment by using latest X-box 360 to train patient with cognitive impairment, upper and lower limb re-training, thus improving:

  • Spatial Orientation capacity
  • Facilitating cortex to control balance and to increase motion function