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The VRRS system produced by the Italian company Khymeia, a leader in functional neurological recovery, is a recovery system using advanced Virtual Reality (VR) technologies, being the most advanced, complex and clinically tested equipment for recovery and tele-recovery available at the moment.

It offers high protocol customization capabilities, full automatic reporting, telerecovery functionality.

VRRS is designed as a “central hub” to which we connect a wide range of specialized peripherals, fully synchronized and integrated with this system, being used as a clinical routine for recovery of a wide range of pathologies through numerous modules containing multiple validated exercises. clinical.

Scientific principles: Augmented feedback, through exercises performed in a virtual environment, allows the development of movement through “knowledge of results” and “knowledge of performance”. Thus, the central nervous system can activate an essential mechanism of “physiological learning”, which involves an increase in movement-specific information to result in an effective increase in performance quality. VRRS contains the largest library of clinically validated exercises available. All exercises were performed using the exact clinical indication of the largest international rehabilitation centers.

Reporting: each patient’s activity is automatically recorded in the system, thus generating a complete and objective report, which can be intuitively consulted by the therapist at any time, with the possibility to view from an effective “resumption” of completed exercises, obtaining as a result the analysis in graphical and numerical format.

All data can be printed or exported in the most common formats. Reporting is integrated into the patient’s medical record. This is a remarkable tool for analysis and assessment, as well as an objective way to monitor patient progress.

Synchronized peripherals and uses:

  • Orthopedic module
  • Upper limb mode
  • Immersive RV module
  • Speech therapy module
  • Phonation mode
  • Cognitive mode