VANCOUVER, British Columbia
- Feb. 10, 2021
-- Virtual reality is growing in popularity in the healthcare space. VR could help patients not just with physical rehab but also with psychological support for those who have overcome COVID-19. These patients have a potential risk for physical, psychological and cognitive impairment as they continue to have symptoms even after the infection is gone.
Moreover, traditional treatments do not account for the additional emotional and societal side-effects of this particular crisis, such as social distancing, limitation of family members' visits and consultations by primary caregivers.
Re-Hub Therapy Corp. offers an extensive range of rehabilitation exercises at a distance, accurately quantifying the progress of the patient with scores and metrics over time. Anxiety disorders and other conditions that might benefit from relaxation, mindfulness, progressive relaxation or breathing exercises may be treated using VR.
About Re-Hub Therapy Corp.: A break-through innovative technology that combines computer hardware and software to track a person's movement, allowing them to engage in therapeutic activities through contactless methods using virtual reality. (https://re-hub.online/