I think Corpus VR or VR devices are the future. Because it offers a lot of opportunities. You can measure a range of motion for example,
or you can measure all kinds of movements in the cervical spine. On the other hand, you can play all kinds
of games and you can manipulate the games and you can re-evaluate again.
So there are a lot of opportunities within VR. Especially with the mobile devices it’s very easy to use them on several locations during the day. So we can use them in a very acute phase,
but also in a sub-acute phase. And eventually it’s our goal to use them
in a home based situation. I think VR is a very nice tool in physical therapy for patients with cervical problems It’s very useful for us as therapists to measure progression. It’s also very nice to see that people relax and are having more fun in exercising than they have with old-fashioned therapy. That’s the main reason. What’s the main reason that I believe in Corpus VR? One word, engagement! The easier it is for a practitioner to engage with the software the more likely he is to use it continually. The more easy it is for the patient to engage
with the software The more often the patient is going to use it,
and get the results that he’s looking for. Corpus VR makes it much easier for me to do certain exercises. Like mindfulness exercises. After the Corpus VR treatments,
I feel much more relaxed. My neck and my shoulders feel much more flexible as well.