We believe in bringing healthcare research and modern-day technologies together to create the best experience possible for practitioners and patients.
RecoVR is a digital rehabilitation tool for neck and head related injuries, based on scientific research, e-health studies and the use of virtual reality. It connects practitioners with patients and collects valuable data from every exercise.
Today, RecoVR is used in hospitals, private clinics and at the patient’s home. It requires that the user has a compatible VR-headset and a RecoVR licence.
RecoVR lets the patient perform rehabilitation exercises in an interactive and playful environment to work on movement, mobility and mindfulness.
Every exercise is developed together with physiotherapists specialized in whiplash, brain trauma, migraine, and dizziness.
The patient follows different movement patterns visualized in the virtual reality. The result of every rehab exercise is highlighted in the VR and directly sent to the physiotherapist for evaluation.
In this way, the practitioner can follow the process from a distance and collect valuable statistical evidence.
Rehabilitation work with RecoVR comes with many positive aspects and results. The gamification of rehab has improved patient motivation and accelerated the recovery process, as you can push yourself to become better when you see the result after each exercise.
Studies on e-health have shown that patients find it more fun and easier to use VR-rehab than traditional analog rehabilitation.
Curest is a Swedish MedTech company specialized in the field of rehabilitation and physical therapy. We believe in bringing healthcare research and digitalization together to create the best experience possible for practitioners and patients.
Our digi-physical product RecoVR (CE-marked & Class 1 Medical Device Certification), has been developed in close collaboration with experts and researchers from Region Stockholm, Region Västerbotten and Danderyd Hospital.
Multiple studies have shown that virtual reality rehab has a positive effect on the patient progress, as the environment is calm and motivating.