BOSTON, July 26, 2021 / PRNewswire / – XRHealth, a leader in therapeutic and extended reality applications, announced today that it is working with Reducept to expand its offering to virtual reality therapy patients for the treatment of pain. Virtual reality technology provides exercises that train people with chronic pain on how to control pain, potentially reducing the need for medication.
The XRHealth and Reducept partnership was designed for people suffering from chronic chronic pain. The VR Reducept game empowers users ’brains to create their own pain medication through a digital psychological pain treatment. The pain control app provides immersive visual travel and education through gamified narration. The app also offers specific behavioral experiments and applies evidence-based techniques from acceptance and commitment therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy through 3D virtualization of the body.
He CDC reports that more than 20% of American adults suffer from chronic pain and 7.4% experience high-impact chronic pain. The XRHealth and Reducept collaboration aims to help many people regain control of their lives. Reducept empowers the brain to deal with pain differently by combining scientific insights into pain education, psychology, and digital therapy, and teaches users about pain, how it affects their body, and provides practical tools to apply to everyday life. Reducept is an award-winning software that has won the United Nations World Summit Award, the Accenture Healthtech Innovation Challenge Award 2019, the International Serious Play Awards 2019 and the Game Bakery Awards: Best Serious Game 2020. Today, Reducept has helped more than 2,500 patients to learn more about their pain and get better control of their lives.
“We would like to provide people with pain with a pleasant, satisfying and sustainable pain treatment. The best thing about Reducept is that it combines several clinically proven patient-centered techniques to reduce the negative impact of pain on quality of life. happy to join XRHealth to make Reducept treatment accessible on their platform, ”says Margryt Fennema, CEO of Reducept.
XRHealth provides remote care to patients worldwide with a variety of conditions, including pain management, and is covered by most major health insurance companies and Medicare. One of the unique features provided by virtual reality therapy is that users can use the therapy from the comfort of their home, while health and data progress is shared with their doctors in real time so that medical providers can adjust. therapy as needed.
“Chronic pain can often be debilitating for people and the medication needed to control the pain can be addictive and can have unpleasant side effects for patients,” he says. Eran Orr, CEO of XRHealth. “Virtual reality can provide a realistic and immersive experience for users to train their brains to control their body and produce their own medication, potentially eliminating drug dependence, while providing the necessary pain relief. they feel empowered by the new found control over their mind and the influence it has on their body. “
XRHealth operates state-of-the-art virtual therapeutic care clinics, using patented extended reality (XR) medical technology registered by the FDA and the EC (virtual and augmented reality). XRHealth integrates immersive XR technology, licensed clinicians and advanced data analysis into a platform, providing a comprehensive therapeutic care solution for patients to receive treatment from the comfort of their home. The company offers a variety of patent-pending solutions, from rehabilitation services to cognitive assessment and training to pain management. XRHealth works with a number of world-renowned US healthcare providers, hospitals and rehabilitation centers. Founded in 2016, XRHealth is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts and its R & D center is located in Tel Aviv, Israel. For more information, visit https://www.xr.health/.
Reducept is an eHealth scale of Dutch origin founded by Margryt Fennema and Louis Zantema in 2018, based in Leeuwarden, Netherlands. Reducept is committed to scaling up digital therapy in medical treatment to ensure a non-invasive, drug-free patient experience and cost-effective results. It is achieved using the Reducept method, a CE-accredited digital therapeutic solution that provides healthcare professionals with the tools and expertise to increase the treatment of chronic pain. Currently, more than 200 official providers offer the Reducept method Netherlands among which are physiotherapist practices, private pain clinics, pain control centers, and rehabilitation centers. Reducept VR Game is a basic element of the Reducept method, which translates evidence-based brain training techniques and pain education into immersive game-based training. For more information, visit https://www.reducept.com/.
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