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Physical therapist guides a user utilizing REAL System's VR headset for rehabilitation.

Rehabilitation with VR

REAL® y-Series™ is a virtual reality (VR) rehabilitation tool that allows providers, such as physical therapists, occupational therapists, and speech language pathologists, to customize therapy sessions for high-acuity to high-functioning patients.

REAL y-Series

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Mental Wellness and Cognition with VR

REAL i-Series® is designed to offer VR-enabled immersive experiences for cognitive activation, distraction therapy, reminiscence therapy, mindfulness therapy, and relaxation therapy.

REAL i-Series

A Multi-Disciplinary Rehab Tool for the Whole Body

From hospital bedside to outpatient facility, REAL y-Series is a portable, fully immersive, full-body, hands-free solution used by therapists to engage patients in goal-oriented therapeutic exercises that drive patient motivation and compliance.

REAL y-Series

Therapeutic &
Wellness Areas

The REAL System VR Immersive Healthcare Platform provides clinically designed products that address a variety of therapeutic and wellness areas. REAL y-Series, created with extensive input from rehabilitation experts, offers patients with provider-led, full-body VR immersion. REAL i-Series focuses on general wellness, mindfulness, and cognition.

Explore All Therapeutic Areas

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Physical therapist aids user with REAL System headset for upper body rehabilitation

Upper Body

Focus areas include shoulder range of motion (ROM) and flexion, endurance, strengthening, and mirror therapy options

Upper Extremity (UE)

Physical therapist adjusts leg sensor for REAL System's VR headset for rehabilitation

Lower Body

Focus areas include hip abduction, adduction, flexion, and extension; knee flexion and extension; reactive movement; and sustained attention

Lower Extremity (LE)

An elderly woman using REAL System's VR headset for sharpening mental skills

Cognition

Focus areas include decision making, visuospatial awareness, attention processing and memory, and command response

Cognition

Why VR for Healthcare?

Clinical evidence on VR and rehabilitation has shown that:

  • VR therapy is supportive as an adjunct to conventional therapy.1,2
  • For the same amount of time, the combination of VR and conventional therapy leads to better outcomes than conventional therapy alone.3,4
  • Systems that are customized for healthcare are more supportive than off-the-shelf systems.5
Physical therapist handing a REAL System VR headset to user for rehabilitation

REAL Testimonials

Procedural and operative techniques and considerations are illustrative examples from healthcare provider experience. Healthcare providers’ treatment and technique decisions will vary based on their medical judgment. The opinions and clinical experiences presented herein are for informational purposes only. The results may not be predictive for all patients. Individual results may vary depending on patient-specific attributes and other factors. Rendering for illustrative purposes only. Images used with permission. Consents on file at Penumbra, Inc. Background image used under license from stock.adobe.com.


Caution: Federal (USA) law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a healthcare provider. Prior to use, please refer to the Instructions for Use (IFU) for complete product indications, contraindications, warnings, precautions, potential adverse events, and detailed instructions for use. Please click here for the complete IFU. Please contact your local REAL Territory Manager for more information.


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