Therapy Games

VIM Health are proud to offer VR and other therapy games in our clinic, at home and to nursing home residents
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VR Room and Therapy Games

At VIM we have a specially designed VtR room with body weight support harnesses. Through this space, we can use a range of VR (Virtual Reality), AR (augmented reality) and classic games to deliver exciting new rehabilitation tools. We can also utilise this space for tele-rehab and online classes.

The VR Room provides a new, engaging approach to rehabilitation by combining gaming and exercise. Users follow fun exercise games on screen whilst a sensor monitors movement and provides real-time feedback.

Available as part of your therapy package here at our clinic, or to use at home.

Rehabilitation is hard but using therapeutic VR and gamifying the process helps to keep you engage and track your progress.

Who Can Benefit from this kind of Therapy?

VR therapy is ideal for a range of people undergoing rehabilitation. From people recovering from a stroke to people that have had traumatic brain injuries. The technology provides something for everyone, at any stage of rehabilitation and across various parts of the body. It is also suitable for people with condition such as MS or Parkinsons disease.



VR therapy promotes movement that would usually be done with a therapist meaning the solution can be used at home and promotes independence and self-rehabilitation. As it’s fun to use the technology also boosts motivation and enables users to receive immediate feedback on how they are doing.

The games VR therapy will be tailored to each client, ensuring only beneficial activities are conducted. There are games for upper and lower limb training, as well as the trunk. Hand dexterity training is also available using a hardware peripheral. Excellent for balance and coordination training, VR therapy really offers something for everyone.

  • Encourage movement
  • Boost wellbeing
  • Increase engagement with rehabilitation
  • Promotes independence
  • Strengthen muscles
  • Improve balance and coordination
  • Support and improve cognitive function
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Other Technologies

photo taken over the shoulder of physios bex and sophie who are looking at data from the bioness go on a small tablet. In the background we can see the bottom half of someone using the treadmill with the bioness attached to their right leg.

Bioness Go

The Bioness Go is designed to aid muscle movement in the lower limbs, enabling the user to lift their foot off the ground with ease

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