Augmented reality platform for rehabilitation exercises

Neurological recovery is a long and difficult process for patients with stroke, limb amputation, or CRPS.  Our augmented reality exercise program specifically aims to activate the mirror neuron pathway to supplement patients' rehabilitation therapy.  Select the medical condition you want to learn more about and how conventional mirror box therapy helps.

 
Every 40 seconds, someone in the United States has a stroke.  Stroke often results in paralysis on one side of the body.  Mirror therapy has been shown to accelerate the motor recovery process when incorporated into traditional rehabilitation therapy.

Every 40 seconds, someone in the United States has a stroke.  Stroke often results in paralysis on one side of the body.  Mirror therapy has been shown to accelerate the motor recovery process when incorporated into traditional rehabilitation therapy.

Stroke & Paralysis

Limb amputation is life-changing and dramatic.  The lost limb can haunt patients with phantom sensations which are mostly painful.  Medications have not been shown to be effective for PLP.  Mirror therapy can be helpful with minimal side effects compared to medications.

Limb amputation is life-changing and dramatic.  The lost limb can haunt patients with phantom sensations which are mostly painful.  Medications have not been shown to be effective for PLP.  Mirror therapy can be helpful with minimal side effects compared to medications.

Phantom Limb Pain (PLP)

CRPS is a rare but debilitating chronic pain condition.  Patients report constant feeling of burning pain that disables them profoundly.  Intense rehabilitation therapy is the best path to recovery, but it can feel insurmountable.  Mirror therapy can help.

CRPS is a rare but debilitating chronic pain condition.  Patients report constant feeling of burning pain that disables them profoundly.  Intense rehabilitation therapy is the best path to recovery, but it can feel insurmountable.  Mirror therapy can help.

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) 

 
 

Become a Research Partner

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 Building evidence-based practice of augmented reality in medicine is our priority.  We highly value research partnerships and welcome investigator-initiated proposals.  Please contact us with a brief statement of your interest.

 
 

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