Virtual Reality Medical Applications (VRMedApp) is a medical technology platform and device company. Our mission is to bring the latest virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) technology with our own proprietary game, software, biometric and motion sensors into medicine to benefit patients in the areas of radiation therapy, pain management, cognitive enhancement, or rehabilitation. VR Med App is based in Miami, FL and was formed in 2013 by individuals in the medical field, game/hardware developers, and entrepreneurs. We have several patents pending in US and EU.
To enhance patients' outcome and quality of life using the latest augmented reality and virtual reality technology, motion and biometric sensors
We CREATIVELY solve real medical problems by INVENTING a new platform FUSING Virtual/Augmented Reality with game play together with biometric sensors in a STIMULATING environment for patients TAKING CONTROL over their ILLNESS in a COST-EFFECTIVE manner.
VRMedApp collaborates with the VA hospital in San Diego under funded DOE research to develop an application that incorporates VR with our proprietary body motion sensors and software platform to relieve phantom limb pain in veterans with missing limbs in a phase I-II clinical trial led by Dr. Thomas Rutledge.
MANAGEMENT OF CHEMO-BRAIN
VRMedApp is working with cancer doctors to conduct clinical trial using VR to control "chemo-brain" in cancer patients, who experience cognitive function decline, fatigue and depression with cancer treatment.
During daily radiation treatment, patients needs to be set up as close to the reference position as possible. VRMedApp develops a patent-pending application with body sensors to make sure that your patient is positioned in the same way as they were during the planning process. Interactive games will keep patients distracted and relaxed during the treatment. The system can be used to avoid use of general anesthesia in children undergoing radiation therapy. (link here)
Another application is for patient-controlled breathing to reduce the tumor motion during the radiation treatment (Deep-Inspiration Breath Hold) to improve targeting the tumor and to reduce collateral radiation damage to healthy surrounding organs.
Stroke or trauma patients who need to undergo physical or occupational therapy require multiple sessions over a very long period of time. Either the patient has to go to the clinic or the therapist has to go the the patient's home. With our patented pending platform, we can improve the rehabilitation by allowing the patients to have it done at home with exact specifications from the therapy program. The program has biofeedback of heart rate and oxygen saturation sensor to adjust the intensity of the therapy.
Miami, Florida, USA
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you may contact our office by:
By Email at info@VRMedApp.com. In the alternative, you may contact us by either of the following means:
Virtual Reality Medical Applications, Inc.
P.O. Box 3896,
Rancho Santa Fe, CA, 92067.
By Phone: +1-858-779-4427
We will respond to all requests, inquiries, concerns or customer questions, within 7 (seven) days.
All products sold by us will have a 12 months warranty. After 12 months, customers have option of service or maintenance contracts.