How Computer Assisted Rehabilitation Environment Works

Computer Assisted Rehabilitation Environment (CAREN) is suitable for variety of patient groups such as patient with: back pain neuro, ortho, sports med, balance and gait (walking) disorders.

Caren’s provide unique treatment to patient via extraordinary features below :

Virtual Reality

The Virtual Reality techniques can be used to manipulate the information and therefore facilitate the learning process in both virtual environments and real environments.

Immersive Environment

The immersive environment enables the learning of new movement strategies and unlearning the poor movement strategies driven by pathology or compensation of thereof.

Movement Effect

Directing the performers attention to the effects of their movements (external focus), in contrast to attention to the movement itself (internal focus), contributes to recovery.

Walking and Movement Parameters

All gait ( walking) and movement parameters which were only available before in research labs are
now available in Caren in real time for monitoring and intervention.

Below are 2 videos that demonstrate how CAREN can treat variety of orthopedic illnesses: for example, amputation, arthristis, whiplash, osteoporosis, joint replacement, diabetic foot conditions, lumbar and cervical disc disease, foot/ankle/knee injuries.

The Effect of Computer Assisted Rehabilitation Environment (CAREN)

Computer Assisted Rehabilitation Environmentcaren (CAREN) and Gravitational Push

Computer Assisted Rehabilitation Environment (CAREN) in New York City, New York, USA

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