Clinically Driven Virtual Reality Experiences
Give patients the power to escape with the latest advancements in mind-body integrative virtual reality therapies.
For thousands of years, people across the world have meditated to achieve a sense of inner peace, serenity, and tranquility. Ozential’s VR meditation offers patients undergoing stressful procedures a calm, fully immersive environment that creates a mental and emotional barrier between themselves and the physical world around them. Without ever leaving their beds, patients can choose from dozens of guided meditations designed for pain reduction and symptom mitigation, all while undergoing medical treatment.
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Ozential Virtual Reality Therapy
Listen to Dr. Jan talk about Ozential’s development and how virtual reality can help cancer patients during treatment.
VIRTUAL REALITY FOR CANCER PATIENTS
More than 38% of people will be diagnosed with cancer at some point in their lives, making the battle against cancer one of the most important in modern medicine. And with a typically long recovery process, treating the disease encompasses a number of varied disciplines. Ozential Virtual Reality experiences can provide a boost to wellbeing and ease the cancer treatment and recovery journey by providing exposure to a restorative environment.
VIRTUAL REALITY FOR HEALTHCARE CENTERS
A stay in hospital of any duration can take its toll on the emotional well-being of patients. Long periods of inactivity can lead to a decrease in immune competency. Ozential Virtual Reality applications provide a means to help patients navigate through the hospital stay.
VIRTUAL REALITY FOR SENIORS
As the body ages most people experience reduced cognitive abilities and an increased susceptibility to mental health disorders. With a senior population of over 52 million, the traditional healthcare system is facing a heavy burden. Virtual Reality can provide a mitigation, maintaining the intellectual and mental health of people long into their twilight years. It has been shown that virtual reality can play a role in delaying the onset of Alzheimer’s Disease and other forms of cognitive impairment.