VRHealth develops breakthrough certified medical solutions using VR (Virtual Reality) to deliver real-time data analytics that benefits patients, clinicians, and healthcare providers, at clinics and at home.
Our products include VRPhysio™ for physical rehabilitation, VRCogni™ for cognitive rehabilitation and Customized VR Medical Apps all leveraging VR for enhancing rehabilitation via immersive experience and meaningful analytics. All of our products are authorized by the FDA.
ABOUT ERAN ORR
Eran is the founder of the VRHealth Group and the CEO of VRHealth USA Inc. He is an Ex IAF Executive officer and holds a BA in Business Management, Government, and Politics, and an MBA in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Business Administration from Ben Gurion University. Previously Eran served as initiator and coordinator of the “IAF spinal cord damage prevention program” for aircrew personnel and has significant experience in the physical therapy prevention industry.
CAMELTARY (Camel Commentary)
Your Future Healthcare is Virtually Here.
Outside of the gaming world, there isn’t much of a hype for virtual reality (VR). However, one of the most innovative industries facing disruption right now might just change that.
VRHealth, and its Founder Eran Orr, is developing smart VR for medical use. After having injured himself as a pilot in the IDF, he was faced with the boring task of physiotherapy. If only there were a better way to make recovery fun?
“In five years, every hospital will use VR,” Orr promises. With products designed to treat physical therapy and cognitive rehabilitation, among others, he is providing patients with entertaining ways to keep medically charged.
“VR can distract you during your operation and healing process. We provide rehabilitation in a more enjoyable and efficient way.”
The very nature of virtual reality is that anything can be designed and experienced. How else could a company like VRHealth help people? They also provide phobia treatment – exposing them to their biggest fears and inviting them to challenge them virtually.
For this writer, a VR system showing thousands of spiders is somewhat undesirable.
However, thousands of people are using these systems to tackle legitimate problems they faced with mental fears and physical restrictions. By opening up our world to a more proactive approach to medicine, it can train and support us in unimaginable ways. Currently, VRHealth is FDA-approved and testing among the elderly – an age group famously technophobic.
“The beauty of VR is that it is immersive and intuitive,” Orr claims. “When they don’t know they’re doing it, it makes it all more fun and beneficial.”
In the future, VRHealth wants to work on better recovery rates and reduction in painkiller intake among patients all over the world. Using their smartphone – ‘the next VR device’ – users will be able to design and respond to moments and events that will treat ailments for years in the future.
This disruption in the healthcare industry will be virtually everywhere. Or everywhere virtually. Either way, VRHealth will be there.