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Podiatry anxiety and pain distraction using VR

Using immersive nature trail experiences to distract patients undergoing toe-nail removal Virtual reality has been used in many areas to help patients deal with pain and anxiety related to clinical procedures. VR distraction therapy have been used successfully as adjunct to pharmacological interventions for burn victims, patients undergoing chemotherapy, venipuncture, paediatric phlebotomy and dental pain/fear… Continue reading Podiatry anxiety and pain distraction using VR

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Immersive Wellbeing for NHS Staff during COVID-19

Setting up a therapeutic VR station within a staff Wellbeing hub had a positive impact on staff during COVID-19