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At Wi4, we understand that the software development of virtual reality for pain management requires a deep understanding of how pain works. In addition, we use the latest VR technology to create immersive environments that can help people distract from their pain. We also offer a wide range of customization options to ensure that our products meet the specific needs of each client. As a result, we are able to provide our clients with an unparalleled level of service and support.
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Digital Health software developed by us has been used by 2 million-plus users
Federal Government, State Governments, Large Corporations and Startups have trusted us for their digital health product requirements
Our founders have published more than 200 research papers in health informatics. Ongoing research keeps us always updated.
Expertise in various healthcare standards like Hl7 & FHIR, IEC 60234, HIPAA, HITECH, ICD-10, CPT, DICOM
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There is strong evidence that VR can help reduce pain. For example, a study published in the journal Cyberpsychology and Behavior found that people who used VR during dental procedures reported significantly less pain and anxiety than those who did not use VR. The study’s authors suggest that VR may be particularly effective at distracting people from pain by immersing them in another reality.
Other studies have shown that VR can be effective in treating other types of pain, such as burn wounds and chronic conditions like fibromyalgia. While more research is needed to confirm these findings, the available evidence indicates that VR may be a promising tool for reducing pain.
There are a few different ways that VR can help with the pain. One is by providing a distraction from the pain. This can be done in a number of ways, such as via games, movies, or other immersive experiences. This can work because the brain is very good at focusing on one thing to the exclusion of others—if you can get immersed in an experience, it can take your mind off of the pain.
Another way that VR can help with pain is by providing a sense of control. When we feel like we’re in control of our environment, it helps us feel calmer and more relaxed. That sense of control can be helpful in managing pain.
While VR has been used mostly for pain management, there are a number of other ways that it is being used in medicine. One example is using VR to help people with phantom limb pain. This is where people who have lost a limb still feel pain in the missing limb.VR can also be used to help people who suffer from things like post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). It can also be used to help people with phobias, such as a fear of heights or public speaking. PTSD and phobias are usually treated with exposure therapy, where the person is exposed to their fear in a controlled setting.
VR pain management is a treatment option that uses virtual reality technology to help people manage pain.
There are a few different ways that VR can be used to help manage pain. One way is by providing a distraction from the pain. When someone is focused on a VR activity, they’re less likely to focus on the pain they’re feeling. VR can also be used to provide relaxation and stress relief, which can also help reduce pain levels. Additionally, VR can be used to help people learn new coping strategies for dealing with pain.
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