Medical procedures – VR Therapy

Virtual Reality for Medical Procedures

Medical procedure-related environments can be vital in evaluating and working with patients suffering from distress and anxiety related to medical interventions, such as fear of needles (Trypanophobia), phobia of blood, among others.

Waiting room blood test

Your patient is in a hospital waiting room. After the nurse leads them into a procedure room, their blood is drawn in various ways. Useful for Trypanophobia (fear of needles) and Hematophobia (fear of blood).

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan

Your patient is in a hospital waiting room, about to receive an MRI scan.

Real blood draw

Your patient views a real life medical procedure video from the first person perspective.

…and more environments that support evaluation and intervention for medical procedure related fears.

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