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Take a glimpse on our first product "CUREosity mobile clinic" at the virtual DGNR / DGNKN 2020

Updated: Aug 27, 2021

This year's key topic of the virtual annual conference of the DGNR and DGNKN 2020 in Düsseldorf (10.12. - 12.12.2020) is demographic change. This causes various challenges for our society and medicine: People are getting older, especially neurological disorders are increasing and can have more severe consequences. This makes neurorehabilitation even more important. (DGNR Teaser 2020)

*"It is particularly important to us that the therapeutic relationship and modern technology do not contradict each other but can be connected." states Dipl. Psych. Dr. rer. Medic. Volker Völzke, one of the chair members of the conference, in the DGNR Teaser.

This is exactly the approach we take and will explain in an upcoming post in our new blog series "Explained: VR Therapy": Our digital form of therapy is not designed to replace the traditional form of therapy, but to complement it in a meaningful and effective way in order to give the patient the best possible chance of recovery.

Thereby, our goal is to use the innovative VR technology to make high-frequency therapy as a motivating experience efficiently and economically available at all times to all those affected.

Be part of the event where we present our first product "CUREosity mobile clinic" to the professional audience and get a first impression of the possibilities that our VR therapy offers in facing the demographic change and the resulting challenges. To get a little sneak preview how CUREosity can support rehabilitation through its digital therapy solution, watch the following video in German or English.

For more information please visit the official website of DGNR / DGNKN or take a look at the official "Online Program" and "Congress Details" or go directly to our DGNR related webpage to receive more information and to register for the webinar.

Original quote:

*„Es ist uns dabei besonders wichtig, dass die therapeutische Beziehung und moderne Technologie nicht im Widerspruch stehen, sondern miteinander in Beziehung gesetzt werden können.“ (Dipl. Psych. Dr. rer. Medic. Volker Völzke)


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