Scroll to top

Blog


THE GOOD SIDE OF SHARING KNOWLEDGE

Do you like to know? For you we've written about everything around VR TierOne.

Our latest articles

Well-being, a healthy fashion in the workplace

Well-being, a healthy fashion in the workplace

The environment in which a person functions should satisfy his or her needs, otherwise frustration and a decline in well-being may be expected. As an adult spends…

Joanna Pidanty April 6, 2021
Colouring as a therapeutic activity

Colouring as a therapeutic activity

Colouring, known to every child, evokes a sentimental smile in adults. In childhood, the activity of colouring supported manual and graphomotor skills, which we…

Joanna Pidanty March 29, 2021
How to work with VR TierOne?

How to work with VR TierOne?

Depression, COVID-19, stroke and infarction, and other conditions associated with loss of mental health are the main areas of VR TierOne application. The operator…

Joanna Pidanty March 2, 2021
Should we be afraid of anxiety?

Should we be afraid of anxiety?

Anxiety and fear are inscribed in our lives - they accompany us every day to a greater or lesser extent. And just as fear is caused directly by an external threat,…

Krzyżosiak February 23, 2021
How communication with the patient impacts the healing process

How communication with the patient impacts the healing process

For physicians, being able to relate with their patients and communicate correctly with them can pose a challenge. Contact with patients requires not only long-acquired…

Joanna Pidanty February 15, 2021
VR TierOne in the practice of neurological rehabilitation

VR TierOne in the practice of neurological rehabilitation

The VR TierOne system was recognized by those physiotherapists who work, on a daily basis, with neurological patients, for whom recovery is particularly time-consuming…

Aleksandra Kucińska February 9, 2021
VR TierOne - how does it work and why is it able to be of help?

VR TierOne - how does it work and why is it able to be of help?

The VR TierOne therapeutic solution was created in response to depression, currently one of the biggest health hazards worldwide. The disease is fairly common…

Joanna Pidanty February 2, 2021
Support for stroke patients in motivational rehabilitation crises

Support for stroke patients in motivational rehabilitation crises

The WHO data confirms that in 2019 people lived, on average, more than 6 years longer than in 2000. We are becoming long-lived but also suffering from dissabilities.…

Joanna Pidanty January 26, 2021
Copy link