Apr. 2020
Evolv RehabKit Azure Kinect


We’re proud to announce another important step by Evolv in advancing the virtual therapy field. We’re launching the Evolv RehabKit, a new hardware solution which includes all the hardware necessary to provide engaging virtual rehabilitation activities to help treat neurological and age-related diseases and conditions. The RehabKit is the first hardware product in the field to integrate the new Microsoft Azure Kinect, which uses Artificial Intelligence to improve the level of precision of body tracking....


Mar. 2020
Evolv cosponsors in "Symposium Breaking boundaries in Neurorehabilitation" in Madrid


Evolv took part in the sold-out the “Breaking boundaries in Neurorehabilitation” Syposium in Madrid along with the European Neurosciences Center / Centro Europeo de Neurociencias. Attendees of the event included physiotherapists, occupational therapists, neuroscientists and other rehabilitation professionals. Guest speakers included Dr David Putrino & Dr Mar Cortes from the Abilities Research Center at The Mount Sinai Hospital in New York. Over three days, rehab specialists will get a chance to find out more about telerehabilitation, virtual reality rehabilitation, robotics and brain stimulation and how they’re being used to improve therapy for a variety of pathologies....


Feb. 2020
Evolv expands its market in eastern Europe


Evolv is very pleased to announce that the company NextMed is our new distribution partner in Slovakia. NextMed has years of experience in the sales and technical support of medical devices with a strong focus in the rehabilitation field. Their clients include some of the most important state and private medical facilities in the country. On partnering with Evolv, the director of NextMed Juraj said “After seeing how VirtualRehab worked and the potential it has to improve traditional rehabilitation, we knew that it would be an interesting solution for many of our clients and the general rehabilitation market here in Slovakia which is becoming more mature in terms of incorporating new technologies into the therapy process....


Jan. 2020
VirtualRehab featured on TV show looking at the use of videogames for neurorehabilitation


The Spanish TV channel TeleMadrid recently aired on its program, “Salud al Día,”, which looks at the latest news on health, a report on the use of VirtualRehab and how it is improving the treatment of stroke and Parkinson’s in two centers in Madrid. The premise of the report was to show how videogames are no longer just for kids and are now being actively used as a means of providing intensive therapy to persons undergoing some type of neurorehabilitation....


Sep. 2019


We’re excited to announce that we just launched VirtualRehab 4.4. We’re always looking to find new ways of getting persons using VirtualRehab to increase intensity and dose of repetitive movements by making rehab a bit more fun. And we think these new exergames will definitely help with that goal. We’ve also added a bunch of improvements based on feedback from our users. The 3 new exergames have been added are:...


Sep. 2019
Positive results from INEBA study using VirtualRehab to treat Multiple Sclerosis presented at ECTRIMS 2019


The Argentinian rehabilitation center INEBA (Instituto de Neurociencias Buenos Aires) presented the results from their ‘REAVITELEM’ study at the 35th annual congress of the European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (ECTRIMS). The congresses took place in Stockholm, Sweden between the 11th and 13th of September. ECTRIMS is an international event for researchers and clinicians specialised in treating Multiple Sclerosis, with a programme based on new developments in all areas of treating MS, including epidemiology, genetics, pathology, biomarkers, imaging, immunology and treatment....


Jul. 2019


RehabWeek 2019 in Toronto certainly didn’t disappoint. It was an intense 4 days of demonstrating our latest products in virtual rehabilitation to clinicians and researchers from all over the world and the feedback was simply amazing. It was exciting to see that rehabilitation continues to push forward with new ways of improving care with the assistance of technology but always with the aim of bettering the quality of life of those who need it most....


May. 2019
Celebrating World MS day: An Interview with the Physiotherapist Lorena de Rozas Bueno


As part of our series of interviews to celebrate World MS Day, we spoke with the physiotherapist Lorena de Rozas Bueno who is treating a patient who uses VirtualRehab at home as part of his therapy. Lorena, can you talk about your experience of working with MS patients, and specifically with your patient now? I have been working in neurorehabilitation since 2012 and I consider it a very gratifying job. In the case of Multiple Sclerosis, I think it is very important that the physiotherapist follows the whole process of the disease by providing different strategies during its course....


May. 2019
Celebrating World MS day, Interview with a person living with Multiple Sclerosis who is using VirtualRehab at home for telerehabilitation.


We speak to someone who lives with MS and tells us about their experience with VirtualRehab. Can you tell us a little bit about your life with MS? When did you get the news that you had the disease and how your life has changed? I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis six years ago. At that time, I lived in another city and tried to continue my personal and professional life there, but in the end, I decided to move back to my cite, Albacete, Spain, to be close to my family....


Nov. 2018
VirtualRehab featured in the scientific journal of the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, PMR.


PM&R, the official scientific journal of the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation published an article on the use of VirtualRehab in three European clinics. The article titled “Virtual Reality for Neurorehabilitation: Insights From 3 European Clinics” reported on how the system is being used in clinics for Parkinson’s Disease, Pediatric neurorehabilitation and for Multiple Sclerosis rehabilitation in hospitals across Europe. Three short cases studies reported on the progress and experiences of the clinics implementing virtual reality as an add-on to normal rehabilitation services....