A profound and meticulous study of the state of the art combined with the long experience of Foren's professional team has led to the first supervised model able to infer rehabilitation protocols up from evaluation profiles. The protocols generated by this supervised model are shared with the clinics as proposed protocols in the framework of interprofessional consultations, being these always finally adapted to the patient by the prescriber.
The model is in constant evolution shaped through the knowledge generated by the Foren Network of clinics, being this tool an asset of great value for the Foren Method and the Foren Network.
Regarding the techniques proposed by Foren Method, the techniques focused on the use of neurological plasticity are the main differentiating ones. This techniques are based on Neurovirtuality, which is the study of the influence of virtual reality on the mechanisms of neurological plasticity.
Virtual reality manages to create realistic mental and sensitive states, making the brain perform decoding and interpretation efforts in this new environment as if it would be in a real one. When done correctly, the "tricked" brain makes the body also receive its stimuli, offering realistic somatic, visceral, physiological and even psychological responses. The Foren Method directs this nervous stimulation towards the development of positive plasticity, relying on virtual reality for neurological recovery during treatment.
The in-depth study in Neurovirtuality carried out by Foren has allowed the development of a product that promotes neurological remodeling and repetitions. This is achieved by correctly combining the moment of active effort (muscle activation) and the observation with imitative intention in a congruent and real context (with our patented virtual reality method) with the appropriate sensory afference (electro-stimulation, kinesitherapy, vibration and/or temperature). This promotes synaptic remodeling in favor of the recovery of this movement, which is essential especially in acute and sub-acute phases of immobility.