Augmented Reality for routine procedures – overlay of digital information over human body for the alleviation of nurses' operations, such as overlay of veins during injections.
Mixed reality for pre-operative planning – using holograms to preview body organs and practice with incisions, for example: HoloLens are often utilized for this purpose.
VR for PTSD treatment – the cration of a virtual environment in VR for improving the level of the exposure therary for managing painful PTSD symptoms, such as insomnia or hypervigilance.
VR for phobias treatment – using VR for improving the level of visualization in exposure therapy for treating phobias with the help of gradual desensitezation to the stimmuli that provoke fear.
VR reconstruction for surgery – preview of 2D scans (MRI, CT) with the help of VR HMDs which allows more effective preparation for surgery.
VR medical training – training of medical students using 360 tours inside a human body.
VR for meditation – utilization of a fully simulated environment, such a beautiful Japanese gardens or a seashore, for helping users to get attuned to meditation.
VR for pain management – using a fully – simulated environment to disract patient's attention from pain and reducing it in this way.
VR for sports training using virtual reality for immersion in a fully simulated computer environment for better training or creation of a 3D avatar who will play the role of a fitness instructor.
VR for Addiction Treatment – utilization of the computer-simulated virtual environment for recreating trigger situations for addicts and teaching them to resist to them.