Who MIRA addresses
And its key benefits
MIRA makes physical therapy more engaging for patients recovering at home or at the clinic.
MIRA makes physical therapy more manageable for clinicians, allowing them to better keep track of their patients.
Medical institutions, insurers or
MIRA allows customers to expand their market reach, reduce costs and offer innovative and high-quality care.
How it works
And what patient groups are using MIRA
The solution is a software platform that turns physical and cognitive exercises into clinical exergames, making therapy more convenient and easier to follow.
It is designed as a tool for therapists, using motion tracking sensors to engage patients in their therapy, while assesing and reporting patient compliance.
MIRA has been successfully used in orthopaedic and neurological therapy for both children and adults, as well as in falls prevention and active ageing programmes for the elderly.More about our Product
MIRA contains over 450+ exergames, along with assessment tools, cognigames and custom exercises. The content is clinically built based on input and feedback from therapists and patients and is continuously expanded and improved through periodic application updates.Try MIRA now
Some features of MIRA
- Comprehensive set of exergames
- Assessment tools
- Motion statistics
- Activity tracking
- Patient management
- Useable at home
- Secure and reliable
What our users think
And some of our statistics
Patients have used
MIRA so far
with MIRA so far
Clinics or institutions have
used MIRA so far
"Goal based rehabilitation can be used in a computer-based
exergame rehabilitation programme."
Based on a study at the Central Manchester University Hospitals, Manchester
Our most recent news
And articles from our blog
Non-Immersive Virtual Reality for Post-Stroke Upper Extremity Rehab
A randomised trial involving 55 patients evaluates the used of MIRA Exergames for post-stroke patients, evaluating neuroplasticity effect and rehabilitation potential.
A Multifactorial Falls Prevention Activity Programme after Stroke
Evaluating a Novel Multifactorial Falls Prevention Activity Programme for Community-Dwelling Older People After Stroke: A Mixed-Method Feasibility Study. PI Lex D de Jong, School of Physiotherapy and Exercise Science, Curtin University, Australia.
Exploring the usability of MIRA for older persons with dementia
In this study we used MIRA exergames to compose a physical activity program for people with early stage dementia. We evaluated the feasibility of this program and the possibility to implement the program in different care settings
We regulary post on our blog about our latest news, case studies and all things digital health.More on our Blog
Our commercial partners
And international distributors
Try MIRA now
If you would like to use MIRA for a patient, in a clinical setting or for commercial purposes, please contact us to try our product now.
Some of our clients
And key partners
And key values
Helping people to recover from episodes of ill health or following injury
Enhancing quality of life for people with long-term conditions
Ensuring that people have a positive experience of care
MIRA’s objectives are in line with the UK's NHS Outcomes