For Clinicians And Researchers.

SeeMe is a PC based, innovative, comprehensive, clinician-controlled system designed for exercise and rehabilitation. The system allows therapists to plan and customize the exercises and training sessions in real time to meet the needs of each individual patient. The therapeutic tasks available with the system come with different levels and parameters, giving therapists plenty of options for customization and enabling them to plan sessions that will both challenge patients and empower them to keep repeating the tasks and ultimately to restore their health.


With SeeMe system, you can practice and evaluate your patient’s strength, endurance, range of motion, postural control, reaction time, proprioception, quality of movement, perception, divided attention and memory

SeeMe will help you keep your patients more motivated to participate in their rehabilitation process and to change the way they feel about their daily practice. You can create trainings that allow patients experience success, become more self-confident and in the same time remain challenged.


Documented progress
SeeMe allows clinicians to manage patient database and generate reports that offer detailed insights into the course of each session, as well as into patients' long-term progress. The platform can detect the relative angles between limbs, compensatory movements, movement times, and a number of other parameters that make it easy for clinicians to make objective evaluations of the rehabilitation progress and clinical decisions.

In Israel, SeeMe is in use in major HMO`s in clinics, hospitals, rehabilitation and psychiatric departments.


 Riki Brown, MSc. PT, Co-Founder of SeeMe system, expert in Geriatric Rehabilitation says:
Patients are motivated and challenged, competing with friends and themselves. They are smiling and laughing during therapy and having fun, but… we and they know exactly that they are fulfilling important therapeutic goals!!!




 Dorit Itah, Head of the OT department in the Galilee Medical Center in Naharia, ISRAEL says:

 "The system was developed for the purpose of rehabilitation. The  patients sits or stand in front of the TV screen, and the therapist tailor individual difficulty treatment levels, appropriate to the nature of the injury the patient suffers from".



 Occupational Therapy Dept. in Beit Lewinstein Rehabilitation Center, Raanana, ISRAEL:

."Virtual Reality is an important and essential tool in the toolbox of the occupational therapist, which allows using advanced technology to achieve therapeutic and functional goals. The successful experience encourages motivation, pleasure and participation". 



For research:

SeeMe is a valuable tool for the research of human performance in the physical, perceptual and cognitive domains.

In Israel, SeeMe is currently used in the best research institutes, in Tel Aviv University, Haifa University, Ariel University and Wingate College for research in Physical and Occupational Therapy.




"The SeeMe system is a tool that will surely take its place in the arsenal of the rehabilitation therapist" Dr. Heidi Sugarman, Research Centre for the Health and Medical Sciences, Ono Academic College




Some examples of the numerous research papers published or presented in international congresses:


International Conference on Virtual Rehabilitation (ICVR 2011)

Use of Novel Virtual Reality System for the Assessment and Treatment of Unilateral Spatial Neglect: A Feasibility Study

H Sugarman, A Burstin, A Weisle-Eichler, R Brown 


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Neuropsychol Rehabil. 2015 Nov 11:1-26. 
A virtual shopping task for the assessment of executive functions: Validity for people with stroke.
Nir-Hadad SY1,2, Weiss PL2, Waizman A1, Schwartz N1, Kizony R2,3.


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International Journal of Therapies and Rehabilitation Research, 2013, 2: 2

Dual-task training using virtual reality: Influence on walking and balance in three post stroke survivors.

Ayelet Dunsky , Pavel Fishbein, Yeshayahu Hutzle , The Zinman College of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, Wingate Institute, Israel


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Physiotherapy May 2015 Volume 101, Supplement 1, Page e189 
Rapid Stepping Time on ‘Virtual’ Objects Correlates with Measures of Balance and Fear of Falling in Elderly Individuals

Y. Laufer, A. Burstin, R. Brown, O. Korsensky, Y. Hutzler


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Palaestra . 2015, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p19-19. 1/2p.

Improving Balance of Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disability through a Virtual  Reality Intervention Program...

Rony Hadash, Shay Amrani, Amir Pinsker, Meir Lotan, Tamar Weiss.

Department of Physical Therapy, Ariel University, Israel,

Department of Occupational Therapy, University of Haifa Israel


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