Train your brain!
Reducept functions like a gym for your brain (but without muscular machos). By exercising regularly, you can teach your brain to increase control and reduce pain. Train towards a ‘muscular’ brain that has more grip on your pain in the long term (2-8)!
For those who don't think research is boring
There is already a lot of evidence that using VR training has a positive effect on pain (1). Together with leading institutions (6) we have scientifically substantiated that Reducept has a real effect on the lives of people with pain complaints. And, good news: while we keep getting positive responses from our users, you can also already try it for yourself!
For those who really like to take a deep dive
- Ahmadpour, N., Randall, H., Choksi, H., Gao, A., Vaughan, C., & Poronnik, P. (2019). Virtual Reality interventions for acute and chronic pain management. The international journal of biochemistry & cell biology, 114, 105568.
- Gatchel, R. J., McGeary, D. D., McGeary, C. A., & Lippe, B. (2014). Interdisciplinary chronic pain management: past, present, and future. American Psychologist, 69(2), 119.
- Louw, A., Diener, I., Butler, D. S., & Puentedura, E. J. (2011). The effect of neuroscience education on pain, disability, anxiety, and stress in chronic musculoskeletal pain. Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation, 92(12), 2041-2056.
- McCracken, L. M., & Vowles, K. E. (2014). Acceptance and commitment therapy and mindfulness for chronic pain: Model, process, and progress. American Psychologist, 69(2), 178.
- Moseley, G. L., & Butler, D. S. (2015). Fifteen years of explaining pain: the past, present, and future. The Journal of Pain, 16(9), 807-813.
- Smits, M.L.M., Vries, de M., Garms, L, Delcliseur, H., Kallewaard, J.W., Geurts, J., Lier, E.J., & van Goor, H. (2019). Efficacy, Acceptability, Tolerability and Feasibility of a Therapeutic Virtual Reality Application on Improving the Quality of Life in Non specific Chronic Low back Pain Patients. Unpublished clinical trial.
- Vanhaudenhuyse, A., Gillet, A., Malaise, N., Salamun, I., Grosdent, S., Maquet, D., ... & Faymonville, M. E. (2018). Psychological interventions influence patients' attitudes and beliefs about their chronic pain. Journal of traditional and complementary medicine, 8(2), 296-302.
- de C Williams, A. C., Eccleston, C., & Morley, S. (2012). Psychological therapies for the management of chronic pain (excluding headache) in adults. Cochrane database of systematic reviews, (11).
- Zantema, L., & Fennema, M. (2018). Reducept Protocol for Pain Education, download.
How to train your pain?
- 10 minutes of training a day
- Science-based pain treatment
- Anytime and anywhere available (unless you’re driving)