Augmented reality (AR) is an enhanced version of the real physical world that is achieved through the use of digital visual elements, sound, or other sensory stimuli delivered via technology. VR helps with pain control in adults, as well. When VR is used along with medication, it can reduce the severe pain people have during wound care for burn injuries. It can also help people who live with ongoing pain. In one study of low back pain and fibromyalgia, VR reduced discomfort by more than 30% . Extended reality (VR, AR, and BCI) technologies are emerging as the computing platforms for the metaverse. The metaverse is the internet accessed via VR and AR glasses,1 which has been increasingly acknowledged, and is considered as a manifestation of next-generation mobile computing platforms. Similarly, the Metaverse in Medicine can be defined as the medical Internet of Things (MIOT) facilitated using AR and VR glasses. Performing surgery on a virtual patient in a simulated environment enables the trainee doctors to apply newly acquired techniques and well trained to have very low trial and error in real surgeries. Virtual reality is becoming the gold standard for the medical industry.