A recent publication in Interventional Pain Medicine, authored by Rohan Jotwani, MD, MBA, of Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School in Boston, MA, and colleagues, demonstrates the ability of virtual reality (VR) to facilitate 3-D visualization of the lumbar vertebral column and the simulation of fluoroscopic views and radiofrequency cannula trajectories. VR offers the opportunity for enhanced educational interactions with anatomy, which may improve understanding relevant to interventional procedures. VR technology has advanced far enough in recent years that the hardware and software required to use tools like these are commercially available and extremely cost-effective relative to their potential value in situations like those described above.