The aim of the research is to analyse the use of virtual reality for balance and coordination training on elderly patients. Objectives: to evaluate and compare functional mobility and balance, confidence of the balance and fear to fall and coordination before and after physiotherapy procedures using different physiotherapy programmes; to determine satisfaction with different physiotherapy procedures in elderly patients. The object of the research: the use of virtual reality for balance and coordination training on elderly patients. Methods of research are tests and questionnaire. Hypothesis of the research: The use of virtual reality training will improve balance and coordination in elderly patients. Conclusions of the research show that both group programmes had a positive influence on functional mobility and balance. Both programmes had a statistically significant influence on the Tinetti test, however, only group I programme had improvement of Berg Balance scale results (p<0.05). When evaluating patients balance confidence and fear to fall, there was no statistically significant (p>0.05) difference in groups after procedures. Both programmes had a positive influence on improving coordination, but statistically significant (p<0.05) improvement was only in group I. Subjects of group I were statistically significantly (p<0.05) more satisfied with their programme, than subjects in group II.