Human Movement Therapy
We offer efficient solutions and services with advanced technologies for human movement therapy across the entire continuum of rehabilitation: from severe to mild impairments and from acute treatment to continuous training at home. All our solutions are developed, manufactured, and continuously improved in close cooperation with researchers, clinical partners, and customer feedback.
Arm and Hand Solutions
The ArmeoSpring allows simultaneous arm and hand training in an extensive 3D workspace with six degrees of freedom.
The ergonomic and adjustable exoskeleton of the ArmeoSpring embraces the whole arm, from shoulder to hand, and counterbalances the weight of the patient's arm.
The ArmeoSpring precisely records how patients perform during their therapy sessions and is part of the unique and modular Armeo Therapy Concept, the world's first upper extremity concept that covers the whole "Continuum of Rehabilitation" with one software platform throughout a range of devices, each developed for a specific stage of rehabilitation, from early rehabilitation to long-term recovery.
An extensive library of motivating game-like Augmented Performance Feedback exercises has been designed to train core movement patterns that are commonly used in activities of daily living.
The ArmeoSpring enables therapists to deliver higher training efficiency (more hours per day) thanks to self-directed therapy, which may lead to better long-term outcomes.
Gait and Balance Solutions
The Andago bridges the gap between treadmill-based gait training and free overground walking.
The Andago utilizes mobile robotic technology to sense the patient's movement intention and actively follow while providing dynamic weight support.
With its dynamic body weight support, the Andago assists patients to walk naturally which consequently triggers continuously physiological afferent input.
Fall protections ensures safe training for patient and therapist at all times. Patients train confidently while therapists can focus on creating and maintaining an optimally challenging therapy.