Gait Trainer GT II

«Learning to walk by walking» - the mantra of Prof. Dr. S. Hesse, a pionieer in gait therapy, is still valid and scientifically supported by many studies with the Gait Trainer GT I. The Gait Trainer GT II is based on the GT I and now offers a convenient user interface, a comfortable and easy-to-use electric lifter and a modern, yet cost effective gait training based on the well proven end-effector principle.

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The FLOAT offers an ideal flexible and multidirectional overground gait and balance training. Adjustable body weight support and a full 3-dimensional freedom to exercise with tailored training programs for the patient along with the safety of fall prevention helps a patient to train at higher intensity and thus regain gait and balance capabilities faster after stroke or incomplete paraplegia.

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The Bi-Manu-Track enables patients to perform a repetitive training of underarm pro- and -supination and exercises to train wrist flexion and extension. The bilateral and distal approach supports the relearning of movements due to a strong cerebral stimulation. The ability to perform all exercises symmetrically or mirrored and to adjust amplitude, speed and resistance to the needs and abilities of your patients has proven to result in significant improvement of the ability to move hands and arms while also increasing muscular strength.

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The Reha-Digit fills a gap in the rehabilitation of the upper extremity with the treatment of plegic fingers. It builds on successful experiences gained in the implementation of the distal approach in order to reach the most extensive restoration of sensory and motor capabilities of patients. We support this path, especially through the mobilization of the fingers, to effectively counteract the shortening of the relevant muscles.

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The Bi-Manu-Trainer supports patients with sensory-motor and cognitive impairment during rehabilitation. It provides uni- and bi-manual training exercises with focus on visuomotor finger, hand and arm coordination using sophisticated sensor technology and virtual reality based games. The training software keeps patient motivation up and allows high training intensity without permanent therapist assistance.

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