SENIOR LIVING & LONG TERM CARE
By promoting physical activity and exercise, THERA-Trainer can help patients maintain their independence, reduce their risk of falling and improve their overall health and well-being.
As people get older, or suffer a disability, the creeping awareness that everything no longer works as it should catches up with them. Many people in senior housing and long-term care have limited mobility. Uncertainty when walking and the risk of falling become part of the daily routine. The problem includes not only the ability to move independently from place to place, but also functions such as physical and cognitive strength. With THERA-Trainer, those in need of care can take their fitness to a new level and improve their quality of life.
Technology plays a significant role in promoting physical fitness in senior living and long term care. Our advanced cycling and balance training exercise systems are perfectly suited to help patients struggling due to physical weakness, pain, coordination issues, neurological, orthopedic or cardiopulmonary challenges. By combining innovative technologies with clinical protocols and therapeutic approaches, we offer customisable evidence-based programs.
The highly efficient, interactive training device which improves mental and physical performance and reduces the risk of falls. The solution for testing and training cognitive-motor skills.
The motor-assisted stationary e-bike for legs and upper body – a reliable therapeutic „workhorse“ for passive, assisted and active cycling in any setting from clinic to home care.
The small and portable motor-assisted stationary e-bike for legs and upper body – specially designed for flexible use in clinical settings and home care.
The versatile active dynamic balance trainer. Ideally suited to the needs of people able to stand, but with increased fall risk, who suffer from balance and coordination disorders.
Maria Anna Kraxberger, MA
Head of department, Therapy Center Gmundnerberg
The Lyra training optimally supports the patients and the therapists in achieving the rehabilitation goal together. With this equipment, we can make our patients’ gait training more targeted and effective.
Paraplegia affected person
It’s nice to be standing at full body height again. The rehab days in the clinic are exhausting. But giving up is not an option.
Physiotherapist, Managing Director therapy center Rhein Erft
We have coma patients that we put in the dynamic standing trainer. Maybe a bit unusual, but very interesting! Because especially when we bring these patients into the verticalization very important stimuli are given.
Affected person with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
With the THERA-Trainer I have the possibility to train adapted muscles and mobility of legs and arms in case of decreasing strength. I can still do this independently without the support of the electric drive. The device is handy and transportable by rollers, so I can train everywhere in my flat. Am very satisfied and see it as the only way to maintain the arm and leg muscles in the best possible way.
Dipl. Physiotherapist, MSc. movement and sport gerontology
The intervention with the BALANCE-Trainer system is well feasible for stroke patients living at home. The training can show an improvement in balance and mobility.
Dr. med. Stephanie A Bridenbaugh
Head of Department Basel Mobility Center
Felix Platter Hospital relies on state-of-the-art methods not only in diagnostics, but also in therapy. For several years now, the end-effector gait trainer lyra has been used in gait rehabilitation, allowing therapists and patients to benefit from the advantages of modern gait rehabilitation robotics.
Physiotherapist, Clinical specialist Parkinson’s disease
Especially people who particularly enjoyed cycling before their illness can be easily motivated to train with the THERA-Trainer.
BSc. Physiotherapy, Aatal Clinic Wünnenberg
Since walking, linked to independence, is a central goal of almost all neurological patients, the gait lab experiences a high acceptance in the therapy process.
Physical Therapist, MSc. Neurorehabilitation
For training upper body strength and endurance and thus also the shoulder muscles and connection to the trunk muscles, training with the THERA-Trainer upper body trainer is recommended on a regular basis.
Occupational therapist, clinical expert
Thanks to the possibility of computer technology, training can now be very specific. Patients receive immediate feedback on the execution of movements and are motivated to improve their own physical condition through active training.
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