Intensive & acute care
Wake up and move.
For Intensive- and acute care settings, THERA-Trainer offers the latest technologies for in-bed cycling and early mobilisation.
There is substantial evidence that supports the role of early mobilisation of critically ill patients. In-bed cycling and early verticalisation within the ICU are proven to reduce length of hospital stay. With the THERA-Trainer early mobility program you make it work – not only for patients but also for clinicians.
The medical benefits associated with early mobility interventions can also translate to economic benefits. Recent clinical research suggests that implementing an early mobility protocol can lead to a potential cost saving of an average of 7% per patient in critical care.
The robotic-assisted in-bed cycling trainer for early mobilisation in intensive and acute care for legs or upper body. Also used for training during dialysis.
The dynamic standing frame for postural control and balance training in a fall-safe environment. Suitable for all patients, even those unable to stand. Designed for daily use in clinics and at home.
Hospital virus after a knee operation with pneumonia in both lungs and artificial coma
When I was allowed to go home after rehabilitation, I was able to use a THERA-Trainer right away. I exercised with the device two or three times a day and after a short time I was able to walk on my own again. As a result of the exercise, my condition improved to such an extent that I no longer required the artificial oxygen supply.
Physiotherapist, MSc. Neurorehabilitation
Effective balance training in rehabilitation is of great importance for regaining maximum independence and mobility in everyday life.
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.
As a powered wheelchair user, the tigo helps me to move both my arms and legs and improve my strength and fitness. When I use it, I can feel my heart rate being raised and I am hoping that it will allow me to regain some of the mobility I have recently lost. The number of adjustments mean that people with many different levels of ability can use a THERA-Trainer. This is adaptive and accessible fitness for all the family!
Physical Therapist, MSc. Neurorehabilitation
One advantage of training with the THERA-Trainer is that the training stimulus can be set sufficiently high and frequently at home, as it makes perfect sense to train daily or better three times a day.
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.
Speech and language therapist, occupational therapist and specialist for vegetative states
The option to work statically, as a pure standing device, or dynamically, as a balance trainer, allows an individual adaptation of the training situation to the respective daily condition and the therapy progress of the patient.
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.
Researcher, University of Applied Health Sciences, Bochum, Germany
Additional dynamic-assisted standing training is safe and easy to perform with subacute stroke patients.
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.
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