The THERA-Trainer lyra is an outstanding robotic end-effector gait trainer for in- and outpatient rehabiliation – the safe, easy, effective and affordable robot-assisted way to help patients get back
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Who wants to learn to walk – needs to walk. This is where traditional gait therapy reaches its limits: The methods are physically demanding, time-consuming and inefficient. The benefits of robotic gait training are obvious.
According to the latest research, training with the endeffector gait trainer can prevent one in eight walking impairments.
Easy handling and fast patient transfer make the lyra the perfect workhorse for gait therapy. Consequently many therapy sessions per day can be done with just 1 therapist needed to run the lyra. The absolute focus on what you really need means we can offer our gait robotic system lyra at a comparatively low cost.
Only a natural walking movement will stimulate the patients’ muscle memory, thereby giving them an excellent chance of learning to walk again. The THERA-Trainer lyra creates the human gait pattern with the help of patented technology that can be adapted to each patient within seconds.
Features you’ll love.
A dynamic body weight support system and pelvic stabilisers mean that even severely affected patients are given the support they need. Less affected patients benefit from maximum degrees of freedom and gait speed.
Extremely easy to use
Easy to operate with only 1 therapist, even for severely affected patients. Staff can be trained to use the lyra in less than 1 hour.
Fast to set up
Set up in less than 3 minutes thanks to ground-level access. Highest net therapy time. No complex orthotics.
Maximum gait speed
Up to 100 steps per min with versatile adjustability in step length and walking speed for high repetitions.
Natural gait pattern
The patented, physiological gait pattern is unique in its class and enables the greatest possible quality of movement.
Built-in safety features
With sensors, light barriers and emergency stop buttons for maximum patient and therapist safety.
Adjustment of walking speed above a certain threshold depending on the patient’s activity level.
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The THERA-Trainer lyra is a static electromechanical gait trainer that works according to the end-effect principle. This means that two motor-driven flow plates simulate the natural walking pattern and thus enable high-intensity, repetitive gait training for neurological and geriatric patients.
There are different investment models for the THERA-Trainer lyra. The price also varies depending on the equipment and accessories. We will gladly advise you to find out which configuration you need and make you an individual offer. As an alternative to purchasing, we also offer attractive rental and leasing models for our equipment.
This depends very much on the area of application and the patient clientele. Get in touch with us! Our clinical application specialists and product consultants have a lot of experience and can define the right setup with you based on your requirements.
The THERA-Trainer lyra is especially used in the following settings:
The THERA-Trainer tigo is used by patients with the following clinical conditions and indications:
Patients must at least be able to mobilise out of bed. However, they do not have to be able to stand or walk independently. But they need to be able to sit and rest in supported standing for prolonged periods without significant circulatory decline. The patient is secured against falls by a belt during the entire treatment process. However, an indication for training should always first be determined by the physician or therapist and subsequently accompanied.
There are several benefits associated with THERA-Trainer lyra electromechanical gait training:
Enhanced motor recovery: Gait training with the THERA-Trainer lyra can help individuals relearn and improve their walking ability following neurological conditions such as stroke, spinal cord injury, or brain injury. The repetitive, task-specific movements facilitated by these devices can stimulate neuroplasticity and promote motor recovery.
Improved gait pattern and coordination: THERA-Trainer lyra can assist in correcting abnormal gait patterns and promoting more efficient and coordinated walking. The gait trainer provides support, stability, and guidance during the walking process, helping individuals regain a more natural gait.
Increased walking speed and endurance: Gait training with the THERA-Trainer lyra can help individuals gradually increase their walking speed and endurance over time. By providing controlled support and reducing the effort required for walking, the device allows for longer training sessions and the ability to challenge and improve cardiovascular fitness.
Reduced risk of falls: By providing support and stability, electromechanical gait training with lyra can reduce the risk of falls during gait training sessions. This is particularly beneficial for individuals with balance impairments or those who are at a higher risk of falls due to their condition.
Customizable assistance: THERA-Trainer lyra offers adjustable levels of assistance, allowing therapists to tailor the amount of support provided to each individual’s specific needs. This adaptability enables a progressive training program, gradually reducing the assistance as the person’s walking ability improves.
Increased motivation and engagement: THERA-Trainer lyra incorporates interactive features and feedback mechanisms, making the training sessions more engaging and motivating. This can help individuals stay focused, committed, and motivated throughout their rehabilitation process.
It is important to note that the specific benefits of electromechanical gait training may vary depending on the individual’s condition, the device used, and the guidance of a trained healthcare professional. Each person’s rehabilitation program should be tailored to their specific needs and goals.
THERA-Trainer lyra is simple, effective and affordable. The gait trainer has been developed in such a way that all features are geared towards quick setup and maximum usability. Complex additional features, which cost a lot of money and usually offer little added value, have been deliberately omitted. Patients who depend on an electromechanical gait trainer only have one goal: to be able to walk again. And that is exactly what lyra optimally supports patients and therapists to do.
The THERA-Trainer lyra can be a valuable component of a THERA-Trainer complete solution in many clinical and non-clinical settings and can be excellently combined with products of our Cycling and Standing & Balancing line. Explore our Professional Focus Areas to get a better understanding of our Complete Solutions for the lower levels of rehabilitation.
With our THERA-Trainer complete solution, we help you transform our THERA-Trainer devices into an evidence-based, clinically proven treatment concept for lower extremities. The use of our THERA-Trainers simplifies therapists’ work, maximises patients’ outcomes and can be implemented economically and sustainably.
However, instead of arguing with a package deal here, we prefer to tailor your individual THERA-Trainer solution according to your specific needs and circumstances. We agree on milestones and KPIs together. And we take our time for analysis, planning and implementation. Contact us and let our specialists advise you individually.
Of course. Naturally, THERA-Trainer products are perfectly matched in terms of their functionality and interoperability. But they can also be used in combination with other existing equipment or equipment from a different manufacturer. Depending on the specific use case, this may even make sense. We have close collaborations with some manufacturers of other products, which allows you to benefit from special offers and bundled deals. Get in Touch with us. We would be happy to provide information on this and share our experience from customer projects.
THERA-Trainer’s award-winning support team is always at your side to help with all questions. From advice on the appropriate THERA-Trainer in the right configuration, to financing and reimbursement options, as well as assistance if something doesn’t work the way you want it to. The only thing we wish is, get in touch with us. We are looking forward to hear from you.
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.
Researcher, University of Applied Health Sciences, Bochum, Germany
Additional dynamic-assisted standing training is safe and easy to perform with subacute stroke patients.
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
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.
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.
Speech and language therapist, occupational therapist and specialist for vegetative states
THERA-Trainer offers therapists, caregivers and trained relatives the possibility to carry out efficient, energy-saving standing training without provoking fear of falling in 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.
Physical Therapist, MSc. Neurorehabilitation
Training on an active-passive movement trainer, such as the THERA-Trainer, trains the foot lifter, hip flexor and quadriceps muscle in a targeted manner and is therefore a specific, useful training for MS patients in all stages of the disease, not only for contracture prophylaxis and spasticity reduction.
Dr. Hermann Moser, MSc.
Medical Director Therapy Center Gmundnerberg
We are delighted to be one of the first facilities in Austria providing therapy with the lyra. The implementation of end effector robotics is an important step in the overall care of our patients and enables state-of-the-art gait rehabilitation.
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