Move during dialysis.
The new THERA-Trainer bemo can be perfectly used for patients undergoing dialysis who want to engage in more physical activity.
Patients with chronic kidney disease who are on dialysis often experience physical deconditioning due to their reduced physical activity levels. This can lead to a loss of muscle strength and stamina, making it challenging to perform daily activities.
With the bemo cycling program, THERA-Trainer provides a low-impact, safe, and effective exercise solution for patients on dialysis. With adjustable resistance levels and various training programs, patients can work on their strength, endurance, and flexibility to combat fatigue, boost energy and vitality.
The bemo is an ideal training partner for exercise during dialysis. Suitable for all beds and recliners in dialysis. The device has an intuitive operating concept for minimal set-up time, is very safe and easy to disinfect. Motivating therapy games increase patient motivation and satisfaction.
Using the bemo not only makes dialysis services more attractive, it also improves the dialysis centre’s profitability. Healthier patients mean fewer sick days and thus higher bed utilisation. Just a 1% reduction in the hospitalisation rate through exercise during dialysis can lead to an increase in the centre’s profitability.
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 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.
I have been using a THERA-Trainer tigo for a number of years now and, after an enforced break due to the pandemic, I can’t wait to use this equipment regularly again.
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.
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
It is remarkable how much the Parkinson’s patients enjoy exercising on the THERA-Trainer. The motor support makes the movements feel easy again for them – you can read that in their faces.
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.
Researcher, University of Applied Health Sciences, Bochum, Germany
Additional dynamic-assisted standing training is safe and easy to perform with subacute stroke patients.
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.
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.
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.
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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