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The THERA-Trainer bemo is a 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.

 

THERA-Trainer bemo

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Wake up and move.

An award-winning system for early mobilisation.

Latest research recommends early mobilisation from day one, but due to a lack of time and staff, therapy is often not possible, too late, or not sufficient.

 

The bemo ensures that patients are able to gain movement efficiently whilst still bed-bound. Training can be active with muscle power, assisted or passive with motor support.

 

The in-bed cycling program improves strength, cardiovascular fitness and metabolism – for better outcomes and reduced length of ICU and hospital stay.

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Safe and powerful.

Safe and powerful training thanks to the latest technology.

The THERA-Trainer bemo has a new, safe and powerful drive technology without shearing points, for active, assisted and passive training. Including snap-on accessories and range of movement detection. The system makes safe therapy as easy as child’s play: It supports with an additional sensor for distance detection between trainer and patient, audio-visual signals and an optical positioning aid – so that patients are always safe.

Safe, easy, effective & affordable.

The THERA-Trainer bemo is a high quality, innovative rehabilitation technology device with award-winning design. You want to make your own THERA-Trainer in the clinic, practice or at home? Arrange a free demo now.

Move: now.

Do you have any questions? Our clinical experts will be pleased to advise you at any time.
 

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Features you’ll love.

THERA-Trainer bemo can be easily wheeled from bed to bed. A patented portal design allows use for almost all bed types, but still requires little space. Patients can train legs and upper body in a recumbent or semi-recumbent position – no transfer is needed.

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Quick and easy setup

In less than 2 minutes, with electric portal height adjustment and patented quick-release swaps.

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Optimal hygiene concept

Easy to clean and disinfect, thanks to its completely enclosed design.

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High-tech safety

With audio-visual safety sensors, crank-less design and emergency stop.

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Intuitive control

Important training parameters such as speed, resistance and duration can be adjusted at any time.

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Latest drive technology

Extremely smooth motor with twice the power (up to 250 watts) compared to most other products of this class.

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Mobile use concept

Rolls from bed to bed, with direct access over the bed foot end (no patient transfer required).

Motivating.

Combined with THERA-soft, virtual reality training motivates and challenges patients to achieve their goals in a fun and enjoyable way. For therapists, the software provides objective measurements and meaningful training reports.

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What is the THERA-Trainer bemo?

The THERA-Trainer bemo is a special cycling product designed to allow patients to exercise in a lying position. This makes the device particularly suitable for use in the area of early mobilisation, e.g. in intensive care units. Or in dialysis, where patients are not allowed to stand up for several hours and can hardly move.

How much does a THERA-Trainer bemo cost?

Depending on the configuration and required accessories, the costs for a THERA-Trainer bemo can vary. 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.

Which configuration of the THERA-Trainer bemo is right for me?

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.

In which settings the THERA-Trainer bemo can be used?

The THERA-Trainer bemo is especially used in the following settings:
 

  • Hospitals (Acute & Intensive care)
  • Stroke units
  • Inpatient rehabilitation clinics
  • Outpatient rehabilitation centers
  • MS centers
  • Long term care facilities
  • Elderly care homes
  • Gyms

 

For which clinical conditions, indications is the THERA-Trainer bemo suitable?

The THERA-Trainer bemo is used by patients with the following clinical conditions and indications:

 

  • Stroke (apoplexy, hemiplegia, cerebral haemorrhage)
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Multiple sclerosis (MS)
  • Paraplegia (paraplegia, tetraplegia)
  • Muscle diseases (muscular dystrophy, muscular atrophy)
  • Craniocerebral injuries
  • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
  • Apallic syndrome (coma vigil, aphasia)
  • Infantile cerebral palsy
  • Polio syndrome
  • Guillain Barré Syndrome (GBS)
  • Polyneuropathy (e.g. due to canal spinal stenosis)
  • Rheumatism, arthrosis, arthritis
  • Knee and hip TEP
  • and for many other clinical pictures with movement restrictions.

 

What is the minimum activity level for training with the THERA-Trainer bemo?

The THERA-Trainer bemo can be used for severely affected patients e.g. in acute or intensive care who cannot yet be mobilized out from the bed. However, an indication for training should always first be determined by the physician or therapist and subsequently accompanied.

What therapy goals are usually pursued with the THERA-Trainer bemo?

The therapy goals that are usually pursued with the THERA-Trainer bemo can vary depending on the individual needs and abilities of the patient. However, here are some typical therapy goals that are targeted with the THERA-Trainer bemo:

 

Improving mobility: the THERA-Trainer bemo can be used to improve patients’ ability to move. This includes strengthening muscles, improving joint mobility, and promoting coordination and balance.
Restoring motor function: following a stroke, spinal cord injury or other neurological condition, THERA-Trainer bemo can be used to restore motor skills. This may include the ability to perform certain movements, such as reaching for objects or walking.

 

Increasing endurance: The THERA-Trainer bemo can be used to improve patients’ cardiovascular fitness and endurance. Targeted training on the device can improve physical performance and increase resilience.
Increasing strength: The THERA-Trainer bemo can also be used for resistance training to improve patients’ muscle strength.

 

Spasticity and Pain management: For patients with spasticity and chronic pain, the THERA-Trainer bemo can be used to provide exercise therapy that can help to relieve. Controlled movements and targeted training can relax muscles and reduce pain.

 

Promoting independence in everyday life: An important therapy goal with the THERA-Trainer bemo is to promote independence and autonomy in everyday life. This can include improving the ability to get around independently, perform daily activities such as dressing or cooking, and improving overall quality of life.

 

However, it is important to note that therapy goals are tailored to the individual patient and should be determined in consultation with the treating therapist.

How does the bemo differ from the other THERA-Trainer Cycling products?

THERA-Trainer bemo is special because it is designed for training in a lying or semi-lying position. This is essentially the difference from the other THERA-Trainer Cycling products, such as the THERA-Trainer tigo and THERA-Trainer mobi, which are exclusively designed for training in a sitting position.

How is the THERA-Trainer bemo different from other Cycling products on the market?

The special feature of the THERA-Trainer bemo, compared to other bed bikes, is the unique portal system. It allows the trainer to be driven over the bed or a couch from behind in a particularly easy and space-saving way. In addition, the control is completely electronic. This saves time and energy. As a big plus the bemo has various built-in safety functions, such as optical sensors and emergency stops, which make training safe, especially in sensitive areas such as intensive care units or dialysis. Because of its closed surfaces, the bemo is also very easy to clean and desinfect.

How THERA-Trainer bemo fits into the THERA-Trainer complete solution concept?

The THERA-Trainer bemo can be a valuable component of a THERA-Trainer complete solution in many clinical and non-clinical settings and can be excellently combined with other products from the Cycling line, as well as with products of our Standing & Balancing and Gait 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.

Can the THERA-Trainer bemo also be used in combination with therapy devices from other manufacturers?

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.

What kind of support can I expect?

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.

What customers say about THERA-Trainer

Anne Boese
BSc. Physiotherapy, Aatal Clinic Wünnenberg

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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.

Jürgen Winkler
Paraplegic after swimming accident

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From the moment I first started using a wheelchair, the THERA-Trainer has been a constant training device. I first encountered it in the hospital. I then had it prescribed so that I could train at home. In particular I use the cranks for my upper body and arms, so that I can actively maintain and build up my remaining muscles. I try to train with the tigo several times a week.

Martin Felgentreu
Physiotherapist, Clinical specialist Parkinson’s disease

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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.

Dr. Hermann Moser, MSc.
Medical Director Therapy Center Gmundnerberg

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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.

Hannah L.

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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!

Dr. med. Stephanie A Bridenbaugh
Head of Department Basel Mobility Center

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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.

Maria Anna Kraxberger, MA
Head of department, Therapy Center Gmundnerberg

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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.

Janine Ehlers
Speech and language therapist, occupational therapist and specialist for vegetative states

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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.

Janine Ehlers
Speech and language therapist, occupational therapist and specialist for vegetative states

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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.

Sabine Lamprecht
Physical Therapist, MSc. Neurorehabilitation

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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.

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