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Armeo®Power

The ArmeoPower enables highly intensive arm rehabilitation in the early stages of recovery. Support automatically adapts to your abilities and offers simultaneous therapy from the shoulder to the fingers. Game-like exercises provide training in activities of daily living, and immediate performance feedback is helpful in motivation and modification of activities for the most effective rehabilitation.

Armeo®Spring

The ArmeoSpring uses an exoskeleton to support the affected extremity (arm/hand). It provides body weight support, allowing you to move more easily and compensate for decreased motor control or neuromuscular weakness. Using virtual reality and games, repetitive motion therapy with the ArmeoSpring is engaging and fun.


SaeboMAS (Mobile Arm Support)

With the SaeboMAS, an exoskeleton supports the affected arm, while calibrated springs provide body weight support. You can move more easily and compensate for decreased motor control or weakness. Repetitive movements improve function of the arm.


RT300 – FES Cycle

The FES Cycle transmits electrical stimulation to your arm muscles. The stimulation cycles on and off, triggering different muscles and causing functional movement. Repetitive arm motions pedal a bicycle for 30 minutes. The goal is that you will then be motivated to create this movement on your own without help from the FES or the motor.


SaeboFlex

The SaeboFlex is an exoskeleton orthosis made of molded plastic and metal hardware that fits around your affected hand. Springs attached to each finger help with extension of the fingers and opening the hand. Repetitive grasping motions are used to retrain the grasp and release process.


Bioness H200

With the Bioness H200, electrical stimulation is transmitted from a machine into your arm muscles. The stimulation cycles on and off, triggering different muscles and causing functional movement. Repetitive grasping and releasing movements are used to retrain use of the hand.


REO Go

Arm movements are guided or assisted by the robot in the REO Go and correspond with a virtual reality interface for engaging therapy. Repetitive reaching motions are used to promote and retrain purposeful movement.


B.I.T.S

The Bioness Integrated Therapy System (BITS) is a motivating therapy platform designed to challenge your physical and cognitive abilities while measuring your progress toward recovery.  BITS’ interactive touchscreen and diverse program options challenge patients to improve performance through the use of visual motor activities, visual and auditory processing, cognitive skills and endurance training.