An innovative robotic device that works in 3 dimensions and is specifically designed to aid in the rehabilitation of upper extremities. Highly recommended for patients who are suffering from stroke or other brain-related injuries.Added value of robotic therapy
Only robotic-assisted therapy can be applied from the very early stage following stroke or injury, when a patient’s affected limb is completely passive. The therapy is highly effective because it guides and motivates patients to return their upper extremities to autonomous movement.
Combining an innovative and proprietary robot-assisted training platform with an in-depth understanding of neurorehabilitation, this system enables greater recovery results than traditional methods. Using the ReoGo, a patient can perform as many as 10 times more repetitions than during an average non-robotic rehab session with a therapist.ReoGo therapy:
- Leads to better treatment outcome—the result of providing more repetitions per session
- Works on a wide spectrum of patients, both sub-acute and chronic
- Addresses various patient conditions by implementing 5 operating modes that gradually increase load and movement complexity
- Enhances patient motivation, using highly effective exercises and engaging games with direct relevance to functional activity
- Provides better therapy management with accurate assessment and analysis of progress
- Enables the better treatment efficacy of customized session planning
The operating modes are guided for passive patients; initiated; step-initiated; follow assist, and free mode for active patients.The ReoGo combines:
- User-friendly exercises
- Intuitive, fully customizable user interface
- Data collection and reporting
- Challenging and functionally relevant games
For maximum results, the ReoGo allows the therapist to customize the exercise pattern, mode of interaction and number of repetitions for each patient. Using this robotic device, the patient engages in repeated goal-oriented tasks leading to improved motor function and reduced impairment.
Exercise patterns use both motor and cognitive tasks designed to improve Range of Motion, muscle strength, muscle tone, speed and accuracy of movements.