ARMEO

Armeo® provides an upper limb rehabilitator the means to train and strenghten the movement and gripping skills of the arm by using the remaining neuromuscular control.

The properties of the Armeo® therapy concept are weight reduction of the arm, Augmented Performance Feedback, assessment tools and modular therapy concept which includes three products for different stages of the rehabilitation

1. ARMEO®POWER – ROBOT ASSISTED UPPER LIMB REHABILITATION
2. ARMEO®SPRING – WEIGHT REDUCTED REHABILITATION OF THE UPPER LIMB AND ARM
3. ARMEO®BOOM – WEIGHT REDUCTED REHABILITATION OF THE UPPER LIMB

Get to know the references:

Laakso hospital department of occupational therapy, Helsinki (ArmeoSpring)
Read more... (FysioNews 1/2014)

Kankaanpää wellness center (ArmeoSpring)
Read more... (FysioNews 3/2013)

Kyyhkylä rehabilitation and wellness center, Mikkeli (ArmeoBoom)
Read more... (FysioNews 1/2013)

Armeo® therapy concept

WEIGHT REDUCTION OF THE ARM
• Frees remaining functionality
• Enables large 3D function area
• Liikkeen avustus (ArmeoPower)

AUGMENTED PERFORMANCE FEEDBACK
• Enables motivating unprompted exercises
•  Brings together functionality and fun

ASSESSMENT TOOLS
• Analysis and documentation of the patient's improvement

MODULAR THERAPY CONCEPT
• Optimal rehabilitation through the whole rehabilitation chain

MANOVO®SPRING
• grip training expansion for the ArmeoSpring/Power device
• assists in extending the spastic arm
• the movements are integrated in exercises


Read more from the English website of Armeo®
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ARMEO®POWER
• for rehabilitators who have difficult movement constraints and/or inactive muscles in the upper limb

ARMEO®SPRING
• for rehabilitators who have little activity in the upper limb

ARMEO®BOOM
• for rehabilitators who have slight constraints in the functionality of the upper limb

MANOVO®SPRING
• grip training expansion for the ArmeoSpring /Power device
• assists in extending the spastic arm
• the movements are integrated in exercises

 

The ArmeoSpring is specifically suited for patients who are beginning to regain active movement of the arm and hand, and has already proved to be successful in many clinics worldwide.

 

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