for your patients



for your patients

Our methodology uses the best evidence-based technology

We work with the best 
neuro-rehab institutions
on cutting edge research:


Neuroplasticity with
evidence based medicine

Scientific evidence shows that neurorehabilitation with TRAINFES delivers
more and better therapeutic outcomes for different kinds of pathologies.



Telehealth delivered therapy increases patients therapeutic loads at home¹

Digital therapies are becoming more and more common thanks to the access to technology and internet. Innovation has taken a fundamental role in how to integrate into the lifestyle of people, being a solution to be at everyone’s fingertips. The telerehabilitation is a fundamental pillar in digital therapies, as it supports the patient’s accompaniment, providing the human factor that collaborates in the best performance of neurorehabilitation of each patient.


Patients who use FES in their neuro-rehab obtain better results²

Throughout time, electrostimulation has been used as a rehabilitation method for different pathologies: spinal cord injuries, stroke, muscular atrophy, etc., since there is strong evidence of its multiple benefits, such as increased range of motion or muscle strength.


The use of functional electrostimulation in spasticity improves functionality and quality of life³

Each muscle activation through functional electrostimulation supports neuroplasticity. The brain interprets these movements through neural connections. In the case of spasticity, exercise and support with FES further improves muscle tension and stiffness, decreasing uncontrollable muscle spasms, fatigue and other problems. Reducing spasticity can improve the performance of daily activities such as walking, sitting and sleeping.

Which diagnosis can be treated with TRAINFES?








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your patients

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quality of life

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NeuroRehab Platform

Created for people with different types of motor paralysis, our telerehabilitation platform is unique, as it supports our patients through their home-based therapy with the guidance of our experts. Based on neurplasticity enhancing principles training with FES enhances outcomes by improving motor learning.

Before and After


TRAINFES Worldwide

We have already started working with the most important neurorehabilitation 
institutes in the world, improving the lives of people with motor paralysis.

Teleton Chile - Case Study

Teletón is one of the most important rehabilitation institutions in Chile, year after year money is collected to cover the rehabilitation of thousands of children in the country.

TRAINFES is currently working with the 14 Teletón institutes, distributed throughout the Chilean territory.

TRAINFES Center - Case Study

Characterization of the patients who entered into the brain injury program in the period between October 2022 and March 2023 in TRAINFES Center. 

The study was carried out on a total of 99 users.

UIC - Ongoing Study

The University of Chicago is one of the foremost universities in the United States. UIC Neurology and Rehabilitation has a long history of research and is in the forefront of patient care and research with outstanding training programs. 

UIC have one of the most important rehabilitation center, the “Cognitive Motor Balance Rehabilitation Laboratory”, where Dr. Rakhi Thambi is studing TRAINFES results in some of her patients.


TRAINFES Worldwide

Our goal is to deliver quality neuro-rehab to all people and to provide our unique training system, with user’s autonomy and self management as powerful tools to gain better outcomes

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1 Digital Therapeutics: Emerging New Therapy for Neurologic Deficits after Stroke, 2019 – Mi Joo Choi, Hana Kim, Hyun-Wook Nah and Dong-Wha Kang. 
Spasticity in neurological pathology. Update on pathophysiological mechanisms, adv, 2020 – M.P. Sáinz-Pelayo, S. Albu, N. Murillo, J. Benito-Penalva.
3 TRAINFES intern study, 2023
Functional Electrical Stimulation – Upper Extremity, 2010 –  Jamie Bitensky, MSc. OT; Nicol Korner-Bitensky, Ph. D OT & Upper-extremity functional electric stimulation-assisted exercises on a workstation in the subacute phase of stroke recovery, 2007 –  Jan Kowalczewski 1, Valeriya Gritsenko, Nigel Ashworth, Peter Ellaway, Arthur Prochazka