Over 1,000 people treated
Currently engaging in research with industry leading institutions
Created for people with different types of motor paralysis, our telerehabilitation platform enables profound interactions at home
Therapists guide patients undergoing treatment to make sure they are carrying out the best exercise plan possible
Our easy-to-use devices provide functional movement to paralyzed limbs by using smart sensors and electrical stimulation; this encourages the activation of neurons and promotes neuroplasticity, ensuring the best therapeutic results
BEST-IN-CLASS PROTOCOLS DEPLOYED COST-EFFECTIVELY
Our therapy protocols are co-developed with the leaders of the industry. Protocols are based on clinical evidence and real-world experience of the best therapists in the world
Therapists teach patients how to do each exercise and provide guidance throughout the patient's rehabilitation journey
OUR CLOUD PLATFORM ENSURES AT-HOME CONTINUITY
TrainFES Cloud is connected to our mobile app, which automatically configures the patient's devices according to their protocol and gives them easy to follow exercises daily
Our patients receive 10X more therapy a year
UNIQUE NATURAL MOTION TECH INCREASES NEUROPLASTICITY
Our FES (functional electrical stimulation) devices enables true natural movement by using closed-loop motion control of paralyzed limbs. We use inertial sensors to track movement, and stimulation to correct muscular activation, thus creating functional motor patterns in patients real-time
This produces the best neuroplasticity results in patients due to the bio-feedback signals being easily comprehensible by the brain
IMPACT ON YOUR CENTER
Easier way to work for your medical team, give them innovation tools and start giving a better rehab
We have already started working with the most important neurorehabilitation institutes in the world, improving the lives of people with motor paralysis
Our commitment is to deliver quality neurorehabilitation to people who need it
Start your journey to recovery today
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