Configure and train from your own mobile phone or tablet.
Motor, orofacial and pelvic floor rehabilitation.
Control the stimulation with our Biofeedback sensor.
Critical Patient Unit
"Wehave made much more rapid progress in the rehabilitation of stroke patients".
"It isafundamental tool for neurorehabilitation".
"Thetreatment period is shortened".
"Ithas allowed us to accelerate the recovery.
Our device is compatible with various sports equipment regardless of the brand: Active/passive cycle ergometer, exercise bike, treadmill, treadmill, rowing machine and others.
Improved muscle strength, functionality and regulation of spasticity in upper and lower body.
Sensory and motor reduction, promoting safe and efficient swallowing.
Precise stimulation to promote the re-education of pelvic-perineal disorders such as incontinence and sexual functions.
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