TRAINFES is technology for neuro rehabilitation

TRAINFES is technology for neuro rehabilitation


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


Contact us to quote for an implementation in your institution.

Telerehab model, ambulatory, post-critical, ICU

Referring physicians

Dr. Cherie Gutierrez

"Wehave made much more rapid progress in the rehabilitation of stroke patients".

Dr. Cherie Gutierrez

Physiatrist Physiatrist Director of the Dávila Clinic Management Department

Dr. Raul Smith

"It isafundamental tool for neurorehabilitation".

Dr. Raul Smith

Physiatrist, Teleton Physiatrist, Clínica Alemana

Dr. Carolina Rivera

"Thetreatment period is shortened".

Dr. Carolina Rivera

Physiatrist Physiatrist President Chilean Society of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Milton Morgado

"Ithas allowed us to accelerate the recovery.

Milton Morgado

Clinical Teaching Kinesiologist Hospital San José de Maipo (MINSAL referent)

with other equipment

Our device is compatible with various sports equipment regardless of the brand: Active/passive cycle ergometer, exercise bike, treadmill, treadmill, rowing machine and others.

Energy to revolutionise rehabilitation

Motor skills

Motor skills

Improved muscle strength, functionality and regulation of spasticity in upper and lower body.



Sensory and motor reduction, promoting safe and efficient swallowing.

Pelvic Floor

Pelvic Floor

Precise stimulation to promote the re-education of pelvic-perineal disorders such as incontinence and sexual functions.

Scientific Evidence FES

Alarcón A. Sebastián, Sánchez O. Barbara, Manzur V Hachi, Torres E Julio. Effects of a therapy based on bimanual activation functional electrical stimulation combined with electromyographic biofeedback training on the motor function of the paretic upper extremity in subjects with stroke sequelae. Revista chilena de neuro-psiquiatría. 2020 Jun; 58( 2 ): 150-160.

Gil-Castillo J, Alnajjar F, Koutsou A, Torricelli D, Moreno JC. Advances in neuroprosthetic management of foot drop: a review. Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation. 2020 Dec;17(1):1-9.

Taylor MJ, Schils S, Ruys AJ. Home FES: an exploratory review. European Journal of Translational Myology. 2019 Oct 29;29(4).

Luo S, Xu H, Zuo Y, Liu X, All AH. A review of functional electrical stimulation treatment in spinal cord injury. Neuromolecular medicine. 2020 Jan 8:1-7.

Howlett OA, Lannin NA, Ada L, McKinstry C. Functional electrical stimulation improves activity after stroke: a systematic review with meta-analysis. Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation. 2015 May 1;96(5):934-43.

Medrinal C, Combret Y, Prieur G, Quesada AR, Bonnevie T, Gravier FE, Lozeron ED, Frenoy E, Contal O, Lamia B. Comparison of exercise intensity during four early rehabilitation techniques in sedated and ventilated patients in ICU: a randomised cross-over trial. Critical care. 2018 Dec;22(1):110.

Embrey DG, Alon G, Brandsma BA, Vladimir F, Silva A, Pflugeisen BM, Amoroso PJ. Functional electrical stimulation improves quality of life by reducing intermittent claudication. International journal of cardiology. 2017 Sep 15;243:454-9.

Article: Bobath Under Fire

M Hosiasson, M Rigotti-Thompson, J P Appelgren-Gonzalez, F Covarrubias-Escudero, B Urzua, P Barria, R Aguilar

Effective neuro-rehabilitation in less time


  • Stimulation channels
  • 2 to 6 muscle groups
  • Modalities
  • Intelligent gait, active gait, sensor, bike, rowing, programmable matrix (standing, reach, trunk, pelvic floor and others)
  • Battery life
  • 8 hours of continuous use (rechargeable battery via USB)
  • Waveform
  • biphasic symmetrical compensated squared
  • Intensity
  • 0 - 130 mA
  • Frequency
  • 0 - 60 Hz
  • Pulse width
  • 0 - 400 μs
  • Wireless communication
  • Bluetooth 5.0