Did you know that you can even carry out an assessment at home? In the following blog we tell you how to do it.
Given the uncertainty generated by the spread of the Coronavirus, many people with mobility problems are unable to rehabilitate themselves. The call of the authorities has been clear: the population should stay at home and take all necessary measures to avoid becoming infected.
In this context, most rehabilitation centers have closed their doors or will close soon. The problem with this fact is that interrupting treatments can be a major setback.
However, at TrainFES we are always looking for new ways to use technology in favor of the recovery of people with paralysis and this time is no exception. That's why we've moved forward with remote assessments. The goal is that no one stops their ability to continue with rehabilitation.
This modality will allow people to clarify whether the TrainFES system works in their particular case and what real advantages it can bring. Most importantly, if there is no response to electrostimulation, the entire program is refunded.
In this infographic you can learn the step by step of our remote evaluation:
Within the rehabilitation process after a Central Nervous System (CNS) injury, early bipedestation is of vital importance.
Cardiovascular accidents and spinal cord injuries require specific therapies. Electrostimulation can be adapted to every need.
In order to speed up his recovery process, he opted for this remote rehabilitation treatment.