Photo gallery: REHACARE in motion

Mobility means quality of life. So it is no wonder that over 400 exhibitors present various products concerning mobility aids. In our photo gallery, we are showing a variety of all the things the trade fair halls of REHACARE have to offer this year.

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Image: Man is sitting on a recumbent bike; Copyright: beta-web/Schmitz
The recumbent trike for paraplegics and quadriplegics is used as a piece of sports equipment. It is off-road capable, equipped with disc brakes and has, because of its engine, a good climbing ability.
Image: Growing walking aid for children; Copyright: beta-web/Schmitz
The 'Boogie Drive' from SORG is continuously adjustable. The frames can be replaced, so that it can be adapted to the individual size. The treatment of upright posture allows a balanced and controlled exposure of the whole musculature and an encounter at eye level.
Image: Dummy on a recumbent bike; Copyright: beta-web/Schmitz
The continuously adjustable tricycle 'Gekko fxs' from HP Velotechnik is suitable for children and adolescents. It can be adjusted individually, is equipped with special pedals in children's sizes and is suitable even for beginners thanks to its absolute stability.
Image: Man on a segway wheel chair; Copyright: beta-web/Schmitz
The outdoor wheelchair by Freee offers more mobility. It is all-terrain usable, you can tour with him through the forest, sand, snow or grass. It is equipped with an electronic support system and can be individually adjusted in seat height, seat width and foot height.
Image: ; Copyright: beta-web/Schmitz
The Heymer push of HEYMER is an electric brake and pushing aid for accompanying persons. Equipped with a tool that pushes it to the ground, also uneven roads and hilly terrain are no longer a problem. The Heymer push can be attached to any wheelchair and can simply be attached and detached.
Image: Wakeboard ; Copyright: beta-web/Schmitz
The wakeboard from tessier is suitable for both beginners and advanced. The height and angle of the seat can be individually customized and the low weight allows the wakeboard frame to be easily transported.
Image: Man with exoskeleton; Copyright: beta-web/Schmitz
The exoskeleton of ReWalk can be used for home therapy. Patients are trained to walk autonomously using the exoskeleton. The speed can be adjusted individually and also stair climbing is possible after intensive training.
Image: Girl in a walking aid; Copyright: beta-web/Schmitz
The walking trainer 'Dynamic Pacer' of Schuchmann can be used as an adjunct therapy. Through its multipositional saddle it simulates the three-dimensionality of pace very good.
Image: Markus Rehm is holding his below-knee prosthesis; Copyright: beta-web/Schmitz
Paralympics champion Markus Rehm introduces his costum made sports prosthesis of rahm. Equipped with spikes, they are perfectly suited for running in the stadium.
Image: Woman is sitting on a handbike; Copyright: beta-web/Schmitz
The manual handcycle Speedy can be combined thanks to it special mid-engine with a variety of circuits. It can be folded and easily transported.