Photo Gallery: Training, physical therapy and occupational therapy at the REHACARE -- REHACARE Trade Fair

Photo Gallery: Training, physical therapy and occupational therapy at the REHACARE

Exercise keeps us fit not only in old age. After surgery or an injury physical and occupational therapy can also contribute significantly to recovery. In addition to exercise equipment, certain forms of therapy pay special attention to correct movement sequences. Have a look at our photo gallery to see what REHACARE offers this year.

Photo: G-EO System by Reha Technology; Copyright: beta-web/Schmitz
The G-EO System by Reha Technology allows to go through each way of walking in real time. The special thing here is the realistic simulation of ascending and descending stairs.
Photo: Mini Massage Roller by Azuni International; Copyright: beta-web/Schmitz
Whether sitting, standing, or lying down. The Mini Massage Roller by Azuni International is multifunctional and massages hands, arms or feet as needed.
Photo: Thera Tramp by Sport Thieme; Copyright: beta-web/Schmitz
The Thera Tramp by Sport Thieme is a trampoline on which the protective sheath is sewn directly onto the elastic sheet. This decreases the risk of falling between the metal frame and the protective cover.
Photo: MOTOmed letto2 by Reck-Technik GmbH; Copyright: beta-web/Schmitz
The MOTOmed letto2 Evo by Reck-Technik GmbH can be used in intensive care and for patients in a vegetative state lying down as well as sitting. Among other things it shortenes the duration of assisted respiration and the hospital stays in intensive care units.
Photo: Chain Weighted Vest by Somna; Copyright: beta-web/Schmitz
The Chain Weighted Vest by Somna stimulates the upper part of the body in active situations. It can be worn with different weight sizes under and over the clothing.
Photo: Easy Stand standing excerciser by moso GmbH; Copyright: beta-web/Schmitz
The Easy Stand standing excerciser products by Moso GmbH help wheelchair users to strengthen their hip muscles. Because they can do no sport while standing up, they use their arms to also train the rest of the body.
Photo: Ekso GT by ekso Bionic; Copyright: beta-web/Schmitz
People with neurological paralysis of the lower extremities are able to get up and walk by using the Ekso GT from Ekso Bionics. It helps these patients to learn a correct step pattern and a correct weight shift again.
Photo: Robot Jaco by ORFORMED; Copyright: beta-web/Schmitz
People with limited or missing arm / hand function are able to perform daily tasks with the Robot Jaco. The product from ORFORMED is attached to the wheelchair or the desk and can be operated by joystick or by pushing a button.
Photo: Barefootshoe by Leguano; Copyright: beta-web/Schmitz
The Barefootshoe by Leguano helps to avoid knee, feet or back problems. The flexible outer sole is slip-resistant and stable so that it can even resist sharp objects.
Photo: Thermofit pro by swiss engineering; Copyright: beta-web/Schmitz
The Thermofit pro by swiss engineering helps among other things in burning fat and increasing performance. With its compact dual motor technology it can be used as a side alternating training device as well as a vibration training device.

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