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  • robowalk expander applications in locomotion therapy

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    rehabilitation system robowalk® expander.
    How does the new h/p/cosmos robowalk® expander work?
    First, elastic cables are attached to patient´s legs with comfortable leg cuffs. As the patient walks, the cables at the front assist the
    movement of the legs with support. The cables at the rear can be used also as resistance and for gait correction training. Both the front and
    back system can be utilized together for even greater training effects. By adjusting the angle of the support/resistance cables either vertically or
    horizontally, movement correction is possible. The patented tension adjustment module involves readable scales on each cable for tension monitoring.

    h/p/cosmos robowalk and partly additional technologies and methodologies are used by our customers for neurorehabilitation of patients with neurological disorders, movement disorders, gait disorders, in locomotion therapy, central nervous system injuries and neurotrauma, CP cerebral palsy, hemiparesis, paraplegia, tetraplegia, paralysis, muscle weakness, poor coordination, brain stroke patients, improvement of walking symmetry post-stroke, Parkinson's patients, MS Multiple Sklerosis patients, spastic patients, SPI spinal cord injury, TBI traumatic brain injury (also known as intracranial injury), ICP inferior cerebellar peduncle and neuroplasticity (also known as brain plasticity) related rehab, patients with lack of motor coordination, dizziness and difficulty balancing, improvement of neurological function, physiotherapy (physical therapy), recreation therapy, occupational therapy, gait training, gait correction, eccentric training for patellar and various other indications, co-ordination training, functional training, fall prevention training (e.g. „falling of the elderly") and related preventive measures, dynamic balance training, muscle strength exercise, biomechanics, motion analysis, neuroscientific research, treadmill therapy, body weight-supported treadmill training (BWSTT), Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) and knee surgery recovery, disc & joint disorders, posture correction exercise, functional rehabilitation, muscular-skeletal imbalance, orthopaedic neuromuscular post surgical rehab, various common orthopedic indications & problems, treadmill exercise, physical fitness training, endurance treadmill training (TT) and even in athletic performance training. Show less
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