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Published on Jul 25, 2011
It is widely accepted that a combination of impairment oriented training with task specific training is essential for enhancing functional recovery. MediTouch provides dedicated rehabilitation systems for upper and lower extremity physical and functional rehabilitation. The HandTutor, LegTutor, ArmTutor and 3DTutor are wearable ergonomic devices that are used with dedicated windows based rehabilitation software and allow physical and occupational therapists use of powerful tools that evaluate and treat hand, elbow and shoulder, hip, knee kinematics joint movement parameters such as range of motion (ROM), speed and accuracy of movement. The systems are indicated for functional physical rehabilitation following neurological and orthopedic injuries such as orthopedic injury and disease, Stroke, Spinal Cord Injury, Traumatic Brain Injury, Cerebral Palsy, Hand Surgery, Brachial Plexus Injuries, Radial and Ulnar nerve injuries, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), Development Co-ordination Syndrome, ADD, and ADHD, knee and hip surgery, muscle weakness, peripheral nerve injury and droop foot. The systems provide objective and quantitative joint movement measurements and customization of exercise tasks to the patients' condition. All the data is documented and saved to the patients electronic file within the system. The system is used for hand, arm, hip, knee and ankle rehabilitation by physical and occupational therapy in hospital and community rehabilitation centers as well as through tele-rehabilitation with the patient in their own home. The interactive program is customized to the patient's motor sensory and cognitive ability and allows for documented tele-rehabilitation with sessions being conducted over the internet. The Tutor devices are safe and reliable, affordable, user friendly with FDA and CE certification. For more information please visit - www.meditouch.co.il Avraham cohen