Therapists use state-of-the-art equipment to gather data to help patients exercise when they have limited strength, endurance or muscle control. As the patient's strength and skills improve the smart motor automatically adjusts to encourage the patient to do more work while providing visual feedback to the patient and objective information to the therapist.
Motorized rehabilitation may benefit in the the treatment of secondary issues related to:
- Post-stroke deficits
- Muscle re-education
- Parkinson's disease
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Joint replacement and other orthopedic conditions
- COPD and chronic heart failure
- Helping patients early in their recovery process begin to improve function
- Accommodating patients who have difficulty with movement, mobility or paralysis
- Helping increase range of motion, strength, endurance and muscle control
See how Heartland-ManorCare's state-of-the-art equipment can help you get one step closer to home.