Here’s the concept and the idea behind our robotic exercise devices:

There are three modes for the devices:

  • Passive Wrist, Ankle and Elbow Exercises
  • Active Exercises for the Arms and Legs
  • Resistance Exercises

Passive exercises

It is applied to those who have loss of movement or contraction (spasticity) in the relevant area.
This situation occurs more often in cases of brain damage (e.g. cerebral palsy, stroke).
Passive movements are performed very slowly and for a long time.
Passive exercises are also applied to individuals with limited mobility after fracture.

Active assisted exercises
There is a sensor that measures how much power is applied to the relevant area.
The individual sees how actively he can participate on the screen where the data received from these sensors is reflected.
Since you exercise with more active participation, there is an increase in active movement in the relevant area.

Resistance exercises
These are exercises aimed at accelerating and strengthening neuroplasticity in the area where the studied area is represented in the brain.
The power range we want the individual to apply is entered on the screen. When the individual applies force above or below this power range, the system gives an audible and visual warning.
In order for the individual to maintain this power range, the brain must give many orders to that area.
In this way, both the strengthening of the muscles and the increase in the speed of command transmission from the brain to the muscle occur.

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