Specialised equipment for therapy is available in the inpatient wards and Active Recovery and Therapy Centre for patients who are assessed to be suitable.
AlterG is a specialised treadmill system that combines weight support and video feedback to restore and build muscle strength, range of motion, balance, function and fitness.
This is a robotic device that trains gait and balance in patients with walking or balance disabilities, caused by neurological, orthopaedic, muscular, cardiovascular or other conditions.
This device is intended for patients who have lost their function or have restricted function in their upper extremities due to neurological damage, muscular disorders or bone-related disorders. It trains the patient to increase muscle strength and range of motion in different joints, with the overall goal of improving motor function.
This device helps to improve the mobility of bedbound patients by applying a load to their lower limbs. It is suitable for those who are dependent and for more mobile patients who have difficulty maintaining blood pressure in upright position (orthostatic hypotension).
The GEO is a robotic gait trainer which helps patients with physical disabilities arising from stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury and other neurological diseases to improve their walking. The device is able to simulate over ground walking and stairs climbing while a virtual scenario which changes as the patient walks is displayed on a screen.
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