In many cases, movement trainers are used to help patients rehabilitate after injury or surgery. These devices allow controlled and targeted movements to restore mobility, strength and coordination.
Therapeutic pedal train ers: these devices resemble a stationary bicycle, but are used for therapeutic purposes. They help restore leg mobility and strength and can be used for both seated and prone exercises.
Arm and leg exerc isers: these small, compact devices allow you to exercise your arm and leg muscles. They can be placed on a table or floor and provide both passive and active movements for the limbs. They are particularly useful in the rehabilitation of patients with limited mobility.
Functional movement trainers: these devices simulate complex movement patterns and enable patients to improve their motor skills. They can be used, for example, to practice walking movements, climbing stairs or moving over uneven terrain.
Balance train ers: balance trainers such as wobble boards or balance cushions are used to improve balance, stability and coordination. Patients can perform exercises to retrain their proprioceptive skills and restore confidence in their posture and ability to move.
These movement trainers are customized by physical therapists to meet the patient's needs and abilities. They are used to gradually rebuild movement ability, restore muscle strength and regain confidence in one's own body.