Alberta Health Services coordinates monthly Rehabilitation Rounds. This March 2013 session consisted of two groups presenting cases that utilized The Neurogym Trainer Biofeedback System specifically for Stroke rehab.
Recumbent stepping, range of motion and strength training for week extremities, LTC mobility training.
Not a lift, the Sit-to-Stand Trainer actively assists the standing motion with support at the knees, trunk and arms. Using a counter-weight mechanism, it provides graduated support the coordination of the standing and sitting motion even in individuals who have not stood in years to enable safe, effective strengthening of weight-bearing muscles and assists in re-learning. Equipped with a weight stack and locking pulley system, the Sit-to-Stand Trainer is mounted on wheels and fits through any standard doorway so that it can be easily wheeled from room to room. It can be used directly from a wheelchair or the bedside.
The typical transfer status assessment process is often dangerous and subjective. This process both objectively quantifies the transfer status in a safe way for both the patient and nurse.
This video looks at a number of therapeutic goals with respect to stroke physiotherapy. It describes how these are currently achieved, then how they can be achieved more effectively, more efficiently, safer and in line with evidence based therapy.