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Spastic Paralysis/ICP

Loosen the muscles – reduce spasticity

People with cerebral palsy or spastic paralysis need intensive physiotherapy.  In general it intends to mobilize joint flexibility and to loosen the muscles via different applications . On the one hand existing muscles are strengthened, on the other postural deformities are reduced. Besides manual therapy, physiotherapy or device-supported movement therapy are applied.

The MOTOmed movement therapy allows a passive or motor-assisted movement therapy for people with cerebral palsy or spastic paralysis. Affected persons can train at the MOTOmed movement therapy device from chair or wheelchair. A regular MOTOmed leg-/and arm training can alleviate spasticity, loosen and strengthen the muscles, assist strength and fitness and positively influence bladder and bowel function. 

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MOTOmed movement therapy

Videos

Leg training with the MOTOmed at home (8:52)
Arm training with the MOTOmed at home (3:19)
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