Patients can use the MOTOmed letto2 to train the lower extremities in a passive, motor-assisted, and active mode, from a hospital bed or a therapy chair. The MOTOmed letto2 provides a well-rounded therapy to patients in stationary care. Here the legs from the patients have a safe position. It can also be effectively applied in in-patient use, during the dialysis and in the home care with the MOTOmed movement therapy in supine position. The huge transport roles make the bed model flexible. The spreadable chassis and a heigh adjustment simplify the adaption to beds and therapy chairs. The ground fixation allows a pleasant and fast positioning. The knee-bending is optimally adaptable with the knee flexion adjustment.
Usability – simple operation
Users navigate intuitively the colour display (display diagonal 5,7 inch) at the MOTOmed, because each next possible operating step is lightened in “green”. Tactile (small increased), large keys make the operation more easily. The large representation of the training information ensures a well legibility.
Large, easy feel buttons
for an easy operation.
Easily legible display.
Simple start and stop of the MOTOmed.
The next logical step is indicated in green.
Pedals can be locked in the most conveniant position.
In order to easily insert and fasten the feet of your child into the safety foot shells you can position the pedals into a desired position with the push of a button on the control panel. This function eases the removal of out of the foot shells after the training has been completed.
In case of spasticity, muscle cramping or any sort of movement blockage, the MOTOmed MovementProtector will stop the pedal movement. Special characteristic about this safety feature: The MovementProtector does not remain in a constant mode but adjusts to the changing muscle tension. Therefore, it is always optimally sensitive.
The SpasmControl with the automatic change in cycling direction helps loosening spasms according to the following therapeutic principle: A bending spasm is relieved by stretching, while a stretching spasm is eased by bending. The motor stops the pedal movement. Legs and arms are relieved and the direction of rotation is switched after a brief resting period. This process is repeated until the cramping is eased.
A movement similar to a power bicycle or a power steered vehicle is used to support the child during active training with the ServoCycling feature. This enables even those children with minimal muscle strength to train actively without much stain. The feature supports the maintenance and build-up of residual muscle strength.
The MOTOmed symmetry function presents the activity of each individual leg when ''pushing''. With the real time biofeedback display your child can continuously correct the input and target the ''weak'' side. One-sided deficiencies such as hemiplegia can be treated specifically. The direct feedback from the big color display and the consistent repetitive training supports the relearning of movement patterns and can lead to speed up in recovery and therapy success.
The training data analysis will motivate you to engage in a regular MOTOmed movement. You can view all the important training values (e.g. symmetry, performance, speed, distance and time) during the entire training session on the MOTOmed color display. With the completion of the training, the overview of all all the available 36 values is displayed. The MOTOmed viva2 stores the ''previous training '' along with other training data that is compiled in a overall analysis. These values can be retrieved at any time.