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Mobilizing one’s own body strength

Physical activity is an inherent part of current cancer therapy. From a medical point of view, patients should begin their movement therapy already at an early stage because targeted movement can help counteract physical and psychical side effects of chemo- or anti-hormonal therapy. Moreover, regular movement naturally builds up the skeletal muscles and decreases symptoms such as fatigue (chronic exhaustion), insomnia and depression. 

With the MOTOmed movement therapy, cancer patients can mobilize their own body strength both after surgery and alongside chemo or radiation therapy. Due to the three different training modes: with motor, motor-supported and active, the training effort can be adapted perfectly to the user’s condition. Especially with fatigue syndrome (chronic exhaustion), the opportunity to exercise passively favors regular training sessions which are necessary for a successful movement therapy. Training games and, according to the model, also relaxing film sequences from nature encourage movement and create diversified training sessions.

The MOTOmed movement therapy offers comfortable opportunities for regular movement in daily life and supports cancer patients after chemo or radiation therapy.

MOTOmed movement therapy

MOTOmed Movement Therapy was developed for people with limited mobility and supports physiotherapy, ergo therapy and sports therapy. Users can train sitting in a wheelchair or from a chair. In supine position, patients use the MOTOmed from the nursing bed or from the therapy bed.


Featured video - MOTOmed movement therapy (13:11)