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COPD

Strenghtening auxiliary respiratory muscles

The fear of breathlessness keeps many COPD patients from doing sports regularly. This behavior however favors the progression of the illness. Adequate forms of training positively influence lung function, muscle mass and quality of life. 

The function “ServoCycling” helps COPD patients to enter slowly into movement training and to increase performance level systematically. COPD patients can train with the motor-driven MOTOmed movement therapy device from chair or wheelchair with and without support or passively with motor.

Regular MOTOmed movement and a targeted usage of the arm / upper body trainer (accessory) strengthens the auxiliary respiratory muscles. The training with the MOTOmed movement therapy device can facilitate breathing; improve physical condition and the entire cardiovascular system. 

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.

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