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To see the own legs in motion (even though passively) gives back hope to the patients on intensive care unit and motivates them to engage in their rehabilitation program in the best possible way .

— Barbara Lommers, Leiterin der Physiotherapie AC Gasthuisberg 06.10.2005, Leuven, Belgien


Recovering residual muscle strength, loosening spasm

The movement therapy device MOTOmed enables paraplegia patients with restricted mobility a motor-driven and motor-assisted leg and/or arm training from a wheelchair. 

The special smooth drive system and the spasm detection help to reduce muscle tone and spasms significantly. Through the function “ServoCycling” patients with incomplete paralysis are able to recover, maintain and establish residual muscle strength. In addition, the passive MOTOmed movement may loosen the muscles, stimulate joint flexibility and activate the circulatory system as well as the metabolism. 

Functional Electric Stimulation (FES)

MOTOmed movement therapy with incomplete paraplegia

In combination with FES, paraplegic patients even with complete paralysis can actively train with the MOTOmed device. Little self-adhesive electrodes activate arms or legs by giving electric impulses. “Real” muscle contractions take place and a further muscle loss is avoided. 
MOTOmed movement therapy on a regular basis enables paraplegic patients an effective cardio-vascular training. 

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.


[DE] HASOMED RehaMove - Movement training with functional electrostimulation (03:42)
Leg training with the MOTOmed at home (8:52)
Arm training with the MOTOmed at home (3:19)