Step 4
Step 4
Recovery of coordination
The recovery of strength must always be integrated with proprioceptive work, which enables to apply very specific force. It is the typical feature of this step, where the aim is to enable patients to recover their coordination. All injuries that involve osteoarticular tissues alter the perception of kinetics and proprioception, which therefore needs to be restored for a truly complete functional recovery. In this step, specific applications based on the use of a Controlled Elastic Force and Proprioception devices, such as Easytech's oscillating tables or the electronic Libra table, can be beneficial. For the upper limbs, it is instead possible to use Ultra, an innovative electronic biomechanical system.
Recovery of coordination
Products for the 4 step:
Dynatorq
Dynatorq
Controlled Elastic Force
Shoulder recovery
Dynatorq
Device designed for the assesment and active recovery of the shoulder
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Dynaback
Dynaback
Controlled Elastic Force
Active spine re-education
Dynaback
Elastic device designed to reinforce the abdominal muscles and actively...
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Flextensor
Flextensor
Controlled Elastic Force
Lower Limbs in OkC
Flextensor
Elastic device that enables to re-educate the lower limbs through the...
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Vector
Vector
Controlled Elastic Force
Lower Limbs in CKC
Vector
Elastic device for the reeducation of the lower limbs through the application...
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Minivector
Minivector
Controlled Elastic Force
Precocious re-education
Minivector
Device with elastic bands for an active precocious re-education. Ideal to...
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Minitalus
Minitalus
Controlled Elastic Force
Ankle injuries prevention
Minitalus
Elastic device for the rehabilitation and prevention of ankle injuries
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Libra
Libra
Proprioceptive reeducation

Libra
Electronic oscillating table for balance recovery and proprioceptive...
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