One of the main challenges of neurorehabilitation is to reconstruct the coordinated transmission between the motor system and related neurosensory information. The traditional technique of propriosensory neuromuscular stimulation (PNF) is limited by the therapist's technique and cannot accurately and repeatedly perform functional propriosensory neuromuscular stimulation for patients.
The Vibramoov functional proprioceptive neuromuscular stimulation treatment system was developed by Professor Jean-Pierre Roll, a scientist at the University of Marseille, France, and his team based on a large number of basic research and clinical research in 17 years. This device is a unique treatment technique that uses functional proprioceptive stimulation (FPS) as a means to help patients promote the neuromuscular system.
Vibramoov provides a unique functional proprioceptive stimulation (FPS) neurorehabilitation treatment technology, which can simulate proprioception and motor control signals consistent with normal functional movement to form functional sensory motor nerve The loop, which induces autonomous and functional exercise and continuous training, enables the patient to maintain this interactive transmission of neuromuscular information throughout the rehabilitation process.
●Prevent the functional decline of sensorimotor system
●Continuous training of 0-level muscle strength in the acute phase
●Effectively induce nerve plasticity
●12 proprioceptive stimulators
●Reduce muscle tone and reduce spasm
●Wide range of application, covering the entire rehabilitation process
●Easy to operate
●Patients can train by themselves or only one therapist
●Central control system
● Large-size color touch screen display
● 12 proprioceptive stimulators
● Easy to move and lockable casters
●Upper and lower limb suspension
●Upper limb weight loss frame
●Neurological rehabilitation (acquired or congenital nerve defects, cerebellar disorders, brain damage, dystonia, cerebral palsy, neurological diseases, parkinson, stroke, etc.)
● Incomplete spinal cord injury
●Orthopedic rehabilitation (TKR, THR and other postoperative rehabilitation)
●Child rehabilitation (Pediatric cerebral palsy, spina bifida, stunting)
●Rehabilitation for the elderly (muscle strength training, fall prevention training)
●Sequelae (stiff joints, balance dysfunction, muscle atrophy)