Senior Rehabilitation and Training System
The Best In Falls prevention and balance training
Unexpected Perturbation System.
What is missing in traditional physical rehabilitation?
Traditional physical rehabilitation is based mainly on proactive training (self-initiated actions). Clinical research has shown that in addition to proactive training, reactive training must be targeted. Traditional tools and methods simply can’t target reactive response training due to major safety issues and a lack of sophisticated treatment customization.
What is postural perturbation?
A postural perturbation is a sudden change in conditions that displaces the body posture away from equilibrium.
What is reactive postural control response?
Reactive postural control response is an automatic “like reflex” response which is initiated by unexpected postural perturbation in order to maintain balance and can be improved through practice for example a compensatory step following a slip or a trip.
Why is the BalanceTutor leading a new era of physical rehabilitation?
The system’s unique technology for the first time allows training reactive postural control response while standing or walking at different gait phases. This is not treated in traditional practice. Together with proactive training the system allows for optimal rehabilitation outcome and recovery.
Integrate the BalanceTutor system into your facility.
Specific single and group muscle activation
Multi task locomotor performance
Spatiotemporal neuromuscular coordination
Automatic postural adjustment ability
Improvement of compensatory step
Force control optimization
Sensorimotor and vestibular system
Sensation, muscle strength, joint stabilization and coordination
Total Package Solution
Improve documentation of rehab effectiveness
Generate referrals from medical professionals and the community
Increase community awareness and interest
Make facility tours more effective
Improve your clinical capabilities, secure a competitive advantage and increase referral
Programing manual/automatic postural perturbation
Vast range of rehabilitation protocols
Measurement and recording of center of pressure (COP)
Motivational and customized rehabilitation video games
Objective evaluations and documentation of patient’s progress