The all-in-one solution for balance rehabilitation.
Everyday human activities like gait, walking or running rely on good balance.
Clinicians can track their patient’s progress and make adjustment through the help of objective assessments.
The patient is encouraged to train their balance through many different motivating training scenarios.
Short and Simple Setup Time
Using Equio is effortless. The swift process required to set it up will leave clinicians with more than enough time to fully focus on the patient’s recovery during therapy sessions.
Objective Patient Assessment
Equio provides a wide variety of software tools to assess patients. Over half a dozen assessments with many different options, all carefully designed to help clinicians.
Wide Variety of Therapy Options
After the assessment is done, Equio provides multiple gamified therapy scenarios which will train specific aspects of the patient's balance based on the assessment's result.
Effective Therapy Sessions
Being able to train patients with the correct therapy scenario group allows clinicians to achieve the most optimal results for their patients.
Patient Motivation and Engagement
Equio helps patients stay motivated and engaged throughout the whole recovery process. The variety of fun scenarios to play with Equio make therapy enjoyable.
Evidence Based Rehabilitation
Backed up by studies proving that gamified therapy and sensor-based data collection are some of the most effective types of therapy.
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- check Traumatic Brain Injury
- check ALS and MS
- check Ankle/knee sprains
- check Ligament injuries
- check Improvement of balance performance
- check Muscle Weakness
- check Balance Difficulties
Static balance therapy is performed on a stable, Center of Pressure (CoP) measuring board. It is meant for patients with severely impaired balance and proprioceptive system.
For patients with sports or orthopedic injuries, a dynamic balance therapy mode, is available, which can be performed on a tilting board.
Limits of Stability
Quantifies the intentional sway of the patient’s body in eight different directions which is useful for evaluating their recovery progress.
Stance Symmetry Assessment
Range of Motion - COP
Range of Motion - TILT