Patients receiving treatment after a stroke or craniocerebral injury, those suffering from Parkinson's or multiple sclerosis together with patients who have problems with balance or need to relieve the pressure on the upper body, back or knees etc. following surgery, need therapy in hospital. Usually special mobility aids are needed which provide safe support.
Mobility aids also help patients to learn to walk again in cases of restricted gait and unsteady gait in combination with limited torso stability. Furthermore, they are used for standing up from the bed or chair.
Ideal mobility aids can be adjusted in height hydraulically or electrically to suit each individual user, with easy height and width adjustment. A special height scale also shows that once a certain support height has been found to be correct, this can be read off the scale accordingly and readjusted again at any time.
The mobility aids have been developed particularly for modern mobility therapy with adjustable forearm supports, wheels optimised specially for therapeutic use and a wide range of nursing related accessories (holders for drainage bags, oxygen supply etc.).