Allegro - Adaptive Leg Robot
State of the Art Robotic Training and Therapy Device for Neurological Treatment and Orthopedic Rehabilitation with Measuring and Testing Facilities
Training protocols and therapeutic interventions actively involving the patient can favorably influence brain plasticity and enhance executive functions such as cognition, decision-making and motor learning. These adaptations are relevant for preserving sensory-motor functions and restoring these after total knee and hip replacements, traumatic brain injury, stroke and other neurological disorders affecting movement.
Interactive robotic Allegro training meets these demands by introducing variable and multiple task learning scenarios into its sensory-motor training regimes. The therapy is further supported by automatic measuring and special Activities of Daily Living (ADL) testing facilities which promote motor skill learning and hold great promise of integrating patients back into their activities of daily living, reducing the burden of long-term healthcare on society.
The Allegro training system is versatile and exercises the lower extremities, hips and pelvic floor with a split leg press configuration. It can smoothly vary load and dynamics and simultaneously enhance strength, improve coordination skills and promote cognitive fitness. Task-specific interactive sensory-motor resistance training improves the complete neuro-muscular system, boosting the strength, speed, power and control required in many activities of daily living.
The Allegro is an ideal addition to in- and out-patient rehabilitation programs, prevention and for long-term care facilities. It helps leverage your therapy offerings for the benefit of your patients.
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