Wrist Joint Rehabilitation Robotics
WristMotus targets the wrist joint by providing training that mimics activities of daily living (ADL). For example, forearm pronation and supination, wrist ulnar and radial deviation, flexion and extension. Complements ArmMotus Gen and Pro by providing gross motor training for the upper limb.
Easy to Understand Graphical Report
Fourier Intelligence’s robot technology is integrated with high-precision force and position sensors to measure every movement. The device can measure a user’s performance from multiple leads, including range of motion, strength, cognition, reaction time, etc. These analyses and training reports should be taken into account to achieve better training results. Automatically generated training reports provide measurable results for the user’s and therapist’s reference.
WristMotus. is integrated with a variety of functional training suitable for users with muscle strength from 0 to 5. It applies the revolutionary treatment of combining movement control training with cognitive training and muscle strength training with ADL training.
- Passive Training
- Isometric Training
- Active Education
- ADL Education
- ROM Training
- Strength Training
Interactive Gamification Experience
Diversified games can simulate different realistic scenarios with a combination of visual, auditory and kinesthetic inputs to take the user experience to the next level and motivate the user’s active participation. The user can now complete the rehabilitation process by playing games, which can be boring compared to the traditional rehabilitation process.