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Bioness Vektor Gait System
Bioness NESS L300™
Bioness NESS H200®
Ekso Bionics Exoskeleton
Everest Rehabilitation gives you access to the most technologically advanced equipment and tools available for advancing your rehabilitation care.
The Anodyne Therapy System is a non-invasive way to increase circulation and reduce pain. Anodyne Therapy can help restore sensation in the feet of diabetic patients with peripheral neuropathy, along with improving walking patterns and balance.
The Vector Gait & Safety System® enables rehabilitative teams to increase patient mobility while preventing falls and reducing the risk of injury. From stroke and spinal cord injury to amputee and orthopedic injury, the Vector provides a customized gait training solution for patients of all levels. Leveraging dynamic body weight support, the Vector System allows patients to perform pre-gait activities, practice over-ground gait rehabilitation, and accomplish ADL training.
This small wireless device is worn on a patient’s leg to help improve walking abilities. Through electrical stimulation, NESS L300 retrains lower leg muscles, increasing motion and blood circulation and enabling the return to a more normal step.
The NESS L300 is a small device worn on the lower leg and foot. The system features a sensor that detects walking patterns allowing patients to automatically adjust to different surfaces, walking speeds and uneven ground. To increase movement throughout the rehabilitation process, the simple device has no bulky wires or connectors. It is easy to put on and take off and users can also enjoy wearing a variety of footwear, with minimal limitations.
The NESS H200 uses functional electrical stimulation to improve upper extremity rehabilitation. The device surrounds a patient’s hand and forearm to provide proper position and stimulates the hand to retrain movement. Therapeutic treatment programs and functional modes are preprogrammed, providing the clinician and the patient control over the desired hand activation.
Once the NESS H200 is fitted on a patient, movement can begin immediately, offering an encouraging experience for renewed hope. Using the NESS H200, patients can practice grasping and releasing objects, while also performing activities of daily living. With consistent treatment, patients can regain range of motion, while further reducing spasticity.
Medical conditions and medications can cause even the best driver to become an unsafe driver. This computer-based tool assesses ability to safely continue driving with reliable and fair recommendations.
Ekso Bionics therapeutic devices are engineered for patients and therapists alike. By promoting earlier mobility, we can help those recovering from stroke or spinal cord injury get back on their feet sooner. At the same time, we can reduce the physical strain on therapists and the likelihood of injury during rehabilitation sessions.
The highly customizable treatment provides visual and auditory biofeedback during swallowing for objective measurement of effortful swallows. Experia establishes a baseline measurement of muscle activity, setting treatment targets. During therapy, electrical stimulation to the target muscle group is activated by the patient’s effort, creating a powerful reward-based biofeedback loop.
Interactive Metronome is a brain-based rehabilitation assessment and training program created to improve a patient’s ability to plan, organize and use language.
Through timing exercises, patients try to match a computer-made beat to relearn skills that had been lost to an illness or injury. Immediate results are provided to track improvement.
For those who suffer from dysphagia, a common condition among stroke and brain injury survivors, this therapy greatly improves swallowing ability with electrical stimulation.
VitalStim retrains the muscles needed to complete the swallowing process through specially designed electrodes that are attached to the patient’s neck. A small current stimulates motor nerves, causing the muscles in the neck to contract for improved swallowing. Repeated therapy helps to gradually retrain the muscle groups to complete the swallowing process.
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