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CHINESPORT GENERAL CATALOGUE - EDITION 2013 86 Passive Continous Motion devices 90 Active rehabilitation for upper and lower limbs 96 Biofeedback 97 Exercise Bikes and ergometers - fitness line 101 Rowing machine and steppers 102 Vertical and orizontal ergometers - medical line 106 Proprioception tools 109 Bands - cords - weights - dumbells 112 Neurocognitive rehabilitation 119 Muscular strengthening

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Passive Continous Motion devices fisiotek hp CPM device allows to work on the three main joints of the upper limb: shoulder, elbow and wrist. It’s stable and precise and it can be used both with the patient sitting or lying down. The device is provided with a memory card. The operational data for each patient is automatically stored on it. This makes instrument preparation easier and faster for following rehabilitation sessions. It’s also available a function defined as “Warm-up”, which has the purpose of warming up the treated joint through several movement cycles having a work angle less...

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Passive Continous Motion devices CPM device for left and right shoulder treatment, indicated whenever joint movement needs to be restored passively in both surgical or nonsurgical pathologies. It allows rotation with patient sitting down or lying down and the possible movements carried out on the shoulder are: 1) Elevation in flexion; 2) Elevation in abduction; 3) Internal-external rotation. The device is easy to move and handle, suitable for home use. It consists of a base fitted on four swivel casters with brake and is height adjustable. Weight: 20Kg SUPPLIED WITH: Arm support for...

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Passive Continous Motion devices FISIOTEK 2000 Series for the passive rehabilitation of the lower limb A range of models meets the operators’ various needs. It ranges from the model that allows you to work on three joints – knee, ankle and hip – to the more specific model for the knee including the simple and compact instrument suitable for rental. THERAPEUTIC INDICATIONS • Prostheses and ligamental plastics of the knee and ankle • Hip and knee prostheses • Remedial surgery of the knee’s extension • Osteotomy of hip and knee • Re-education in arthral fractures of the hip, knee and ankle •...

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Passive Continous Motion devices 08390 Item code Use of Memory card Speed during flexo / extension control Work time control Automatic extension increase Force control Speed control Automatic flelxion increase Pausa during extension Pausa during flexion Warm up cycles Knee movement breadth fisiotek model Hip - Knee - Ankle Hip - Knee - Ankle Ankle movement breadth Hip movement breadth (mid limb) Power supply Electrical safety Electromagnetic compatibility Group 1 Class B Standard EN 60601-1-2 Classification according to EEC Directive 93/42 Models with memory card and warm-up cycles Two...

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Active rehabilitation for upper and lower limbs Rehabilitation device for shoulder and elbow movement pathologies It is a device for performing maintenance exercises for the shoulder and elbow in the event of fracture outcomes, less serious impingement syndromes and rigidity caused by arthrosis. It consists of a wall-mounted metal frame featuring a height-adjustable wheel to suit the patient’s size or the exercise to perform. The device is fitted with a handle and knob that allow a wider range of exercises compared to the “Lapidari’s wheel” from which it derives. Patients can work both...

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Active rehabilitation for upper and lower limbs Examples of use for the wall-mounted “Rota” Source: excerpt from “Rota” user manual “Arm cycling” exercise This exercise is still effective today for three main reasons: it stimulates the whole kinetic chain, spontaneously combines external rotation and abduction movements and, finally, it is performed with minimal learning effort by the patient. Let’s think of having the wheel in front of us, with the patient standing on our left side. The patient moves the wheel clockwise with his/her left upper arm. 1) When the handle reaches the wheel top,...

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Active rehabilitation for upper and lower limbs Rehabilitation device for shoulder and elbow movement pathologies This device is for shoulder and elbow rehabilitation in cases of stiffness, impingement syndrome and pre- and post-surgery treatment. It has a metal frame and a height-adjustable wheel to suit the patient’s size or the exercise to perform. It can be easily moved by an operator. It comes complete with a set of accessories, including: a handle, a knob, a forearm support, a counterweight, an elbow rest and a front grip handle. The accessories supplied allow performing a wider range...

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Active rehabilitation for upper and lower limbs The “draining rack” exercise External rotation and abduction combined in several degrees. Passive exercises: they can replace the electric mobilizer in postsurgery treatment. Active exercises: external rotator strengthening can be achieved during an abduction movement with minimum stimulation of the deltoid muscle. The “inclined plane lunge” exercise Strong shoulder blade (lower trapezius) stabilization and activation of the whole kinetic chain in the gleno-humeral anteflexion. Recommended against the impingement syndrome. This video describes...

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Active rehabilitation for upper and lower limbs 07465 ARTI REHAB This device is used to do exercises to strengthen muscles and rehabilitate both lower and upper limbs. Essentially, it comprises a painted steel structure, with chromed sliding parts. The seat and backrest are padded and upholstered in imitation leather than is easy to disinfect. The oscillating load arm is characteristic and can be used on both sides. The extent of the movement and application point can be adjusted independently. A set of weights is supplied that makes it possible to gradually increase the resistance,...

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Active rehabilitation for upper and lower limbs INTENDED USE: This equipment is particularly suitable for use in outpatient departments, medical centres, rehabilitation centres, and gyms that offer complete rehabilitation programmes, aimed at regaining muscular trophy of the lower limbs. APPLICATION EXAMPLES Type of work to be done - execution mode Limb Rehab can be used for various types of exercises that differ in terms of the type of contraction, in order to achieve complete rehabilitation of joint and muscular functions, compromised by trauma or illness. Concentric eccentric as well as...

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