Clinical Integration Reports
We provide C-Mill VR therapy to our patients, focusing on the quality of the individual sessions. Here we describe our clinical setting and hope that it serves as an example to support other clinics that also work with the C-Mill VR .
In this report we want to descirbe how the C-Mill VR is integrated as part of our therapy in our private outpatient practice. It might serve as an example to support other clinics that also work with the C-Mill VR.
Hocoma’s robotic equipment allows our patients to participate in continuous repetitive motions that help foster neuroplasticity, improve function, and quality of life.
Journey Forward is an exercise-based program designed to assist those with Spinal Cord Injuries so they too can achieve some of these most basic lifelong functions and benefits. We work with Spinal Cord Injured clients of all levels and abilities in a very active and full body approach. This is what separates Journey Forward from many other adaptive gyms. Many gyms that center on working with individuals with disabilities tend to focus only on the client’s abilities and don’t work on the affected areas. We have been working with the Lokomat since April 2012. In 2016 we purchased our second Lokomat and often we have both devices treating clients at the same time. On any given day we have 5-8 hours of running time on the devices.
In our clinic we use the latest techniques and therapy approaches with the aim to offer CP patients the best possible treatment. Lokomat therapy is a standard in our clinic. We offer our patients long term treatments in an ambulatory way. We also offer Lokomat packs to external patient to complement their conventional treatment. Here we describe our clinical setting and hope that it serves as an example to support other clinics that also work with robotic equipment.
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