Stroke & Neuro Rehabilitation (11/F)

Learning to live with a brain disorder can be an overwhelming challenge for both the patients and their families. Our multidisciplinary care team is committed to helping patients overcome any physical and mental impairments resulting from various neurological conditions. We provide personalized rehabilitation programs with the objective to improve patients’ return to work, independence in daily activities, community integration and quality of life.

Our team is experienced in the treatment of various neurological conditions such as

  • Stroke
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Spinal Cord Injury
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Other Neurodegenerative Diseases

Key to Success

  1. Goal Setting
  2. Task-Specific Training
  3. High-Intensity Practice
  4. Multidisciplinary Team Care
  5. Active Participation of Patients

Assessment

Every rehab program begins with a comprehensive assessment which facilitates personalization of treatments and establishes baselines for future progress tracking. Areas of assessment may include:

  1. Physiotherapy Consultation
  2. Basic Physical Assessment
  3. Locomotion Analysis
  4. Gait Analysis
  5. Specific Balance Assessment
  6. Fall Risk Assessment

Treatment

Integrating evidence-based treatments and state-or-the-art technologies to optimize patient recovery. Treatments available include:

  1. Hands-on therapy
  2. Exercises therapy
  3. Balance and fall prevention program
  4. Gait training program
  5. Robotic gait training
  6. Robotic hand therapy

Featured Equipment

Robotic Gait Training Device

  1. A powered hip-knee medical rehabilitation exoskeleton for comprehensive gait therapy, that focuses on patient’s balance, weight-shift and steps.
  2. variable assist controls to support patients with different levels of motor impairment
  3. auto assistance readjustment based on gait data gathered after each step to challenge patients as they progress
  4. Delivers high-dosage and high-intensity training
  5. Provides a superior rehabilitation experience for patients and therapists alike

Upper Limb Robotic and Computer-Assisted Device

  1. Robotic Hand Therapy
    1. provides robotic therapy for finger-hands rehabilitation
  2. Sensor Biofeedback Movement Therapy
    1. provides upper limbs and trunk control training with different motion sensors
  3. Hand Functions and Neurocognitive Therapy
    1. sensor provides upper limbs neuromotor training and neurocognitive therapy

Body-Weight Support Treadmill for Gait Training

  1. Provides body weight support
  2. Provides progress reports and real-time biofeedback to evaluate gait performance
  3. Ensures a comfortable and safe experience

Balance System

  1. Versatile tool that meets many clinical needs such as balance training and fall risk screening
  2. Motivates patient with real-time biofeedback
  3. Stores normative data for comparison and documents outcomes

Recumbent Stepper – wheelchair accessible

  1. Facilitates cardiac rehab
  2. Optimizes exercise through the use of seated arrangement
  3. Offers wheelchair access
  4. Takes unnecessary pressure off the joints
  5. Low starting resistance
  6. Appeals to everyone

Patients who suffer from neurological disorders often display different types and levels of motor impairment. Regaining mobility is one of the most critical challenges during rehabilitation. Physical activities have important health implications in protecting patients against other complications and ultimately in improving the patient’s quality of life.


Robotic Exoskeleton Gait Training 

What is it? 

  • A powered hip-knee medical rehabilitation exoskeleton for comprehensive gait therapy, that focuses on patient’s balance, weight-shift and steps.
  • Features
    • variable assist controls to support patients with different levels of motor impairment
    • auto assistance readjustment based on gait data gathered after each step to challenge patients as they progress
  • Benefits
    • ability to deliver high-dosage and high-intensity training
    • provides a superior rehabilitation experience for patients and therapists alike

Who is it for? 

  • Device is approved by the FDA for the use of patients recovering from
    • Hemiplegia due to stroke
    • Spinal Cord Injuries at levels of T4 to L5 and levels of T3 to C7

How does it work? 

1. Assessment – to ensure patient is fit for robotic gait training

2. Goal Setting – to provide patients with motivation

3. Training Program

a. each session is approximately 60 min

b. may be supplemented with other treatments to maximize training effect

i. Balance Training

ii. Cardiovascular Training

iii. Strengthening Training

iv. Other functional mobility training

4. Reassessment – measure results and adjust program accordingly for better outcome

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Contact Us

  +852 8102 2022

  CustomerCare@VirtusMedical.com

  11/F, Virtus Medical Tower, 122 Queen's Road Central, Hong Kong