Summit Medical and Scientific are delighted to partner with Haywood Community Hospital, who have chosen the Hocoma ArmeoSenso upper limb device.

Haywood Community Hospital is part of the Midlands Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust and serves the community in Stoke-On-Trent.

The therapy teams at Haywood have now taken delivery of the device and are fully trained, so their patients can now start benefiting from using this state-of-the-art rehabilitation technology.

About the ArmeoSenso

The ArmeoSenso, developed by our partner Hocoma, is a sensor-based upper limb solution for arm function recovery. It features a set of sensors on the chest, arm and wrist, and a hand module for gripping. Patients perform self-initiated, intensive, repetitive and therapeutic exercises for upper limb rehabilitation.

The ArmeoSenso comes with a fun range of games and applications for patients with mild to moderate hand and/or arm impairment. This creates an engaging and motivating rehabilitation environment for patients, and provides real-time assessments and reports for therapists.

The sensors and hand module allow the patient to interact with the Augmented Performance Feedback exercises in a 3D workspace, training their shoulder, elbow, wrist and grip for activities of daily living. Optional Saebo arm weight support provides responsive support for patients who may require some additional assistance.

About Summit Medical and Scientific

Summit Medical and Scientific are passionate about the power of rehabilitation technology. We represent clinical technology leaders Hocoma and Motek to provide the total solution for rehabilitation in the UK. Our partners have developed innovative therapy devices using robotics, sensors and virtual reality for early and acute rehabilitation, gait and balance therapy, arm and hand therapy, body weight support and more.

Get in touch with Summit Medical and Scientific today to find out more about incorporating state-of-the-art rehabilitation technology into your practice. Contact us via email at or call 01372 459863.

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