University of Bolton fully trained to use new Motek C-Mill VR treadmill
Now that the clinical team have received their training, they will be able to provide state-of-the-art rehabilitation and research for a wide range of patients, from neurological injury and stroke patients to sports rehabilitation and fall prevention.
Congratulations to the University of Bolton for their new equipment and we look forward to seeing your exciting work in the future!
About the C-Mill range
The C-Mill has been chosen by some of the UK’s top rehabilitation and research facilities for its state-of-the-art gait and balance training capabilities, and in 2023 was named by the Stroke Rehab Times as one of the ten top stroke innovations bettering stroke and rehabilitation.
There are four variations of the C-Mill which can feature:
- Virtual reality
- Augmented reality
- Instrumented force-measuring treadmill
- Body weight support
- Safety harness and handrails
- Accessible ramp for wheelchair users
- Adjustable pitch for uphill walking
- Fun and intensive games and exercises
The C-Mill treadmill is ideal for adult, geriatric and paediatric patients requiring rehabilitation for any condition affecting their gait, balance or stability, and for fall prevention. This includes neurological conditions like stroke, and also lower limb amputees, spinal injury, traumatic brain injury, Parkinson’s Disease, movement disorders, and cerebral palsy.
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 email@example.com or call 01372 459863.