We are proud to welcome our latest partner Hocoma, who we became a UK distributor for in May 2018. Hocoma is the global market leader for the development and manufacturing of The Total Solution: robotic and sensor-based devices for functional movement and gait therapy.
In 2016 they merged with DIH International and formed a partnership with Motek, also a DIH company and a partner of Summit Medical and Scientific. Their vision is to improve millions of lives across the globe by creating functional and efficient solutions which set the standards for human movement therapy. Their products benefit patients and therapists alike, bringing safety, user-friendliness and innovation to clinics, centres and hospitals. Click here to view the Hocoma Vision brochure.
(Picture credits: Hocoma, Switzerland.)
The Total Solution in the UK
Hocoma offers the total solution for your clinic with their advanced technology for human movement therapy, across the entire continuum of rehabilitation.
Whether your institution is focused on acute care, inpatient rehabilitation or outpatient therapy, or even if you’re a community-based therapy provider, we will help you find the right device with Hocoma to match your space, budget and need.
Hocoma’s devices are suitable for upper and lower limb rehabilitation for patients with neurological conditions, brain or spinal injury, cerebral palsy, movement disorders, stroke, fall prevention, and more. Paediatric models are available for several devices.
If you would like to trial robotic assistive technology devices with your own patients, contact us as we have systems ready to be installed at your clinic for a 3 month period.
Hocoma and Motek have put together an insightful webinar series, covering advanced technologies with some of the top experts in rehabilitation. Visit the link below to see upcoming webinars, as well as download previous webinars including:
- Technology for neurorehabilitation: a step in the right direction with Dr Alberto Esquenazi, MossRehab
- New advances in paediatric rehabilitation technology with Dr Allison Lam, Rusk Rehabilitation Hospital
- How technology can boost upper limb rehabilitation outcomes
- Rehabilitation for patients with COVID-19: from guidelines to personal experience
The Andago is the world’s first free-moving mobile gait robot, combined with a body weight support system.
The Armeo range enables patients to practise and repeat movements for upper limb rehabilitation. Including the ArmeoSenso, ArmeoSpring and ArmeoPower.
C-Mill by Motek
The C-Mill is an augmented and virtual reality instrumented single belt treadmill, used for the evaluation and training of impaired gait and balance.
The Erigo combines gradual verticalisation with robotic movement therapy, using robotic leg movement in a safe tilt table-style system.
The all-new software platform, connecting all of Hocoma‘s portfolio across the entire continuum of care.
Relearn how to walk from the beginning with the Lokomat, a robotic-assisted therapy solution that enables intensive gait training.