Motek are the global leader in virtual reality and robotics research and rehabilitation, combining almost 20 years of experience in developing high-level technology. Their ground-breaking virtual reality and augmented reality environments are combined with motion platforms, instrumented treadmills, motion capture systems and surround sound, which are used to train movement functions and improve stability.
Motek’s products provide innovative rehabilitation and research opportunities for neurological conditions, brain and spinal injury, stroke, Parkinson’s disease, cerebral palsy, orthopaedic disorders, musculoskeletal disorders, paediatric and geriatric patients, sports injury, performance enhancements and more.
Motek excel in building the most versatile devices, integrating latest technologies and ensuring real-time data collection.
Motek products involve game elements and rich immersive interactions, which will engage and motivate your patients or subjects.
The technology uses multi-sensory real-time feedback via the D-Flow software, the Human Body Model (HBM) software, and offline analysis tools. The openness and flexibility of the D-Flow software and the ease in which perturbations can be introduced allow researchers to answer the most complex of research questions.
We’re proud to launch a new video with Motek depicting the emotional rehabilitation journey of engineer Mike Jones after he loses his leg in a motorcycle accident. Mike’s life changed instantly on that day, and his injuries had a lifelong physical and psychological impact on him. Mike’s therapy sessions at The Morrello Clinic using the C-Mill treadmill allowed him to rediscover his drive to overcome any obstacle in his way. He is now one of Europe’s top disabled golfers.
The Defence National Rehabilitation Centre
In 2017 Summit Medical and Scientific was awarded the contract to install Europe’s first CAREN High End system at the new Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre (DNRC) in Stanford Hall, Loughborough.
This state-of-the-art facility opened in 2018. The Motek CAREN High End will be used in the rehabilitation and therapy of military veterans and active soldiers for a wide range of conditions, including brain and spinal injuries, neurological disorders and amputees.
The Computer Assisted Rehabilitation Environment (CAREN) is a versatile, multi-sensory system used for clinical analysis, rehabilitation, evaluation and training of human movement, balance and gait.
The C-Mill is an augmented and virtual reality instrumented single belt treadmill, used for the evaluation and training of impaired gait and balance.
DynSTABLE & STABLE
These products are a clinical solution for assessment and training of impaired balance and stability. Both use virtual reality, and the DynSTABLE features a force plate within a moving platform.
The GRAIL (Gait Realtime Analysis Interactive Lab) is a complete solution for gait analysis on 25m², and training in challenging conditions on a dual-belt instrumented treadmill with fast pitch and sway.
The M-Gait is a modular 3D instrumented dual-belt treadmill, which can have various upgrades to enhance your set-up such as pitch and sway, motion capture, bodyweight support and virtual reality.
Smaller than the C-Mill (now distributed by Hocoma), the N-Mill is a single belt treadmill with an optional force plate.
Including D-Flow, a control software suite which provides real-time data streams and users can easily create their own applications, and The Human Body Model for visualisations of muscle forces of the subject’s body on-screen.
The RYSEN is the next generation of 3D body weight support systems, assisting patients in an all-directional, assist as-needed capacity to improve movement function.