A foundation of confidence.
Regaining greater mobility and independence begins with stability. With the AlterG Bionic Leg™, Skilled Nursing Facility therapists can provide their neuro and orthopedic patients the confidence to maximize results. The AlterG Bionic Leg enables:
- Advanced mobility training with more repetitions of higher-level exercises
- Rebuilding of the communication pathways between the brain and the body through the principles of neuroplasticity
- More focus by the therapist on the patient’s quality of movement
- Greater stability for the patient, protecting them from potential falls and injury
- The patient to build confidence in their physical therapy program and recovery
Do more for more patients.
The revolutionary AlterG Bionic Leg is ideal for use on post-surgical patients and long-term injury patients with impaired mobility, including those recovering from a stroke (CVA), orthopedic surgery, incomplete spinal cord injury (SCI), or traumatic brain injury (TBI), as well as patients with Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s and general lower extremity weakness. Uses include:
- Neuro and orthopedic rehabilitation
- Exercises to improve functional levels and safety
- Gait training and strengthening
- Transfer training, sit-to-stand exercises, stairs, and over-ground walking
Therapy goes robotic.
The Bionic Leg, wearable robotic physical therapy device, provides motor assistance to the patient’s affected limb. Activated by patient initiated movement, the Bionic Leg provides an adjustable amount of assistance based on the patient’s ability level. It offers just enough support for patients to stand, sit, walk or climb stairs while still promoting muscle engagement, which can improve functional levels, balance, gait training and strength.
Ease the burden.
In addition to helping improve mobility after a neurological or orthopedic injury, the AlterG Bionic Leg also makes therapists' lives easier. With advanced therapy technology, in less than 5 minutes a single therapist or aid can have their patients practicing sit to stand, doing pre-gait exercises, or on their feet moving safely and effectively.