LEXO® enables interactive training and supports the patient's active participation. The advanced transfer capabilities optimize effective therapy time and increase frequency of use. The high adaptability of LEXO® enables precise adjustment and allows wide application in different patient groups. Its compact design and low height also facilitate integration into any therapy room. These features make LEXO® a versatile end effector system that promotes patients' own activity and maximizes their therapeutic success.
Everything you need to know about the features and benefits of the Lexo: Robot-assisted gait trainer from Tyromotion need to know.
LEXO® enables patients to make impressive progress in their mobility and enjoy the feeling of finally walking uphill again.Regardless of their level of impairment, patients benefit from the outstanding performance of LEXO®. The system offers optimal therapy options for a wide range of patients with different impairments. Expand your LEXO® with the Pediatric Set to offer the full spectrum of gait therapy to children six years and older. The accessories provide physiologically optimized positioning for children. Train aspects such as independent walking, walking speed and walking performance with LEXO®.
In neuro-rehabilitation, especially after a severe stroke or other neurological diseases, learning to walk again plays a crucial role. Robot-controlled gait trainers offer affected patients support in standing and walking on their own two feet again. But the LEXO®, which has now been put into operation and is being used at the Wolletzsee rehabilitation clinic northeast of Berlin, is much more than an ordinary gait trainer - it embodies the highest level of high-tech. The Brandenburg Minister of Health, Ursula Nonnenmacher, was also present at the inauguration of the device. As a physician herself, she was impressed by the technical possibilities that the LEXO® offers patients during training. The use of Tyromotion opens up completely new horizons for doctors and therapists working with neurologically impaired patients. Numerous studies have already shown that the LEXO® leads to significantly better therapy results compared to conventional gait trainers. As a result, patients achieve improved rehabilitation and can regain their mobility more quickly. The innovation and performance of the LEXO® thus promise a promising future in neuro-rehabilitation and offer new hope for patients to improve their quality of life.
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After private strokes of fate and a happy encounter with the medical director of a clinic in Graz/Austria, David Ram and Alexander Kollreider founded Tyromotion in 2007 - today's leading manufacturer of technology-based therapy devices.
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