Keep Moving With A Little Help

Time is a good healer but without grit, determination and efforts, the range of motion to the affected limbs of a Stroke patient can take longer to recover than expected. Move On is a temporary training device that helps patients recover faster and get over their motion awkwardness. Apparently the muscle signals of those affected by a stroke are too low for complete contraction, but when Move On is strapped to the patient, it senses adynamic muscle signals and translates them into a desired movement.

Due to an inverse stimulus, people get their normal motor skills. The Orthosis gives the patient the minimum amount of support necessary to gain back muscle power, towards a total recovery.
Move On helps people move and get integrated into a normal life again.

Desoigner: Matthias Menzel

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Move On Intelligent Orthotic for Stroke Rehabilitation by Matthias Menzel

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5 Comments

  • Wow! That is a really cool invention. It can be those in between stages that are the hardest. This device looks like it will speed up the recovering persons independence.

  • Wow! That is a really cool invention. It can be those in between stages that are the hardest. This device looks like it will speed up the recovering persons independence.

  • Moving independently is the hardest part to recovering from stroke, and to have an intuitive support system such as this is does wonders in physical as well as mental recovery for stroke patients.

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