Continuous development of protocols
« Movendo Technology continues to innovate in clinical applications thanks to its collaboration with its network of clinical partners globally. It continuously develops new rehabilitation protocols covering assessment and intervention in orthopedics, neurology, geriatrics, and sport. Thanks to its modular nature, the hardware platform makes it possible to consistently adapt to new protocols. »
Rehabilitation of ankles, knees, hips, and the lumbar region of the spine, passive mobilization, muscle strengthening, proprioception, postural control, and balance.
Functional retraining, postural control, balance, and proprioception, rehabilitation following stroke, degenerative diseases of the central nervous system, and injury to the peripheral nervous system.
Fall risk assessment, postural control, proprioception and balance, joint mobilization and rehabilitation following prosthetic implant.
Increased athletic performance and comparison of physical performance with that of highly performing subjects in order to optimize it.
The hunova rehabilitation protocols
The protocols are physiotherapeutic pathways over time focused on the pathologies to be treated. They are formed by phases set up by the physiotherapist and offer the possibility to perform training and/or evaluation sessions.
|Achilles tendinitis and plantar fasciitis – Left and Right|
|ACL reconstruction – Left and Right|
|Ankle sprain in inversion grade II – Left and Right|
|Hip fracture with fixation devices – Left and Right|
|Hip prosthesis – Left and Right|
|Total knee replacement – Left and Right|
The hunova rehabilitation macro areas
The macroareas do not follow the structured pathway logic like the protocols but are sets of exercises with a physiotherapeutic objective. The activities can be evaluation only, training only or both.
|Macro area name||Orthopedics/Sport||Neurology||Geriatrics|
|Ankle biomechanical limits – Right/Left|
|Ankle stretching – Right/Left|
|Load Asymmetry – Left and Right|
|Low back pain|
|Reactive postural responses|
|Reathletization – Left and Right|
|Sensory evaluation and training|
|Sit to stand|
|Stability and verticality limits|