Optimal-G™ Pro – Get One Step Ahead
Introducing the E.L.I.T.E. pro-active motor learning technology
Personalize therapy and optimize patient recovery with the world’s most advanced robotic gait rehabilitation platform – the Optimal-G™ Pro.
Your Patient at the Heart of Therapy
Designed to accelerate patients’ rehabilitation journey and improve outcomes, the Optimal-G™ Pro is a state-of-the-art, effective and personalized robotic gait training platform. Incorporating the world’s first Enhanced Learning Intelligence TEchnology (E.L.I.T.E.), the Optimal-G™ Pro advances rehabilitation of both adults and pediatric patients post-neurological trauma and orthopedic injury.
Based on clinical principles of brain recovery in gait rehabilitation with breakthrough technology, the Optimal-G™ Pro enables neuromuscular re-education and brain retraining. The advanced robotic system facilitates intensive and repetitive reciprocal motion, recovering normal gait patterns and improves ambulatory capabilities, balance, stability and posture.
Optimal-G™ Pro Features
- World’s first E.L.I.T.E. pro-active session personalization
- Quick setup and ergonomic design
- Intuitive user interface
- Dual camera video gait monitoring and feedback
- Muscle resistance measurement
- 4 modes of therapy (passive ->2x active assist-> active)
- 18 physiological gait profiles
- Interactive games & virtual reality
All-in-One Solution for a Wide Spectrum of Patients
The versatility of the Optimal-G™ Pro means it can be easily and quickly adapted to meet the rehabilitation needs of a wide variety of patients for an efficient therapy and a good return on investment.
- Adult and pediatric patients
- Neurologic and orthopedics patients
- Acute, sub-acute and chronic patients
- Various stages of rehabilitation
- Various ambulatory levels
E.L.I.T.E. – The World’s First Proactive-Motor Learning Enhancement Program
Integrating clinical principles of gait rehabilitation and motor learning with expertise in robotic technology, E.L.I.T.E. proactively adjusts and personalizes the patient’s treatment plan based on objective clinical data and their individual progress. Based on the system’s innovative analysis of different patient functional abilities, therapists can now receive recommendations on the correct adjustments according to treatment parameters. This helps improve decision-making, progresses therapy programs and enhances patient care.
Natural Gait Patterns
Putting your patient at the heart of therapy, the Optimal-G™ Pro was designed to allow for “natural” gait kinematic movements during walking.
- Natural movement of the hip, knee, ankle during walking exercises.
- Three-dimensional freedom of movement of the pelvis: Lateral shift, Rotation and Up/Down.
- Optimal weight bearing and pressure distribution by shifting the load from the robotic support to the patient’s lower limbs.
- Improved gait pattern through ergonomically designed harness and foot-lifters.
Designed for Efficiency and Comfort
The Optimal-G™ Pro delivers on the promise of robotic rehabilitation technology, by assisting therapists to deliver longer training duration and intensity, superior feedback, more treatments and the highest standard of patient care.
- <10mins set-up (lifting from sitting position)
- Maximum comfort
- Adjustable leg height control
- Same robotic legs for adults & pediatrics
- Keeps patients’ posture stable & well-positioned
- Cerebral Vascular Accident (CVA) – Stroke
- Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) – complete and incomplete
- Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI
- Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
- Parkinson’s Disease PD)
- Cerebral Palsy (CP)
- Orthopedic conditions
- Length: 313 cm (123.2 in)
- Length with ramp: 405 cm (159.4 in)
- Width: 131 cm (51.6 in)
- Height: 275 cm (108.7 in)
- Weight: 960 Kg (2116.8 lb)
- Treadmill width: 70 cm (27.5 in)
- Treadmill length: 130 cm (51.2 in)
- Adjustable hip width: 24-61 cm (9.4-24 in)
- Max. patient weight: 150 kg (330 lb)
- Max. patient height: 200 cm (78.7 in)
- Treadmill speed: Max 10 km/hr (6.21 mph) without robotic legs; max 3.5 km/hr (2.17 mph) with robotic legs
- Main screen size: 40 in. HD TV; therapist touch screen size: 22 in.
- System Rating: 115/230 VAC, 50/60 Hz MAX 2,500 VA
- Frequency: 50-60 Hz
- Adjustable handrail
- Integrated wheels for easy transport
- Detachable structure allows installation in small rooms
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TestimonialsRead what patients and therapists say about Motorika
After years of research, we now know that the central nervous system is constantly able to remodel itself throughout a person’s lifetime. This neuroplasticity, as it’s called, is a normal function of learning, and also a normal function of brain recovery after damage, and is dependent on the practice of the right kind of activities. The ReoAmbulator is a way to introduce as normal a movement as we can, to a damaged nervous system or body, so the patient can practice walking as normally as possible. These repetitive events can cause the nervous system to adapt, effectively, re-learning a motor skill. We’ve seen people get to walking earlier than they may have if they had followed the traditional therapy route. In addition, many others are noticing improvement in their walking abilities after adding ReoAmbulator training to their outpatient rehabilitation therapy. Adding this training to a therapy program, even at a later stage of recovery, may help all sorts of patients with central nervous system disorders, such as stroke, traumatic brain injury, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury, and perhaps even developmental disorders, such as cerebral palsy.
For the first time in 14 years, Lewis Compton, an assistant principal at Laurens High School, was able to stand and simulate walking since a deer hunting accident that injured his spine and left him paralyzed. “It was a really good feeling to be able to see your legs actually working and moving again,” Compton said. Compton has devices at home that help stimulate his leg muscles, but nothing that feels as close to walking as the ReoAmbulatorTM. “It’s a real good feeling psychologically, and to be upright — that’s a good feeling. Seeing your legs walking and moving is just a good feeling. This is the movement part of it that’s so incredibly, I guess, therapeutic. It might not be so much rehabilitative to me, but therapeutic. It just makes you feel good, to be honest with you.” Compton said if he had access to the machine 14 years ago, while he might not have regained the ability to walk, it certainly would have improved his morale and physical fitness. “Just being upright and having weight on your legs, it helps not only with the therapeutic, but also with your bones, because you lose bone density by not putting any weight (down), so any weight bearing on your bones – it’s good for my legs to keep the bone density from going away.” ( NHC HealthCare – Clinton, SC USA)