Fourier ArmMotus™ M2：Redefining Upper-Limb Rehab Robotics
Fourier ArmMotus™ M2 is designed to encourage neuroplasticity of upper-limb function on patients with neurological brain injuries.
Fourier ArmMotus™ M2 is designed to encourage neuroplasticity of upper-limb function on patients with neurological brain injuries. With the delicate haptic technology integrated, Fourier ArmMotus™ M2 can 'feel' the touch of the patient and provide assistive force for completing the environment. Moreover, objective evaluation of exercises and user-friendly reports about the patient's progress provide accurate reference to the therapists.
Fourier ArmMotus™ M2 as the next generation of the rehab robot by collaborating with the therapists, it allows the excution and management of rehabilitation process to be more efficient and effective.
4 TRAINING MODES
Applicable for all stages of neural recovery
Provide unique ‘Teaching’ Mode
Reward-based therapeutic games
Over-torque protection, emergency stop button and electronic fence
Quantified data about functional assessment of ROM
VARIOUS TRAINING TYPES
1. 4 TRAINING MODES
Fourier ArmMotus™ M2 provides various training modes on upper limb rehabilitation, including passive, assistive, active and resistive modes which covers all stages (1-7 based on Bruunstrom Approach) of neurorehabilitation process after stroke.
Applicable for all stages of neural recovery
2. PROFESSIONAL ASSESSMENT
Real-time data acquisition and analysis with quantiﬁed assessment mechanism allow generating biomechanical evaluation & performance report such as range of motion, moving trajectory and muscle strength.
Reports generated & stored automatically after each training & evaluation
Integrated with high-precision haptic sensors for quantiﬁcation
3. IMMERSIVE GAME-LIKE EXPERIENCE
Engaging therapeutic games based on real-time trajectory feedback greatly motivates patients throughout the rehabilitation process.
Coordinated with user-friendly interactive interface, the reward-based and task-oriented games motivate patients to be more actively engaged into treatment.
No need for any programming or coding knowledge, the therapists can leverage "teaching" mode to create a customized training trajectory and satisfy for different patients' conditions.
By moving the handle, therapists can simply plan the movement that patients supposed to accomplish while ArmMotus™ M2 records the trajectory automatically for reloading.
5. MULTI-SECURITY PROTECTION
Fourier ArmMotus™ M2 provides the fully security protection including the emergency stop, over-torque protection and also the electronic fence.
These protectioin approaches could provide multi-level safety net to ensure the physcial conditions of patients are inviolable.
6. VARIOUS TRAINING TYPES
Fourier ArmMotus™ M2 contains variety of training types to cover different body parts rehabilitation, which as a result, adapt to specific demands of patients.
① Central or peripheral nervous disorders: Stroke, Traumatic brain injury (TBI), Spinal cord injuries (SCI), Multiple sclerosis (MS)
② Musculoskeletal Disorders: Adhesive capsulitis, upper limb fracture (follow the rehabilitation protocol)
③ Cardiopulmonary disorders: Chronic respiratory diseases (i.e. interstitial lung disease, bronchiectasis)
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