Speed Up the Rehabilitation Process

Motekforce Link products are used for clinical analysis and training. The many available application options make the products suitable for research and clinical treatment in neurology rehabilitation medicine, orthopedics, physical therapy, sports, and psychology.

 

CAREN

CAREN

CAREN the Motekforce Link leading product, a hardware and software system for registration, evaluation and training of functional human behaviour. This biomechanical lab consists of a motion base, motion capture, a projection screen and the D-Flow software.

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GRAIL

GRAIL

GRAIL is a total package solution for gait analysis and gait training, which employs an instrumented dual-belt treadmill, a motion-capture system and Virtual Reality (VR) environments in addition to three video cameras. GRAIL empowers user friendly assessments and exercises, in challenging conditions, to improve (pathological) gait patterns. Real-time feedback in GRAIL enable analysis and training during the same session.

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M-Gait

M-Gait

A Modular treadmill system for Gait Research & Clinical Gait Analysis. The M-Gait is modular, enabling various system enhancements to upgrade the functionality of your set-up. Add, for example, fast treadmill pitch and sway, 3D motion capture and/or an interactive Virtual Reality system (VR).

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RYSEN™

RYSEN™

Motek’s next-generation 3D bodyweight support system. The RYSEN’s highly innovative technical design combines vertical and horizontal assistive forces, offering an intuitive therapy setup with unprecedented freedom of movement in natural conditions. Following the motor learning principles, the RYSEN covers critical ground for clinical and research purposes, allowing patients to transition into daily life activities by safely exercising at their optimal challenge point.

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C-Mill

C-Mill

The C-Mill is a treadmill that uses visual cues on the belt surface and acoustic cues for training and evaluation of gait patterns. The C-Mill allows for learning gait adaptability strategies through obstacle avoidance in a safe and controlled environment.

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