Ankle Rehabilitation Robot

MSK Doctors offers an intelligent ankle joint rehabilitation treatment involving a robotic system. This treatment offers personalised and professional therapy for patients that are experiencing ankle mobility dysfunctions. The device helps you to improve your motor control, range of motion, muscle strength and offers cognitive training. 

The human-robot interaction offers an immersive interactive experience covering the acute to the chronic stages with an intelligent force feedback technology that responds to the patients needs.

Doctor's Clinic
Ankle Measurement
Video Game Computer

 

  • This is not your typical ankle treatment, immerse yourself with your recovery

  • The ankle robot is used alongside conventional physiotherapy to optimise the outcome

 

  • Help ankle mobility dysfunctions

  • Enjoy your recovery with the interactive experience

  • Improve motor control, range of motion, muscle strength and cognitive thinking

Immerse Yourself 

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What are the benefits?

Interactive Experience

Stay focused on your rehabilitation and retain your interest by immersing yourself with an extensive amount of interactive games and training plans. Use your foot to complete objectives and challenges through audio and visual inputs and retain your mobility in your ankle. 

Measurable Training

Gather data and measure every movement to track your progression. The ankle robot is integrated with force and position sensors to gather data on range of motion, strength and response time. The combination of data and the help of our practitioners will enable optimal training outcomes.

Multiple Training Plans

Our practitioners will choose the best training plan for you and every rehabilitation session is personalised for your needs and current condition. 

Indications for Treatment

Neurological Conditions

Neurological Conditions

  • Stroke (cerebral haemorrhages, cerebral infarction) 

  • Traumatic brain injury (TBI)

  • Partial spinal cord injury (SCI)

  • Guillain-Barre syndrome

  • Parkinson's disease

  • Multiple sclerosis (MS)

  • Cerebral palsy (CP)

  • Motor retardation

  • Motor neuron diseases

  • Ankle sprains

  • Soft tissue injuries (i.e. ligament, tendons, muscles)

  • Ankle fractures (stabilised) 

  • Ankle osteoarthritis