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Neurological Rehabilitation

Neurological Rehabilitation involves various interventions, physical, mental, emotional, or social, which help to reintegrate a person with an impairment or disability back into society.

Neurological Rehabilitation involves various interventions, physical, mental, emotional, or social, which help to reintegrate a person with an impairment or disability back into society. Neurological Rehabilitation is an integral part of our rehabilitation program at Vishesh Jupiter Hospital, a one-stop comprehensive destination for all the services put together. We offer a wide spectrum of facilities under one roof backed by a team of doctors, who assess whether the program is working or not through functional outcome measures.

In addition to the multidisciplinary rehabilitation team, the Rehabilitation Centre has a luxurious rehab lab with all the advanced rehabilitation technologies and modalities in place, including:

1) LEXO- Robot-assisted gait rehabilitation device for the patients with limited ability to walk due to neurological damage as well as orthopedic concerns. The repetitive movements of the lower limbs generate intrinsic and extrinsic stimuli which favor neuronal plasticity development and helps to recover lost movements.

2) AMADEO- It is a robotic rehabilitation device for the hand. It has interactive therapies targeting the movement of individual fingers and thumb. Interventions can be supported passively, with assistance or fully actively.

3) DIEGO- Robotic upper limb rehabilitation device, which uses the concept of intelligent gravity compensation, thus tailoring the required support needed for patients. Unilateral and bilateral therapies for the whole arm within assisted and interactive therapy programs can be performed.

4) OMEGO- Robotic-assisted end-effector device for the lower extremities. Patient can be trained in an active, passive or assistive way on gait relevant aspects such as walking ability, balance, walking distance or walking speed.

5) TYMO- It is a balance assessment and training device. Force sensors detect weight shifting and load balancing over the feet. The target group includes neurological, orthopedic and pediatric patients with dysfuctional force control. It helps to develop accuracy, coordination, body control and balance.

6) PABLO- It is an interactive therapy facilitated by motion sensors secured to the upper limbs with loop straps. Used for upper limb assessment and upper limb rehabilitation. It can also be used for rehabilitation of hand functions like for grip and grasp strengthening.

7) MYRO- Interactive therapy, facilitated by touch screen with the use of force control and touch. With Myro we are able to train visuo-spatial perception and cognitive processes whilst maintaining goal oriented and intuitive therapy.

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