KINECT is a perfect example of using modern technology in the rehabilitation that allows physiotherapists to work with any group of patients. Kinect allows to work with patients in specific ranges of movements, engaging selected body segments, allows starting in many positions and using additional devices.
Due to these properties, Kinect works in post-traumatic, post-operative, orthopedic and neurological rehabilitation in both children and adults. Kinect is also used in rheumatic and geriatric rehabilitation.
Kinect is part of the ACX.Rehab concept that uses software that makes patients aware of the challenges they face and the progress they have made in rehabilitation, which increases their motivation.
Our core “3D Camera Base pack” module for ACX.Rehab contains
therapeutic tasks in almost all rehabilitation domains.
It lets therapists support functional, occupational and cognitive therapy for patients struggling with cerebral, neurogenic, spinal, muscular or bone-related disorders
ACX.Rehab “3D Camera Base pack” can be used in the case of:
• Cerebro Vascular Accidents
• Multiple sclerosis
• Cerebral palsy
• Parkinson`s Disease and Extrapyramidal Syndromes
• Brain-tumor operations
• Spinal cord injuries
• Traumatic brain injury
• Muscular atrophy
• Deconditioning – muscle weakness due to lack of mobility
• Endoprosthesis for hip, knee, elbow and shoulder joints
• Following stable fractures of vertebra and/or extremities
• Limb amputations with or without prosthesis
• Balance and Equilibrium disturbances
Analysis range of movements,
Dynamic and static movements,
Train the patient`s balance,
Measurement of the angles, velocity and acceleration,
Extensive data analysis capabilities,
Ready protocols and the ability to create your own exercises with integrated real-time biofeedback,
Objectification of the rehabilitation process,
Adaptation of the exercise difficulty level to the current needs of the patient.
Improving the range of movements
Increased muscle strength and endurance
Cables and power supply necessary for the proper operation