Cantley Medical Pty Ltd

5/281 Pacific Highway 

North Sydney NSW 2060 Australia

PH 02 9923 2369

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PABLO® Upper Extremity

PABLO® Upper Extremity facts

  • Sensor-based rehabilitation device for unilateral and bilateral training

  • Interactive therapies for the whole body (hand, fingers, arms, legs, trunk, head)

  • Wireless therapy device

  • Can be used by adults and children in all rehabilitation phases

  • Objective assessments, monitoring and reporting system

  • Assistance and movement guidance with Multiboard and Multiball for weaker patients

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PABLO® Upper Extremity functionalities

  • Measurement of various gripping patterns of the human hand and the resulting forces

  • Built-in strength sensors measure extension and flexion force of the hand

  • Training of pronation and supination training as well as wrist extension and flexion training

  • Measurement of exerted force for pinch, lateral-, threepoint- and interdigital grips

  • Motionsensors with built-in Inertial Measurement Units (IMU) measure every kind of body movement (head, arm, trunk, leg)

  • Ergonomic design for adults and children

  • Individual positioning of Motionsensors

  • Connectes wirelessly via Bluetooth

  • Interactive movement training with audiovisual feedback

PABLO® Upper Extremity in practice

  • Endless possibilities: Combining PABLO® Motionsensors with the TYROS software enables various motivating therapeutic movement exercise with additional feedback

  • Assessments for measuring the strength of hand functions and the active range of motion of the upper extremity

  • Interactive therapy games increase motivation and ensure target-oriented repetitive therapy

  • Report and documentation options: Individual data and theray progress are documented in an electronic patient file

  • Link to daily routine: Link to daily routine supports the motivation of the patient and enables motor learning

  • Minimal movements become visible: The sensitivity of the Motionsensors enables tracking of elemental movements