Cantley Medical Pty Ltd

5/281 Pacific Highway 

North Sydney NSW 2060 Australia

PH 02 9923 2369

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Upper Limb Rehabilitation Equipment






Lower Limb Rehabilitation Equipment




TYMO Balance

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OMEGO® Therapy for all phases of gait rehabilitation, gone motivational

OMEGO® facts

One system for all relevant gait rehabilitation goals

- Walking ability

- Balance

- Walking distance

- Walking speed

- Ideal for mobile and wheelchair-bound patients
- Short setup time
- Maximizes net therapy time
- Uni- and bilateral therapy
- Motivational evidence-based therapy
- Gamification
- Documented reporting
- High adaptability to patients‘ needs and requirements
- Coupled and decoupled drives

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OMEGO® Schedule a Demo

Schedule a no obligation demo at you facility.

OMEGO® functionalities

  • Applications for all important gait therapy elements:

- Mobilisation

- Active and passive ROM-Training

- Muscle strength

- Endurance

- Tone regulation


  • Uni- and bilateral leg training with various functions such as symmetry detection, leg press, stepper, cycling, rhythmic stimulation, exteroception training and dorsi-plantarflexion training

  • Specific rehabilitation of one particular or multiple therapy goals which are necessary for normal physiological gait patterns

  • Identification and training of asymmetries in the sequence of movements by decoupled drives

  • Prevents compensation

  • Spasticity recognition

OMEGO® in practice

  • Motivating therapeutic exercises and interactive therapy games with TyroS software

  • Strengthening of gait relevant muscles with leg press and stepper

  • Cardiovascular training – Training options in ergometer mode even with restricted joint mobility

  • Training of knee joints‘ range of motion, muscular strengthening and symmetry with stepper and leg press

  • Foot-lifting mode for dorsi-plantarflexion training

  • Active, passive and assistive modes