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DIEGO®
Bilaterally back to life

DIEGO is Tyromotion´s unique robotic upper extremity rehabilitation device for neurological and orthopedic conditions. DIEGO skillfully assists patients with its unique intelligent weight relief. Its 3-dimensional therapeutic area and virtual reality promotes therapy progress and allows functional training according to the individual rehabilitation goals. It helps patients to get better, every day.

DIEGO facts

  • Robotic and sensor-based rehabilitation device

  • Unilateral and bilateral therapy in one device – no configuration necessary

  • Assistive and interactive therapies for the whole arm

  • Applicable for adults and children in all rehabilitation phases

  • Short setup time of patient to device

  • End effector system (hands-on possible)

  • Assist-as-needed with intelligent gravity compensation (IGC)

  • Enables task-oriented training

DIEGO functionalities

  • Training of lost arm-shoulder functionalities in neurological, pediatric, orthopedic, and geriatric impairments

  • Distal support allows for a proximal initiation of movement

  • Active weight relief of the arms, IGC (Intelligent Gravity Compensation) promotes an optimal mobilization of the arms

  • Virtual Reality supports cognitive rehabilitation and stimulates neuroplastic changes in the brain

  • ROM assessments as well as functional therapies for the upper extremity

  • Quick and easy patient setup with arm slings that attach to the arm both unilaterally and bilaterally

  • Accessible for both mobile and wheelchair patients

  • Two overhead arm units, individually adjustable arm slings, motor controlled ropes

  • Sensors capture the arms’ positions as well as the joint angle

DIEGO in practice

  • Interactive therapeutic games

  • Assessments show improvements and rehabilitation progression

  • Reporting and documentation saves diagnoses & therapy results

  • Enables ideal transfer of what the patient has learned into everyday life

  • Quick change between adults and children

  • High net therapy time

  • Interactive therapies and task-oriented training with objects

  • Symmetrical and asymmetrical movements as well as cyclical and cooperative sequences of movement

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