Training approaches


Examples of training programmes with HAPPY REHAB are seen below:

Happy Rehab training program

 

1) Continuous use
Used continuously as a dynamic, interactive standing support system

 

2) Intensive programme
Used directly after Botulinum toxin (BTX) treatment, for example, or in a goal-oriented intensive training programme.

3) As part of physiotherapy treatment
Used as warm-up, training and active stretching of specific muscle groups.

4) Ad hoc
Used ad hoc, for example in rehabilitation after surgery.

 

Adjustment of system settings, calibration, level of difficulty and combination of exercises should be done regularly in all training programmes, according to specific goals and objectives.

The most important thing for us is that people can see the purpose of their training. My client could see that with TREAX Pads

Annette Lock Hansen, Occupational therapist at Marselisborg Centre, Denmark