Must read | Journal Ergopraxis (Thieme) | ATZ Aschaffenburg 🇩🇪

03 February 2022

Very nice article from our customer ATZ Aschaffenburg (Germany) in the journal ergopraxis (Thieme).

Charlotte Heckmann and Sarah Haase report on their experiences with our IVS3 therapy system.

“A new visuomotor simulation training for people after stroke designed to help improve movement control and planning”

  • The experiences with the device so far show positive therapy effects
  • The affected upper limb is efficiently integrated into treatment
  • The therapy sessions can be designed and executed tailored to the patient’s needs
  • The usage of the device is easy, understandable and provides a fast set- up.

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