Rehab technology plays a crucial role in supporting people with limited mobility and orthopaedic needs.
Orthopaedic aids are specially developed devices designed to improve the quality of life of people with orthopaedic problems. They include, for example, orthoses, prostheses and specially adapted shoes. These aids provide stability, support and relief for affected areas of the body.
Mobility aids are another important aspect of rehabilitation technology. Wheelchairs, rollators and electric scooters are just a few examples of such aids. They enable persons with limited mobility to regain their independence and manage their daily activities.
Walking aids, such as forearm crutches or walking sticks, provide additional stability and safety when walking. They are often used in the case of injuries or after operations to support the healing process and reduce the risk of falls.