FESIA TECHNOLOGY, S.L. of Donostia at MEDICA 2018 in Düsseldorf -- MEDICA - World Forum for Medicine


Pº Mikeletegi, 1, 20009 Donostia

This company is co-exhibitor of
Asoc. Basque Health Cluster

Hall map

MEDICA 2018 hall map (Hall 16): stand B31

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MEDICA 2018 fairground map: Hall 16

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Electromedical Equipment / Medical Technology
  • 01.04  Therapy and physical medicine
  • 01.04.02  Electro-therapy equipment

Electro-therapy equipment

Our products

Product category: Electro-therapy equipment


The Fesia Technology-based devices enhance the capacity of FES by applying it through a multi-pad electrode. The stimulator communicates with a PC, tablet or smartphone using serial communication over Bluetooth, a wireless interface. It can modulate the electrical impulse in frequency, amplitude, pulse width and pulse compensation. Each one of the pads is fully controllable and thus asynchronous activation of motor-neurons is possible, which is important for fatigue reduction.

Asynchronous activation also improves the muscle selectivity. The multi-pad electrode is designed specifically for each muscle group and therefore reinforces the selectivity and also includes sensor elements, which facilitates the assessment of the user’s movement.

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About us

Company details

Fesia Technology is a manufacturer of therapeutic devices for neurorrehabilitation. We are working on a new generation of medical devices based on functional electrical stimulation for neurorrehabilitation therapies.

We have the vision to improve the quality of life of stroke and neuromuscular disease patients in all stages of their rehabilitation process through medical devices based on a new technology that provides huge versatility.

We offer a range of products that enable doctors, therapists and patients to work together towards their goals. Our technology includes the latest technical advances in functional electrical stimulation, making it accessible and easy to use, allowing patients to perform more intensive therapeutic sessions during the rehabilitation process.

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