Functional electrostimulation

"The competence of adViva is to support the patients in rehabilitation and life afterwards. Through our daily work we know the many problems patients have to struggle with. adViva offers many aids that can make life with disabilities easier after a stroke: from orthoses and stair lifts to mobile stair climbers," says adViva managing director Gerhard Biber.

 

 

 

Functional Electrostimulation L300 Go

Mobility after stroke

More quality of life and fewer restrictions

The adViva stroke team consists of physiotherapists, sports scientists and master orthopedic technicians. It advises and supports stroke patients with different therapeutic approaches and modern assistive products:

  • adViva PowerSpring... The individually manufactured adViva spiral orthosis for a safe gait adV PowerSpring®.
  • Bioness L300 Go... Functional electrostimulation for the reduction of stroke-related restrictions in movement such as foot lifter weakness
  • Customized assistive products according to the latest technical standards
  • adViva video-supported movement analysis and training
  • Targeted safety and mobility products to make everyday life easier

How the L300 Go System works:

  • targeted electrostimulation
  • adaptation of the L300 Go to changes in gait pattern
  • reliable delivery of the stimulation impulse
  • lifting the foot

... for more mobility, independence and quality of life.

But take a look at the film on functional electrostimulation

A stroke or apoplexy, as the disease is also called, often hits people out of the blue and can happen to anyone. But there are often warning signs such as temporary hemiplegia, impaired vision or speech, or sudden, raging headaches. Recognizing these warning signs can save lives.

First of all: Every minute counts! No matter who it affects: The most important first step is to recognize a stroke as quickly as possible ... just FAST: The following signs indicate a stroke:

Face: Is there any drooping of the face or one side of the mouth or impaired vision ...

Arms: Are any limbs paralyzed?

Speech: Does the affected person suffer from speech disorders? (e.g. unclear or unrelated)

Time: Immediately call 112 and report a suspected stroke!

Do not hesitate to call 112 immediately if symptoms occur in you or any other person! Every stroke and also a temporary circulatory disturbance of the brain (TIA) is an emergency.

Course of action for acute stroke:

- Keep the airways clear and put the patient in a stable lateral position in case of vomiting or unconsciousness

- Observe the affected person and actively prevent him/her from falling asleep

- If necessary, loosen restrictive clothing, remove dentures

- Check pulse and respiration

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