Exercise every day

Choose out of our list of exercises according to your functional abilities and your goals. With different requirements, dedicated active arm motor rehabilitation is just a click away. Moving repetitive training out of your one-on-one therapy session into VR will give you more time for complex therapy with your therapist.

Boxing VR
Boxing
Cutting Cubes
Cutting Cubes
Air Hockey
Air Hockey
Popping Bubbles
Popping bubbles
Magic Sphere
Magic sphere
Basic drum
Basic drum
Building Cubes
Building Cubes
Fire Drilling
Boxing VR

Boxing VR

An interactive game with our rewellio avatar as a sparring partner. Not only reaction but following patterns and instructions will challenge your motoric and kognitiv functions. Speed and patterns will become complexer over time to keep you on your toes. Requirements such as crossing your midline have the goal to integrate both sides of your body in movements.

Therapeutic aspects

Active Arm Motion
Active Hand Motion
Range of Motion
Visual exploration
Coordination

Goals

Cutting Cubes

Cutting cubes

With the sword as an extension of your arm, your space within reach will grow and so does the challenge. Finding and slicing all the cubes will dare you to reach further and explore. With the sword as an extension, the training can start with only a small range of reach.

Therapeutic aspects

Active Arm Motion
Active Hand Motion
Range of Motion
Visual exploration
Coordination

Goals

Air Hockey

Air Hockey

This classical arcade game will adapt to your function and still challenge you. Speed and table width adapts to the functional abilities. Starting form training reactiv skill up to a fun game against or rewellio avatar.

Therapeutic aspects

Active Arm Motion
Active Hand Motion
Range of Motion
Visual exploration
Coordination

Goals

Popping Bubbles

Popping bubbles

A classical reach for the goal game. Your challenge, to find all bubbles and reach for the right color. Exploring the whole field of vision and moving patterns outside of your comfort zone will make this game a dare for everyone.

Therapeutic aspects

Active Arm Motion
Active Hand Motion
Range of Motion
Visual exploration
Coordination

Goals

Magic Sphere

Magic Sphere

Keeping the ball in the sphere requires a lot of body control, position holding and attention. With a clear goal and borders slow position changes and equilibrium responses will occur. With time to balance and to react, the response to the challenge will be to increase performance.

Therapeutic aspects

Active Arm Motion
Active Hand Motion
Range of Motion
Visual exploration
Coordination

Goals

Basic drum

Basic Drum

Music and rhythm can be inspiring. With our basic drums exercise, components such as timing and reaction are encourage. Visual cues and rhythm supports the right reaction, furthermore this exercise promotes movement planning and attention. Butting motor learning and rhythm into one exercise is our new challenge for you.

Therapeutic aspects

Active Arm Motion
Active Hand Motion
Range of Motion
Visual exploration
Coordination

Goals

Building Cubes

Building Cubes

Walk your first steps with our finger tracking and use our building playground to create cubes with your hands. By pinching your thumb and your index finger together and pulling your hands apart, you can create cubes in all different sizes. See how many different cubes you can create.
Building cubes is our starting exercise to get a feeling for hand tracking.

Therapeutic aspects

Active Arm Motion
Active Hand Motion
Range of Motion
Visual exploration
Coordination

Goals

Fire Drilling

Do you want to work on moving your hands individually? Fire drilling aims to include both of your hands and gives your left and right hand a different task at the same time. Aiming and pointing with one hand and pumping water with the other can be one of the first dual-task exercises for you.

Therapeutic aspects

Active Arm Motion
Active Hand Motion
Range of Motion
Visual exploration
Coordination

Goals

Building Cubes
Visual Attention VR

Visual Attention VR

This exercise stimulates your vision with flying objects in your own three dimensional virtual reality space. As you steer through a series of dice by moving your head, this exercise trains your visual system while you can focus on the game and the next best personal high-score.

Therapeutic aspects

Visual exploration
Coordination

Goals

Original-Mode

Original Mode

Original Mode for FMS* <34

Activate both hands in the measured range of motion. The original mode offers unilateral as well as bimanual exercises in VR. Equal hand use is enforced by the environment.

Goals:
coordination
reactive training
enhancing Range of Motion

CIMT-Mode-1

CIMT Mode

CIMT Mode for Learned-non-use

Both hands are displayed in VR, but only the paretic one can be used. Through active training with only one arm, the attention is
focused on one side. Within VR hand use is enabled.

Goals:
activation the paretic arm
Range of Motion
Repetition

Observation-Mode-1

Observation Mode

Observation Mode for FMS <17

Based on action observation and mirror therapy, this mode offers patients with no or minimal arm movement training opportunities at home. It stimulates the movement of the paretic arm when observed.

Goals:
early activation
action observation
gaze attention

We keep your data safe

All training data is stored securely in the cloud and is only connected to your patient account. This gives you full control over your data. You can share your data with selected therapists and revoke their access at any time.

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