Invitation to Medica 2017
AUTOMATION AND INTELLIGENCE IN EXERCISE AND REHABILITATION. AN EXERCISE EXPERIENCE FOR ACTIVE AGEING AND REHABILITATION WITHOUT COMPARISON. A NEW WAVE IN MEDICAL FITNESS AND STRENGTH TRAINING…
AT MEDICA HUR SHOWS HOW
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HUR offers computerized scientific exercise and rehabilitation equipment with automation. At Medica 2017 HUR launches integrated medical concepts for preventive exercise, disease management and rehabilitation, covering Falls Prevention, Hypertension, Type 2 Diabetes, Cardiac Rehabilitation and Hip and Knee Rehabilitation.
We all know that strength is vital for our health and why exercising is important. But knowing WHY is only the first half of the story. At Medica HUR takes strength training to the next level and shows HOW.
HUR has taken five different strength training exercise concepts and integrated them right into the core of the HUR SmartTouch software. This makes the concepts and training programmes accessible straight from the machine right from the get go. Taking your facility’s possibilities and services to the next level has never been this easy...
Stepping stones to medical fitness
Interest in medical fitness has skyrocketed and we have witnessed a lot of traditional gyms expanding their focus to rehabilitative and preventive training, as well as clinics continuing training with their clients even after their full recovery. HUR SmartTouch offers a world leading comprehensive solution for strength training and rehabilitation, improving businesses all over the world.
Why is data and intelligence in rehabilitation important?
The importance of computerized exercise and rehabilitation can´t be stressed enough. Different organisations in our society - from insurance companies to politicians – need evidence-based data from clinics and wellness centres of the progress of their patients. That means that professionals need easy to use, automated tools for rehabilitation and exercise – to be able to visualise the wonderful work they are doing. Furthermore, the work needs to be safe and efficient. Rehabilitation times are getting shorter and the staff forces are decreasing in size – and what happens then to the motivation of the patient?
“To meet this reality, we need to provide solutions for faster rehabilitation, independent exercise for all ages and abilities, evidence based activities and the possibility for patients themselves to track their own progress easily, which is crucial for keeping up the motivation.” Lena Karjaluoto, Executive Vice President, HUR
For more information, please contact HUR Chief Marketing Officer, Mrs Sofia Mattila, firstname.lastname@example.org