دانشگاه علوم پزشکی ایران
Iran University of Medical Sciences

Fisiotek Continous Passive Motion (CPM)

 | Post date: 2017/05/22 | 

In biomechanics Lab. we have a CPM primarily for didactic purposes. The actual role of CPM is in hospitals for post operative rehabilitation/recovery. Fisiotek is an electronic rehabilitator for passive exercise of the lower and upper limbs. It ensures rapid post operative recovery and offers the following advantages:

  • Multiple functions, all easy to program.
  • "Active" function memory, even when the unit is turned off, the patient can stop and restart the unit during the rehabilitation by means of mobile keyboard.
  • The leg and arm rest can be easily adjusted simply and quickly.

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Movements carried out on the shoulder:

  • Elevation 5°- 180°
  • Adduction-Abduction 35° - 150°
  • Internal-external rotation 90° - 0° - 90°

Movements carried out on the elbow (with appropriate accessories):

  • Flexion-extension 0° - 150°
  • Pronation-Supination 90° - 0° - 90°

Movements carried out on the wrist (with appropriate accessories):

  • Flexion-extension 80° - 0° - 80°
  • Ulnar-radial deviation 20°- 0° - 30°

Movements carried out on the lower limbs:

  • Flexion-extension movement of the knee amplitude from 0° to 110°
  • Dorsal-plantar flexion movement of the ankle
  • Amplitude 20°- 0°- 40°

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