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  • Robot is a good helper in Lower-Limb Stroke Therapy

    Robot is a good helper in Lower-Limb Stroke Therapy

    Robot is a good helper in Lower-Limb Stroke Therapy   Because of the social aging process, there are more and more patients are experiencing lower-limb injuries caused by diseases or accidents that makes the rehabilitation of their exercise ability particularly important...
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  • Something You Should Know about Muscle Soreness

    Something You Should Know about Muscle Soreness

    Excessive exercise can make your body work to the limit. Sometimes you might wake up in the middle of the night because of soreness. Few people know what happens when exercising. Markus Klingenber, an orthopedist and sports medicine specialist from a German Beta Klinik polyclinic, who is also a c...
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  • Common Techniques for Orthopedic Rehabilitation

    Common Techniques for Orthopedic Rehabilitation

    Orthopedic Rehabilitation Procedures: It is based on the recovery of joint range of motion and the elimination of inflammation and pain, and followed by functional training centered on proprioceptive training and comprehensive motor and sensory training; at last, the patient’s function is f...
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  • Hand Function Rehabilitation Robotics

    Hand Function Rehabilitation Robotics

    The development of rehabilitation medicine has advanced by leaps and bounds over the past 30 years. The modern rehabilitation theory is constantly being improved, and the technologies of rehabilitation prevention, assessment and treatment are also constantly improving. The related concepts are gr...
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  • Principles and Basic Methods of Muscle Strength Training

    Principles and Basic Methods of Muscle Strength Training

    Muscle strength is the body’s ability to complete movement by overcoming and fighting resistance through muscle contraction. It is the form in which muscles exert their physiological functions. Muscles perform work on the outside world mainly through muscle force. Decreased muscle strength ...
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  • Muscle Strength Training After Stroke

    Muscle Strength training should be a very important part of rehabilitation. Strength is directly related to functions, which can be improved without adverse effects through planned strengthening exercises. The muscle strength training for stroke is not only the explosive force training of muscle ...
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  • Methods for Pain Rehabilitation Treatment

    Methods for Pain Rehabilitation Treatment

    Pain should be a word that is familiar to all of us. Pain has different degrees from mild and severe. In many cases, it will be accompanied by substantial or potential damage, which directly affects the physical and mental health of patients. Pain will not only affect the patient’s physical...
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  • How to Deal with Muscle Soreness?

    How to Deal with Muscle Soreness?

    Many people will experience muscle soreness after exercising. Especially for those who lack exercise, if they suddenly increase the amount of exercise, they are more prone to muscle soreness, and may have difficulty walking in severe cases. It usually appears on the 2nd day after exercise, reache...
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  • New Product: Knee Joint Active Training Apparatus

    New Product: Knee Joint Active Training Apparatus

    Yeecon recently launched a new product: Knee Joint Active Training Apparatus for Rehabilitation Enhancement SL1. SL1 is a patented technology designed for accelerated recovery after knee joint surgery such as TKA. It’s an active training apparatus which means that patients can control the trainin...
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  • Rehabilitation Training of Stroke Hemiplegia: The Earlier the Better!

    Rehabilitation Training of Stroke Hemiplegia: The Earlier the Better!

    Stroke is a common disease caused by brain disorder. After stroke, patients might have conditions such as facial paralysis, disturbance of consciousness, alalia, blurred vision and hemiplegia, which severely affect their daily life.  It is clinically proven that the earlier rehabilitation starts...
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  • Active and Passive Rehabilitation Training, Which is Better?

    Active and Passive Rehabilitation Training, Which is Better?

    Rehabilitation Training: Passive Training Passive Training: Therapist is the key. The therapist acts as an ‘healer’, and the patient is just a sick person who is passively receiving treatment. The patient is like an instrument to be repaired. The therapist focuses on the ‘tightness’ and ‘loosenes...
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  • Why Can’t You Ignore Neck Pain?

    Why Can’t You Ignore Neck Pain?

    Neck pain is a common clinical symptom. Epidemiological investigation shows that neck pain ranks fourth among the reasons that affect daily labor ability. At any time, 15% of people are experiencing neck pain, and this proportion is 20~30% among college students and young people in the workplace....
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