“I love seeing my knee going around. I haven’t ridden a bike in 30 years, and I have already gone one mile today.” Your patients take charge of their pain and own their progress from the beginning of rehab therapy.
“One of our successes is a child on ADHD meds. We often have to give him his meds at school. But it takes about an hour for them to kick in so he has to ride the MindBike first thing every morning. It allows him to be productive in class immediately. ”
MindBridge Innovations, LLC, offers the OrthoBike™ dual-action stationary therapy bike to orthopedic surgeons and therapists, providing a consistent and systematic therapy tool for early range of motion rehab after total hip and knee replacement and other knee repair surgeries. Therapists use the OrthoBike tools in the outpatient clinic to increase the flexion and extension of the affected knee or hip while increasing upper leg strength and improving gait. They can also send them home specifically to help slower patients, as a “second therapist, 24/7.” Compliance at home is monitored by digital technology and on-line data. Our headquarters and fabrication group are in Allentown, PA.
Patients: It’s all about the patients. Nothing matters more at the end of the day than how they feel, their ability to resume living, and their gratitude.
Self-reliance: It is important that patients engage the therapy. We help them assume responsibility for managing pain, for making progress towards clear and fixed milestones, and for disciplining themselves to do the right things regularly. They learn what they need to help themselves live well, long after rehab.
Versatility: MBI tools can be applied to many conditions in different circumstances. Acute care, outpatient centers, other institutions…and patients who need more can take the “second therapist” home for 24/7 access.
Compliance: Home-use is essential for some patients. Monitoring of that home use by digital technology verifies compliance and gives the therapists and doctors real data to analyze and report.
Patients: It’s all about the patients.