TeleRehabilitation 2016-11-28T12:07:53+00:00

TeleRehabilitation in the convenience of your own homes

MediTouch has developed the innovative MediTutor software that allows for TeleRehabilitation.

Today leading hospitals and physical and occupational rehabilitation centers worldwide are using MediTouch systems for TeleRehabilitation.

Physical and occupational therapists can connect to the patient through an online connection and webcam enabling regular check-in customized and guided exercise sessions.

Optimal patient rehabilitation is ensured in the convenience of their own home.

MediTouch employs therapists trained to provide TeleRehabilitation services using Tutor devices and MediTutor software worldwide.

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MediTouch Software

Clinical applications and evaluation software provides the clinician with objective and quantitative information on the patient’s movement ability. Recorded and documented information allows the clinician to customize exercise practice to the patient’s movement ability. Motivating and challenging tasks in the form of rehabilitation games challenge and motivate the patient to do intensive practice with movement biofeedback leading to enhanced functional recovery. The software has a complete suite of Clinic/Patient Management Records.

The MediTouch products allow patients to use the range that they have or the amount of movment they have to control video games and it really is hugely benefitial because it is very motivating, very interesting and can really help in rehabilitation
Maureen Adams MS OTR, Kennedy Krieger Institute
I’ve tried so many things and I thought it was “another equipment”…
AleX Dickson
I think MediTouch is one of the best things I have ever done with Mark because it actually got him moving because he realizes that things are getting better.
Mark Manis
The games, the challenges’ the movment biofeedback. It is a great tool that can help the therapist achieve much more. The glove works on different deficits simultaneously.
Dr. Jan Jack Vatin, Deputy Director at Reuth Medical Center