An innovative training system for many different kinds of training and movement. The system targets a variety of users and training situations, for example, rehabilitation after acquired brain injury, physical training for elderly, or development of children’s motor and cognitive skills.
The system is composed of a number of differently colored pads that respond to touch. It’s easy for the therapist or user to create individualized exercises for balance, coordination and weightbearing.
TREAX is a highly flexible rehabilitation system that enables the therapist to design training activities to fit the functionality level and training needs of each user. The system can be expanded with more pads as the user’s skills improve. The system can be used on the floor or be mounted on the wall with the accessory wall mounting board.
Interactive TREAX Pads offer the perfect environment for creating entertaining physical activities and games. With an almost unlimited variation of possibilities, TREAX Pads can be placed in combinations, using floors and walls, to encourage many hours of exciting activities and challenges.
Use the TREAX Pads for:
Children and adults with balance and coordination problems. Neurological and post-surgery patients.
Impact for citizen
Improve balance and co-ordination.
Impact for staff
TREAX Pads is an easy to use training system, that motivates the user and enhance the outcome of the exercises.
Cost of product
Approx 2.000 – 4.000 €.
Life expectancy of product
Other costs of acquisition and setup
Expected annual costs
Replacement of batteries <50 € per year.
No special requirements. The pads are portable and delivered with a carrying bag.
Is the product for personal use or can it be used by (how) many people?
t can be used by multiple users.
Is the product intended for training purposes?
How much time is needed for the user or staff to get to know how to use of the product?
Introduction to the product and education of staff will usually take 1 hour.
Has the product been presented before at other exhibitions or venues?
Experiences from practice (examples)
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