The training success in front of your eyes - the goal in sight


In this medical product, the smart assist system, we offer a logical concept for successful training control and monitoring, the result of over 30 years of medical expertise in the public and private healthcare markets. It is thus able to increase the success patients/customers achieve in training by improving the quality of that training.

Touchscreen 

The smart assist has a high-resolution, 8" colour touchscreen. Its intuitive touch-based operation makes it easier to use for people not used to using computers. The size of the icons used has been scientifically verified and proven to offer valuable support for older people when training.

Patients/customers can log in contactlessly using an RFID/chip card. The reproducible device positioning function is easy to initiate and set using the optional positioning sensors, meaning training starts safely and rapidly.

The special thing about the smart assist system is its versatility of uses. No matter what the PC and planning software, quickstart and power training are with visual feedback and the quality display of the exercise performance possible.

From test to training

Using various test processes, the initial condition of the person doing the training is determined. Strength tests and software-controlled visual feedback training can be carried out on as many devices as desired using smart assist in connection with the patented ultrasound measuring sensors and proxotrain training planning software.

Range of movement test

Determining the range of movement the subject is physiologically capable of on a weight training device supports the assessment of whether it has improved during therapy and allows a separate determination of the amplitude for auxotonic training.

Submaximal test

According to the repetition method, on the basis of scientific findings in the literature, adjusted to all compass sequence training devices, supplemented by an objective evaluation of the coordinative quality of test execution and subjective evaluation of the level of exertion by the patient/customer using a modified RPE scale.

Isometric test (optional)

To measure the maximum isometric strength at defined joint angles. A process that is primarily carried out like the submaximal test under specialist instruction. The test data are documented in the proxotrain test and training planning software.


The individual test results are transferred to the proxotrain test and training planning software via the therapist work station (TAP). This allows rapid, uncomplicated, individual and effective training planning for your patient/customer.

On the basis of these results, an individual training plan can be created taking account of personal deficits and the patient’s/customer’s own personal goals.


Visual feedback system

Training quality

Secure documentation through automatic weight detection

Intelligent control of training intensity through RPE scale

Position sensor system (optional)

The proxomed position sensor system enables quick and easy device settings on the proxomed compass 600 sequence training devices.

The device settings are displayed and automatically saved in the smart assist during the first test or training after correct patient positioning via infrared sensors.

During the next training session, these saved positions are displayed in the smart assist, if the device setting is correct, it is confirmed by a green tick and the training can begin with the next step.


Individual curve

The proxomed individual curve enables the combination of dynamic movements with isometric holding phases. The training can be performed in 4 variations:

Without isometric holding phase (sinus)

The concentric and eccentric movements are performed in succession at any speed without an isometric phase.

Isometric hold phase above

The concentric movement is followed by the isometric phase, then the eccentric movement and the next concentric movement.

Isometric hold phase down

The concentric movement is followed by the eccentric movement with subsequent isometric phase and the next concentric movement.

Isometric hold phase top & bottom (trapeze)

The concentric movement is followed by the isometric phase, then the eccentric movement followed by the next isometric phase, the so-called trapezoidal curve.

  • The speed of the dynamic movements can be selected from 0.5-6 seconds in 0.1 second increments. The duration of the isometric phases is selectable from 0.5-6 seconds in 0.5 second increments.
  • The aim of using these load combinations is to achieve a high muscular workload with the lowest possible intensity/weight in order to spare affected structures.
  • Isometry can be performed in the desired joint angle position.

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