Medical concept solutions – proxomed movement centres


Many of our customers, from rehabilitation institutions and physiotherapy practices to health centres, are faced today with diverse challenges:

Physiotherapy practices/
health centres


In these institutions, services are often only rendered on prescription. An indication and result-oriented therapeutic consultation, oriented by the personal needs of the patient, rarely takes place. In this way, such institutions are denied valuable opportunities for health training that could increase the revenue per patient and patient satisfaction.

Rehabilitation clinics/
outpatient rehabilitation


Often, the high cost pressure and short rehabilitation period for patients raise problems for such institutions. Frequently, this means they cannot offer the patients the maximum range of services. The consequences: patients lose motivation and leave medical training early, meaning 100% rehabilitation is not achieved.

 

Offers for health training where there are special indications


In the varied field of vascular disease, the potential for self-paying patients has not been sufficiently scrutinised.






 

For this reason, the proxomed movement centres and their medical solutions offer an innovative overall concept to achieve the optimum benefit from therapy and rehabilitation both from the patient’s and the institution’s point of view.

The proxomed movement centres are a systematically structured combination of innovative training and therapeutic devices. Here, the movement centre in question can always be tailored to individual needs through the selection of devices and therapy methods. All movement centres are flexible in size and can be adjusted to the needs and the size of the room.

Our concept solutions

The status quo

Often there will be a gap between the time a patient is discharged and subsequent physiotherapy and/or rehabilitation (follow-up care). Physiotherapy/occupational therapy and wound care during the in-patient phase should be used to support the mobilisation of the patient as far as possible.

Goals

Patients should regain mobility as early as can be so they can be discharged in the most stable condition as possible and the post-op result is assured. proxomed medical devices support this through passive motion against controlled resistance or weightless movement with maximum support. The intermittent vacuum therapy ensures efficient oxygen supply in the area of the wound and accelerates healing.

The status quo

Rehabilitation institutions and physiotherapy practices usually only work by prescription or referral. An indication and result-oriented health consultation, adjusted to the personal goals of the patient, is only rarely offered. The consequence: only rarely are patients systematically introduced to medical fitness training as a self-payer service. In this way, rehabilitation institutions and physiotherapy practices are losing out on an interesting therapeutic option and source of revenue. Patients are “released” too early and not given advice on how to work towards their own personal goals.

Goals

Patients should regain mobility as early as can be so they can be discharged in the most stable condition as possible and the post-op result is assured. proxomed medical devices support this through passive motion against controlled resistance or weightless movement with maximum support. The intermittent vacuum therapy ensures efficient oxygen supply in the area of the wound and accelerates healing.

The status quo

Rehabilitation services usually stop in the early afternoon. But the patient ought to be given the opportunity to continue training independently using the training and therapy devices in the institution. In this way, the services provided to the patient and the success of rehabilitation can be increased, while keeping daily costs the same.

Goals

Rehabilitation must achieve short-term successes such as pain reduction, increased mobility etc. in the patient in order to increase their motivation towards rehabilitation and further success. Additional offers without additional personnel but which remain safe and documented fulfil these demands.

The status quo

Patients with coronary and vascular diseases often cannot find many training therapy options on the private health market that they can use over the long term. In this way, they are unable to consciously improve their situation and often become or remain chronically unwell. Instead of receiving medical health training, they are exclusively offered temporary medication-based treatment by a doctor.

Goals

Training therapy must achieve short-term success such as pain reduction or slimming in the patient in order to increase motivation to participate in it long-term.

The status quo

The health market gets involved in competences and the administration costs rise unstoppably. It is difficult to distinguish oneself from competitors and the acquisition of new, economically interesting patients depends largely on internet presence.

Goals

The analysis and diagnostics of the mobility device are all carried out by one body, with local medical competence. Targeted therapy and training recommendation can be implemented directly on site by the patient.

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