Early mobilization in the patient's bed

✓ Early Mobilization
(Neuro Vascular Unit, ICU ...)

✓ Patients in Medicine Unit

✓ Elderly persons in Geriatrics Unit

✓ Non-walking patients (Vegetative state, poly-handicap)

Passive & Active Mobilisation in rehabilitation room

Early-stage rehabilitation:

➢ Neurology:
(Stroke, Head Trauma, Guillain Barre Syndrome)

• Prevents the complications of prolonged bed rest
• Increases the chances of recovering the functional capacities
• Improves quality of life

➢ Orthopaedic:
(Polytrauma, Amputee (Lower limbs))

• Initiates the gait cycle and accelerates traditional rehabilitation
• Increases the chances of recovering the functional capacities
• Improves quality of life


✓ Patients difficult to mobilized
(Spinal cord injury, poly-handicap, obesity)


Maintaining mobility when patients are bedridden is a major issue in rehabilitation. The goal is to limit the deleterious effects of immobilization and continue to stimulate the patient’s joint and muscle abilities. Physiotherapy offers wide possibilities and allows all members to work independently.

Based on these techniques, the DPA Med mobile was developed to mobilize simultaneously the two lower limbs, the pelvis and the spine in the patient’s bed. This global approach makes it possible to work the segmental chains necessary for walking to facilitate rehabilitation and autonomy.

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