The Light Gait Dynamic Overhead Suspension System provides a safe and controlled environment for the patient’s true gait experience to perform rehabilitation exercises and improve posture. Using this system, depending on the patient’s ability and the type of complication, a certain amount of the patient’s weight is suspended and supported by the device. As a result, the patient’s weight is reduced, enabling him to begin the rehabilitation process faster and in the early stages of the disease and complication. Gradually, as the patient recovers, the amount of weight suspended by the device is reduced by the therapist, so that the patient can try to walk independently in normal conditions and complete the recovery process.
- The Light Gait suspension system supports the patient’s body weight during the rehabilitation program. This system is able to reduce the patient’s body weight to 85 kg and support during the training period. When this system is used in conjunction with a treadmill, patients are taught how to walk physiologically correctly. Features of this treadmill that improves the rehabilitation program according to the patient’s condition, controlling the speed and inclination of the treadmill, moving in two opposite directions, having a polar heart rate monitor and adjusting the rehabilitation program according to the heart rate, the possibility of adding different treatment protocols to this treadmill Walking rehabilitation training programs are one of the key factors for the patient’s success. The rail mounted on the roof in the Light Gait system allows the patient to ascend, descend and move along the training path, allowing 360 rotations in both directions, and the patient can move forward or backward during practice. N. In this way, the therapist can practice balance for the patient, climbing stairs, crossing obstacles and changing level. Training by this system provides a real experience of walking and daily activities. During walking practice, the therapist can also combine balance training, climbing stairs, crossing obstacles, level changes, and treadmill training. The weight set for the patient’s suspension and fall limit is adjusted by the device’s handset before the start of the rehabilitation program. And the risk of falling, make the cinematic movement naturally in all directions. While the patient’s safety is fully guaranteed in this system, the patient can use effective balance and reaction reactions and motor strategies in terms of confidence and self-confidence using in-practice learning processes. Using the virtual reality system along with this system, makes the patient move in the virtual reality space while practicing. Using this animation, a virtual environment with accurate feedback from the distance and walking speed can be identified for the patient and the patient can see himself as an animation in the screen placed in front of him. Meanwhile, the patient’s different functions in different situations that require balance and stability in walking, are recorded, and how to control and coordinate the patient’s skills are reviewed and the results are presented for training.