Fashionable Design, Thoughtful Protection

  • 8″ full-color screen – accurate operation, intuitive display, innovative form
  • Training cuffs – safety protection of upper and lower limbs, to ensure smooth training


Height Adjustment, Component Rotation 

  • Arm height – 0-150mm, suitable for users with different heights
  • Screen – 270°rotation, to satisfy different operation needs
  • Upper limb training platform – 180°rotation, easy to turn to another side


Multiple Modes, Real-time Record 

  • 4 modes – Passive Training, Constant Speed Training, Assisted Training, and Active Training
  • Training data – immediate feedback on rehabilitation result


Symmetrical Training, Game Playing

  • Symmetrical Training – to guide bilateral balance of muscle strength and enhance coordination
  • Game playing – to enhance the fun of training and visualize the symmetrical training

Stable Chassis, Flexible Wheels

  • Chassis – keep the device stable during training
  • Wheels – to facilitate the device movement



Spasm Recognition, Insertion Assistance

  • Spasm setting – identification and protection system for muscle tension relief
  • Foot insertion – press the pedal to adjust the button to position the pedals into the desired position


Technical Specification


Dimensions in mm(W×L×H)710×760×1072
Standard Weight55kg
Interface8″ touch screen
Power SupplyAC100-240V, 50-60Hz
Rated Power160 VA
System of ProtectionClass I, Type B Applied Part
Rotate Speed5-60 r/min
Resistance Level0-24 ( 0-12 Nm, 0.5 Nm/level)
Spasm Level1-10 (1-10 Nm, 1 Nm/level) or OFF
Spasm Relief Rate1-5
Timer1-120 min


Training handle kitHand-grasping assistance   1 pair
Training cuffsHand fixation1 pair


Training handle gripPalm rest & hand fixation
Type I: Anti-TipperWheelchair Fixation
Type II: Anti-TipperWheelchair Fixation


1. What is Kinesiotherapy?
Kinesiotherapy, literally movement therapy, is the therapeutic treatment of disease by passive and active muscular movements (as by massage) and exercise. It is the core element of physiotherapy/physical therapy.

2. What are isometric exercises, isotonic exercises, and isokinetic exercises?
Isometric exercises are strength training in which the joint angle and muscle length do not change during contraction. Isotonic exercises are that in an isotonic contraction, tension remains the same, whilst the muscle’s length changes. Isokinetic exercises are a type of strength training. It uses specialized exercise machines that produce a constant speed no matter how much effort you expend. These machines control the pace of an exercise by fluctuating resistance throughout your range of motion.