Physio Care’s CPM (Continuous Passive Motion) machine is a compact and digitally designed model that is primarily used for treating lower limb joints after injury, disease, or surgery. This advanced unit offers numerous benefits, including improvements in fluid dynamics within the joint.
CPM Knee Digital
Physio Care’s CPM (Continuous Passive Motion) machine marks a groundbreaking advancement in rehabilitation technology. Moreover, this compact, digitally designed model is intricately crafted to address the specific needs of lower limb joints following injury, illness, or surgical intervention. Notably, its innovative design incorporates a host of remarkable features that significantly contribute to the well-being of patients on their journey to recovery.
One of the notable advantages of this advanced unit lies in its unique ability to influence the dynamics of joint fluid. Through gentle and consistent guidance of the joint through a range of motion, it plays a vital role in enhancing fluid circulation within the joint, thus fostering an environment conducive to healing and regeneration.
The exceptional value of the CPM machine becomes particularly evident within the realm of postoperative care. This is a critical phase of recovery where patients are often vulnerable and require specialized support. In this context, the machine assumes a pivotal role in the rehabilitation process, particularly for individuals undergoing major procedures such as total knee replacement or Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) repairs. It emerges as an indispensable asset, introducing patients to passive range of motion exercises and meticulously guiding the joint through its natural articulation without necessitating any active muscle engagement.
What truly sets this machine apart is its unparalleled precision and control. Healthcare professionals skillfully harness its capabilities to deliver highly targeted and meticulously managed joint movements. This elevated level of control plays an instrumental role in ensuring not only the safety of the patient but also the overall effectiveness of the rehabilitation process. By facilitating this passive motion technique, the CPM machine consistently produces remarkable outcomes. It excels in diminishing postoperative stiffness, encouraging gradual increases in joint flexibility, and, in the end, enhancing overall joint function.
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|Operational Voltage||220 V 50 Hz AC|
|Hold Time||0 – 10 sec|
|Rest Time||0 – 10 sec|
|Angle Control||0-130 degrees|