Gaining quality of life through movement
At MyoSwiss we believe that exercise is quality of life. That’s why we develop solutions that combine the latest in technology and science to help people do more through exercise.
Training for muscle weakness and after an orthopedic surgery
Regular and intensive physical activity is crucial for the general quality of life. However, in cases of muscle weakness such as multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, after a stroke or in the case of an incomplete spinal cord injury, the necessary muscle strength and stability to be able to train intensively is often lacking. In these cases, the goal-oriented and activity-based training concept “Myofit” provides the solution. It helps you to move more and with that achieve your goals.
An innovative training device
The Myosuit is a multifunctional training device which enables an intensive and activity-based training. It works like an additional layer of muscles, providing strength and stability in the knees, hips and ankles. The movement needs to be carried out in the best possible way and independently. The training device uses sensors, which detect a persons’ movement, supporting them as required – just like an e-bike.
PLANNING AND PERFORMANCE TRACKING
In addition to the training equipment, appropriate preparation, implementation and further development are also important. For this purpose, we provide individualized training plans tailored to your goals as well as regular performance trackings.
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Lorenz (incomplete paraplegia) and Michael (Bethlem Myopathy) both suffer from muscle weakness. Thanks to intensive training preparations with the Myosuit, they were able to fulfil their long-awaited dream of participating in a run. Like an additional layer of muscles, the Myosuit provided them with support and stability in their legs during the training sessions prior to the event as well as the marathon in Zurich. Find out more about their training preparation and the marathon!