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    TGA Approved: 209538
    Download the OmniHi5 Healthcare Provider brochure here (3.9MB).Beyond traditional NMES for the tre...
    SKU: PTS50

    Please note, the WalkAide, WalkAide 2 and OmniHi5 FES devices are no longer available in Australia. For a lower limb FES alternative, please view the ALFESS FES Device.

    Download the OmniHi5 Healthcare Provider brochure here (3.9MB).

    Beyond traditional NMES for the treatment of neuromuscular conditions, the OmniHi5 Advanced FES Upper Extremity Treatment System introduces a variety of interactive treatment options that promote optimal recovery of upper extremity function. It adapts to patient-specific needs, incorporates engaging exercise visualisations and enables therapeutic practice inside as well as outside of the rehab setting to enhance independence and quality of life. The OmniHi5 is a wearable rehabilitation tool that uses NMES, sEMG and FES to address the fingers, hand, wrist, arm and shoulder by:

    • Maintaining or increasing ROM
    • Decreasing muscle spasms
    • Preventing or retarding disuse atrophy
    • Promoting neuromuscular re-education
    • Enhancing function

    Unique Features

    • Programming is quick and easy
    • One piece, one size and a universal fit simplify ordering and cost containment
    • Integrated stainless steel electrodes rid users of costs and challenges tied to disposables
    • Optional cable accessory allows for NMES treatment of elbow and shoulder dysfunction
    • Internal Bluetooth connects to an Apple iOS app for gaming, tracking, adjusting and progressing
    • Neuromuscular and Functional Electrical Stimulation (NMES/FES) promote re-education and recovery
    • Surface Electromyography (sEMG) enhances evaluation, exercise progression and participation
    • sEMG Triggered Electrical Stimulation (ETS) and Power Assist Stimulation (PAS) support users during exercise and functional activities
    • Gaming features increase participation by making rehabilitation fun and engaging