Re-learning movements


Comprehensive therapeutic concept

STIWELL applications

STIWELL Neurorehabilitation

STIWELL electrotherapy is used in the rehabilitation of patients with neurological and orthopaedic diseases by assisting them in re-learning lost movements.


functional | task-oriented | intuitive


The STIWELL med4 offers the right therapy for a variety of neurological and orthopaedic functional deficits and thus facilitates long-term success in learning motor skills.


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Select a medical condition and find out
how STIWELL electrotherapy can assist your rehabilitation.

FES after a stroke | STIWELL Neurorehabilitation


FES for orthopaedics & traumatology | STIWELL Neurorehabilitation

Orthopaedics & traumatology

FES for neural lesion | STIWELL Neurorehabilitation

Neural lesions

FES for hand injury | STIWELL Neurorehabilitation

Hand injury

FES for incomplete quadriplegia (tetraplegia) | STIWELL Neurorehabilitation

Incomplete quadriplegia (tetraplegia)

FES for infantile cerebral palsy | STIWELL Neurorehabilitation

Infantile cerebral palsy

FES for multiple sclerosis | STIWELL Neurorehabilitation

Multiple sclerosis

FES for facial nerve palsy | STIWELL Neurorehabilitation

Facial nerve palsy

FES for incontinence | STIWELL Neurorehabilitation


Training in movement sequences using functional electrical stimulation

Functional electrical stimulation (FES) can be used to stimulate up to four muscles, either in succession or simultaneously. This trains daily routine movements, such as the gripping of objects. The patient uses the measurement of electrical muscle activity (EMG) to trigger the pulse. The brain receives visual, proprioceptive, and motivational feedback. This can lead to a reorganisation of the patient's brain, and thus to its improved functionality.

How does electrical stimulation work?

Rental process| STIWELL Neurorehabilitation

STIWELL rental & purchase options

Currently, the STIWELL electrical stimulation device is only available in Austria.

We would be pleased to inform you about the options in your country.


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