For physicians & therapists
Everything you need to know about STIWELL® therapy
STIWELL® accompanies the patient from early rehabilitation to therapy at home. Our Clinical Support will train you and your team directly in your facility or online.
Functional principle of the functional electrical stimulation
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.
Do you treat patients with neurological or orthopaedic diseases? If yes, then the STIWELL® electrotherapy device can provide specific support with respect to the rehabilitation of your patients.
The comprehensive therapy concept
Inpatient & outpatient
Functional electrical stimulation (FES) can be used for individual and group therapy in many neurological and orthopaedic fields. This includes acute, inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation phases as well as therapy at home.
Individual & group therapy
Everyday functions can be practised easily and effectively in individual and group therapy. FES can be combined with other modern forms of therapy. We offer therapy options tailored to your needs.
Motivation through biofeedback
The restoration of lost functions is supported by the use of STIWELL® biofeedback games. Varied, playful learning of movement sequences and visual feedback motivates patients to engage in daily training.
STIWELL® Academy & training
Evidence & guidelines
Reports from physicians & therapists
The STIWELL® can be used for a variety of neurological & orthopaedic diseases. Physicians and therapists from various medical fields use functional electrical stimulation to treat their patients regularly.