Mollii launched in Australia
The electrodress Mollii takes the first steps outside of Europe and now launches in Australia as well. The electrodress Mollii takes the first steps outside of Europe and now launches in Australia as well.The company Metier Medical Group with occupational therapist Greg Donelly makes tests exclusively in Australia and has got off a good start.
Read the article (in Australian The Advertiser) about the launch and watch a video from a trial with Greg.
Mollii (formerly Elektrodress), winner of the Robotdalen Innovation Award 2013, is a new, long-awaited, neurorehabilitation concept. It provides individually adapted rehabilitation in the form of a garment with electrotherapy programmed according to each person’s needs. Mollii is an assistive device that people with spasticity or other forms of motor disability can use in their home environment. It can help to reduce undesired reflexes and stiffness, thus enabling an improved range of motion and functional ability. Mollii can be used by people with neurological diseases such as cerebral palsy, acquired brain damage, spinal injury and stroke.
Photo: Simone De Peak