Therapy and mobilisation chairs for early and initial mobilisation

Early and initial mobilization plays an essential role in the healing process of an intensive care patient. We have developed our Mobilizer® product line precisely for this area of application. It provides enormous support for the early mobilisation and care of weak and immobile patients. Your clinic can reduce the effort and duration of therapy and thus benefit from clear savings possibilities.

All Mobilizer® mobilisation chairs can be adjusted in a continuous movement from a lying to a seated position, while height adjustment is also possible, irrespective of position. One special feature is our innovative and patented length adjustment mechanism: when a patient is brought upright from a lying position, this avoids the shearing forces on the patient’s back that are otherwise common. This feature sets a standard in terms of decubitus prophylaxis, and the patient sits safely and securely.

Product videos of our Mobilizer® mobilisation chairs

Mobilizer® Medior

Our Mobilizer® Medior moves your patients gently and safely from a lying to a standing position via a seated position. An additional vibration module sets new standards in neurological rehabilitation.

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Mobilizer® Norbert

Mobilizer® Norbert combines the functions of a stretcher and a mobilisation wheelchair. Our patented length-adjustment feature allows the patient up to 230 kg to sit up safely and securely.

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Vibration therapy in neurological rehabilitation

Early and initial mobilisation plays a decisive role in the rehabilitation of severely affected patients. In this phase, the innovative Vibration Module provides effective support. Installed in the footplate of the therapy and mobilisation chair Mobilizer® Medior, the module generates oscillations by means of vibration.

Innovative Technology

Patented length adjustment system with seat tilt; continuous verticalisation system; easy to operate.

Optimum therapeutic support

Initial mobilisation can take place early, during the patient’s stabilisation phase; improved decubitus and pneumonia prophylaxis.

Improved work ergonomics

Back-friendly handling, resulting in better acceptance among staff.