RECK was founded on May 1, 1957 by Anton Reck. 
In the early 1970s, he developed an entirely new therapeutic movement trainer. Regular contact with specialized physicians and physiotherapists, as well as strong working relationships with university clinics and functional rehabilitation centers, was instrumental in developing MOTOmed therapeutic movement trainers. These devices have been highly successful and are recognized worldwide.
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So simple… so revolutionary!

RECK MOTOmed offers therapeutic trainers for the wheelchair bound, the bedridden, and people with reduced walking capacity. RECK developed and invented "Spasm Control", with automatic change in cycling direction.


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MOTOmed movement therapy

Neurologic or neuromuscular conditions, strokes or paraplegia/tetraplegia often cause discomfort and restrictions:
  • Paralysis and weakness
  • Muscle spasms and stiffness
  • Reduced strength and motion coordination 
  • Reduced mobility
  • Cold legs due to circulation problems
  • Ankylosis
  • Urinary/Intestinal infections 
  • Digestion problems
  • Metabolism and circulation disorders
  • Reduced muscle mass

Pathologies covered by movement therapy

RECK MOTOmed offers solutions that can be used while in a chair or a wheelchair:
  • Neurologic conditions:
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Stroke
  • Paraplegia, complete
  • Paraplegia, incomplete
  • Spastic paralysis
  • Head injury sequelae (coma vigil, etc.)
  • Cerebral motor disability
  • Parkinson’s
  • Spina bifida
  • Guillain-Barré syndrome
  • Poliomyelitis
  • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis 
Neuromuscular disease
  • Myodystrophy (muscle tissue atrophy)
  • Neural and spinal muscular atrophy
  • Polyneuropathy (peripheral nerve lesions)
Orthopedic procedures
  • Examples: Knee and hip endoprostheses

RECK MOTOmed offers solutions for bedridden patients:

Coma-induced bed confinement, long-term respiratory aid, post-operative results (early rehabilitation of trauma patients following recent surgery), paralysis, neurologic and orthopedic conditions, geriatric sequelae). Examples: Cases of arteriosclerosis, arthrosis, ataxia, joint endoprosthesis recipients (especially hip and knee), locked-in syndrome, contractures, multiple sclerosis, edema, osteoporosis, Parkinson’s, polyneuropathy, stroke patients, etc.

The goal of MOTOmed movement therapy:

  • Increased mobility
  • Rediscover residual muscular strength
  • Reduce spasms
  • Reinforce morale and well-being
  • Reduce consequences of absence of movement
  • Reduce drug therapy and associated side effects
  • Help build walking capacity
Using RECK MOTOmed therapeutic trainers, patients contribute to the success of their own therapy and treatment.

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