Can be used at home
Paralyzed fingers and ankles
Rehabilitation auxiliary robot
Kanagawa Prefecture Sagami Robot Industrial Special Zone Priority Project Products
Japanese / American / European patented products

Rehabilitation equipment for fingers, wrists, and ankles with hemiplegia, which is one of the aftereffects of cerebral infarction

Rehabilitation training closer to you

Concept

Fingers and ankles that get stuck due to aftereffects such as cerebral infarction and accidents may harden if left untreated.

Continued rehabilitation training is required to prevent the paralysis of sequelae such as cerebral infarction and accidents from solidifying.
The "Power Assist Series" allows you to move your paralyzed joints and perform your own rehabilitation training.
By being easy to use, we will make daily rehabilitation training at home a habit and support continuous rehabilitation training.

Concept

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Hands that have hardened ...

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・ I can't use my hands as I want. ・ It's difficult to change clothes because it's hard to move. ・ It's difficult to wash my palm. ・ My nails stretch and hurt my palm.

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Power assist hand is an automatic robot

・ Supports rehabilitation training by switching back to the repetitive movement of grasping and opening!

-The bellows expand and contract using the power of air. Move your fingers safely and securely!

UFO set Power assist hand

Assist glove + control box

Rental 8,800 yen / month (tax included)
I won't lose to Corona! Rehab at home

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046-204-9343

You can try it for free for 3 days.


You can try it for 2 weeks with a rental fee of half a month.


Power assist series

Gently move joints paralyzed by air pressure

To support daily rehabilitation training

Due to the aftereffects of paralysis, if the joints are not moved, it often becomes a tight and tense state called contracture. The Power Assist series uses air pressure to gently move joints and support rehabilitation training.

  • Power assist hand "rehands"

    Power assist hand "rehands"

    "Finger rehabilitation assistance robot"

  • Power assist leg "relegs"

    Power assist leg "relegs"

    "Ankle rehabilitation assisting robot"

  • Power assist list "rewrist"

    Power assist list "rewrist"

    "Wrist rehabilitation assistance robot"

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Introducing customer feedback that was actually used

Masako Miyazawa (64) Lives in Kisarazu City, Chiba Prefecture
I manually switch on my legs and use my right hand as a gooper.
We are trying to raise the movement, sensation, and consciousness of the right limb.
Since it is severely paralyzed, there is no significant improvement, but it has the effect of relieving the hardness of the fingers and facilitating hand washing assistance.
At the very least, I would like to continue so that it does not get worse than it is now.
(Cerebral hemorrhage developed 3 years and 8 months ago, left hemiplegia, period of use: 1 year and 1 month, 300 times a day, used twice)
Kaoru Matsuura (58) Lives in Setagaya, Tokyo
After using the Power Assist Hand, the therapist has come to say that the hand is warm and soft.
With the help of my teacher, I was able to slowly turn over the newspaper with my paralyzed hands.
(Cerebral hemorrhage developed 4 years and 6 months ago, right hemiplegia, period of use: 1 year and 1 month, 200 times a day used twice)
Shinichiro Tomizawa (47) Lives in Yamato City, Kanagawa Prefecture
After using the power assist hand, the hand now opens.
In particular, it is easier to open and close your hands immediately after use.
As a daily change, I couldn't hold a wallet with my paralyzed hand until now, but now I can hold a wallet after using a power assist hand.
(Cerebral infarction developed 5 years and 9 months ago, right hemiplegia, duration of use: 11 months, 150 times a day used twice)
Frequently Asked Questions

Q & A

  • Is it a medical device?
    Since it is not a medical device, you can use it at your own discretion.
    * Medical devices may require a doctor's prescription.
  • Who can use it?
    Anyone who is said to be better off moving their fingers and who does not have any pain when moving can use it.
    * If you have difficulty making a decision, please consult your doctor.
  • How many times do you move in a day?
    It is said that it is good to continue 2 sets of 300 times (about 20 minutes) every day, but to prevent muscle pain in the arms etc., start using it gradually from about 100 times according to your physical condition. It is good to increase it.
    * Please do not overdo it and use it while checking your physical condition.
  • Can I use it if my contracture is strong?
    The stronger the contracture, the more change can be expected.
    At first, it hardly moves, but in many cases, the range of motion expands as the tension gradually increases.
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Company Profile

Overview

company name LAP Co., Ltd.
location 〒243-0815
神奈川県厚木市Tsumadanishi1-19-22
TEL

046-204-9343

046-204-9343

business hours 9: 00-17: 00

Regular holiday

Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays
Established October 31, 2013
Capital 20,900,000 yen
Main business contents Robot R & D, manufacturing, sales, rental
Manufacture, sale and rental of assistive devices
Corporate history
Before the establishment of the company Please see here for the background to the establishment
http://www.t-atom.com/

Established in October 2013 Capital 10,600,000 yen
April 2016 Capital increase 20,900,000 yen
Major trading partners
Nanasawa Rehabilitation Hospital
Social welfare corporation Nisshokai Smile Sannohe
Densan Co., Ltd.
Tokai Co., Ltd.
Welfan Co., Ltd.
Tsukui Corporation
K2 Engineering Co., Ltd.
Business partner bank Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ Atsugi Branch
Mizuho Bank Atsugi Branch
Shizuoka Bank Atsugi Branch

access

Those who want to actively perform rehabilitation training, such as those who are not able to rehabilitate hemiplegia due to cerebral infarction due to the influence of the time limit, those who have difficulty going to the hospital, corporations who operate nursing care facilities, etc. We will mail the Power Assist series to anywhere in Japan. We will support the securing of customer's function recovery training time, the function recovery after that, and the reduction of the burden of long-term care.

About us To reduce the burden on caregivers and caregivers in a super-aging society

For those who are worried about being unable to go to the hospital for hemiplegic rehabilitation due to the system

Japan has entered a super-aging society ahead of other developed countries in the world. In the future, due to labor shortage due to population decline, it is expected that there will be an increasing shortage of rehabilitation and long-term care personnel. If it remains, it is necessary to continue rehabilitation even after discharge, but it is difficult for you and your family to continue it. Therefore, we are developing, selling, and renting the "Power Assist Series" with the aim of compensating for the training time that tends to be insufficient and reducing the burden on both the receiving side and the receiving side. Using air pressure, we have realized assistance in bending and stretching fingers, wrist movements, and ankle movements. We will help you to enable self-training at home and reduce the burden of long-term care. We are also accepting a 3-day free trial and a 2-week trial at half price.

This is the first commercialization of "Sagami Robot Industrial Special Zone", an initiative of Kanagawa Prefecture.

The Power Assist series is a product that was designated as a priority project of the "Sagami Robot Industry Special Zone" conducted by Kanagawa Prefecture, and was developed by repeating demonstration experiments with the cooperation of Kanagawa Prefecture, hospitals, and universities. We have started selling and renting it as the first commercialization of a special zone, and it is used not only at hospitals and rehabilitation facilities but also at home. The "Sagami Robot Industrial Special Zone" is an initiative carried out by Kanagawa Prefecture to support the practical application and popularization of robots that support people's lives toward a declining population and a super-aging society.