Axis is an assistive physiotherapy device to improve patient recovery by increasing compliance to progressive exercise therapy.
Young athletes who injure their shoulders undergo a long recovery period and don’t always fully recover. Incomplete physiotherapy can lead to chronic damage to the shoulder and a decreased quality of life.
The shoulder is one of the most sophisticated and complicated joints in the body. It has the greatest range of motion of any joint, with complete global movement allowing you to position the hand anywhere in space
15 - 30% of adults have chronic shoulder pain. Shoulder pain leads to an increased absence from work. Surgery cannot achieve total tissue regeneration
Physiotherapy cost the NHS £335 million in 2014. Major factors fuelling the growth of this market include: a rapidly ageing population, governments incentives and increased physical activity.