We strive to provide functional and innovative mobility solutions including overhead lifting systems, mobile lifts, stand aids and bathing & toileting solutions, which deliver safety and ease of use in all care situations: in homes, hospitals and all types of care facilities.
Luna ceiling liftLuna’s total flexibility and elegant shape marks a breakthrough in innovative Scandinavian design, making it the preferred choice for home care, institutional or hospital use. Luna is a fixed and portable overhead lifter in one unit, providing unmatched versatility. Combine Luna with an Ergolet track option for an effective, versatile system. The Ergolet patented hooks on spreader bar ensure safe, simple sling attachment while the ergonomic hand control enables a safe and easy transfer. Learn more ›
Ergo Trainer. Body-weight-supported rehabilitationUsed for the rehabilitation of gait training, motor function and the strengthening of the muscular system. When used in conjunction with a treadmill it is possible for patients with impaired walking ability to train the correct physiological gait. Documented results show that a progressive training regime of repetition of movement combined with controlled speed and elevation adjustment of the treadmill, are key factors to successful and lasting patient rehabilitation. Learn more ›
Stellar stand aidStellar is the new state of the art stand aid from Ergolet. It combines Scandinavian design with excellent functionality. Stellar has been developed to move users who can assist to some extent in a sit to sit transfer. The natural pattern of movement is imitated when raising and lowering.The compact dimensions and safe working load of 160kg ensure that Stellar is suitable for domestic and institutional use. The curved legs allow access to larger and riser chairs, or power chairs. Our unique, patented sling hooks give a safe, simple sling attachment. The padded knee support is both height and angle adjustable for a perfect fit. Learn more ›
The feeling of success - Niels Joergen learned to walk againNiels Joergen states: “I’m euphoric! I’m aware that I will never obtain a normal gait pattern, but I feel that the programme has brought me closer to where I was before I ended up in a wheelchair.” Diagnosis: Cerebral palsy Age: 74 years old Motor functions: Wheelchair user, no gait function. Niels Joergen participated in an intense 7- week rehabilitation programme at the Center for Rehabilitation of Brain Injury, 3 times per week for 1.5 hours per session. The rehabilitation programme consisted of body-weight-supported treadmill training (BWSTT) with a body weight support of 30kg (66lbs) / 0,8km/h. After two weeks, Niels Jorgen, supported by the body weight relief system, was able to walk 80 meters with the aid of a crutch and with a maximum speed of 1,23km/h, meaning 25% of the average walk speed. After 1 month his walking speed had doubled to 2,5km/h and he keeps on training. Read more here.
Class leading design and functionality"Our impression was that nursing home was the only solution. But our lives were literally changed after a stay at the Spinal Cord Injuries Australia "CHOICES" Apartment. Thanks to Luna lift - we realised we could bring him home." - Helen Robinson, Australia.