Orbite 360™ and Sport Therapy

The science of movement is inevitably linked to the science of rehabilitation. Whether it is to recover from an injury, a medical intervention, maintain a level of autonomy or simply to maintain joint health, optimal range of motion is crucial. It is therefore natural for the rehab experts to see the Orbite 360™ as a working partner par excellence.

There is a variety of methods and instruments that aim to achieve the objectives of maximizing range of motion. On the other hand, few offer the possibility of working the range of motion by eliminating gravity like the Orbite 360™.

It is easy, by placing the body in certain position, to exercise the primary movements of the joints and limbs, in an isolated or global way.

Navigate the repertoire and you’ll find that the technical nature of the Orbite 360™ paves to way for a new type of movements.

These exercises are presented for information purposes and must be performed under the supervision of a healthcare professional.

11.1.1 Ankle Plantar and Dorsiflexion

11.1.2 Multi-Joint Mobilisation of the Lower Limbs

11.1.3 Knee Flexion and Extension

11.1.4 Hip Flexion and Extension

11.1.5 Hip Abduction and Adduction

11.2.1 Shoulder Flexion and Extension

11.2.2 Elbow Flexion and Extension

11.2.3 Shoulder Abduction and Adduction

11.3 Multidirectional Mobilisation of the Lower Limbs

11.4 Triple Flexion and Extension of the Lower Limbs

11.5.1 Internal and External Hip Rotations

11.5.2 Active Knee Flexion and Extension

11.5.3 Lateral Thrust

11.5.4 Multidirectional Mobilisation of the Lower Limbs