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To help patients understand the required task, especially in the early stages of using the device, consider the following indications:

“You are wearing knee pads that project light signals onto the ground that you should try to follow. The right device projects a light signal for the left foot, and the left device projects a light signal for the right foot. Walk naturally by following the light signals on the floor in front of you.”

There’s no one-size-fits-all answer for the ideal visual feedback setting. Physiotherapist should customise the devices to each individual patient after conducting necessary assessments. Different patients have varying needs and responses to visual feedback.

The battery typically lasts approximately 3-4 hours.

There are no standard usage protocols because training with visual feedback must be tailored to each individual patient, considering their specific problems, goals, and compliance.

Absolutely. It’s essential to conduct a specialist assessment of the patient before including them in Q-Walk training. This assessment allows for the best possible device setup and maximum treatment effectiveness.

Typically, patients quickly understand the task, but several training sessions may be needed to optimise compliance and response to visual feedback while using Q-Walk.

There can be several causes:

  • Incorrect calibration of the feedback for the patient’s training goal.
  • The patient may not fully comprehend the task to be performed.
  • If the gait pattern remains problematic even after a few sessions and the feedback is correctly calibrated, it is advisable to assess the patient suitability for treatment, which may involve performing a new functional assessment.

While the device was primarily created for gait rehabilitation, it can also be used for stabilisation and balance exercises by providing visual feedback.

  • The device should not be used in patients with serious concomitant medical conditions, such as infections, circulatory, cardiac, pulmonary disorders, and bedsores, which may affect the patient’s psycho-physical state.
  • Situations involving psychiatric or cognitive issues that could potentially interfere with the device’s proper functioning.
  • Presence of open wounds, sores, or other skin breakdowns in the Q-WALK application area. the device’s movement could exacerbate these conditions.
  • Orthopedic disorders with a significant impact on walking.
  • -Visual impairments that substantially affect the patient’s ability to walk.
  • The device should not be used by individuals with pacemakers


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