Tonus, a winning entry in Moscow's open challenge dedicated to new approaches to the diagnosis of musculoskeletal disorders and the monitoring of rehabilitation in children, is undergoing pilot trials at Rehabilitation and Education Center №76.
Tonus is a biofeedback device designed to prevent and treat musculoskeletal disorders. It ensures a personalized approach to each patient, provides an opportunity to vary training volume and intensity, and enables necessary psychological adjustments to implement acquired motor skills in everyday life.
Based on the results of the trials, the solution can be recommended for use by Moscow's healthcare organizations.
The International Open Challenges program aims to identify and test innovative solutions that meet the needs of Moscow across a wide range of industries.