Neuromuscular analysis, functional training and anti-aging with the HUBER® 360
A good sensorimotor system is necessary to prevent injuries during any activity. This knowledge is important not only for young athletes, but also for elderly with pain, balance problems and the tendency to fall.
The HUBER®360 (Human Body Equilibrium) is a new pneumatic multiaxis motorized platform for neuromuscular training. Built-in force sensors and a 3D motorized platform enable an integrative und functional analysis.
Individual programs for any medical condition are available: dynamic posture correction, multidirectional stimulation of the faszia system, specific strengthening of muscle chains and sensorimotor system training.
Indications for HUBER® 360:
Training with the HUBER® 360 can offer good benefits to ankle, knee, hip, shoulder, posture problems and reduce the negative effects of aging
FLEXIBILITY AND MOBILITY
Targeted exercises help patients quickly increase their range of motion. Safe mobilization of joints, the spine and the myofacial system.
On-screen feedback helps patients improve their strength and better coordinate movements. Both types of muscle groups superficial and core muscles are trained. Enables the brain to compute accurate sensorimotor transformation.
POSTURE, BALANCE and COORDINATION
Balance training corrects posture, improves coordination and proprioception. The result is safe, fluent and dynamic walking.
RESISTANCE and ENDURANCE
Enforcement of stability during standing or walking. Strengthening of core stability. Better function of the muscle spindles and proprioceptors.
How does it work?
In the first lesson we check your flexibility, dynamic strength, posture and balance, resistance and strength. Finding restrictions of the musculoskeletal system and weakness of the brain in complex movements.
Training plan on the HUBER 360:
You will receive a training program specific to your injuries, dysfunctions or weaknesses in the neuronal system. One session lasts 30 min and should be repeated 1-2 times per week, for 10–15 training sessions.
Recheck and analysis:
An analysis is performed before and after a training episode. This documents the progress and helps decide whether training should be continued.