Physical Rehabilitation is Simpler, Faster, Better

Discover the new therapist assistant

The Lambda Concept

At Lambda Health System, we understand that motivation, intensity and movement repetitions are key for rehabilitation. Frustration, fatigue, boredom and depression often make rehabilitation an overwhelming challenge. As a result, many patients fail to reach their full recovery potential. Working together, our physiotherapists, neuroscientists and engineers have designed a new game-based robotic therapy approach to inspire and motivate patients throughout their rehabilitation journey.

Clinical Evidence

Clinical evidence of the multiple benefits of the therapy provided by Lambda are widely represented in medical litterature. Repetitive, intensive, inter-active, responsive and task-oriented training can now be made easy.

Polyvalent Training

Its unique robotic qualities open a new area of treatment, combining various trajectories with passive, isokinetic, isometric or isotonic and concentric or eccentric work.

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Enhanced Feedback

Serious Games and Virtual Reality elements are used not only for motivational purposes, but also to enhance feedback monitoring for the patient in order to improve the quality of motor learning.

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Learning Mode

Because only the therapist can assess the uniqueness of his patient, this mode was created to become nothing more than an extension of the arms of the therapist.

Learn more about the learning mode

You want to see it in live ?

No problem.

We can organize a short online presentation or we come directly to your door with our mobile showroom !

Latest News

News
23.10.2020

Long-term Pilot Trial at HFR Freiburg Hospital

We are very excited about this new pilot test which lasted 2 months at the Freiburg hospital. In addition with other functionalities, the testing of our new double-tasks functionnalities was helpfull with interesting feedback from the therapists.

Thank you to patients and therapists for their commitment and motivation. We look forward to the next collaborations.

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News
07.07.2020

Set-up of 3 first Lambda robots to Lavigny

We are glad to announce the delivery and installation of three Lambda robots at the Institution of Lavigny. We wish them every success with their new aids to support their patients' therapies.

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Medias
14.05.2020

Startupticker.ch highlights Lambda's progress in a great article

LHS delivers its first rehabilitation robots. In a difficult context, the startup was able to anticipate and organize itself to face the challenges related to production.

Link to this great article available below.

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News
10.03.2020

Our initial serial production is being tested by the covid-19 crisis

Congratulation to the mechanical team who managed to continue production during the COVID-19 crisis. Thanks also to our subcontractors for maintaining good delivery times.

A few delays were of course unavoidable, especially for asian out-of-the-shelve parts from Asia.

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« With its speed and ease of installation, LHS is a relevant assessment and rehabilitation device of neuromotor function. It is an innovative and polyvalent partner of rehabilitation. »

Prof. Francis Degache, PhD in Disability and Human motricity
University of Health Sciences of Lausanne

« Since the training, I walk better and I feel more confident on my feet! Exercising is very comfortable, even when I had back pain or was tired. Every stroke patient should have access to this therapy because using the Lambda robot changed my life! »

Hemiplegic patient, 20 years post Stroke

« Robotics open innovative opportunities for neurorehabilitation: to optimize treatments for specific needs. The key to success is a close collaboration between engineers and clinicians. »

Prof. Stephanie Clarke, Head of Neuropsychology and Neurorehabilitation Service, CHUV, Lausanne. President of the World Federation for Neurorehabilitation

« While walking, I am now more focused on the gait phases and I feel more the moment when raising the foot. I now come to lift my leg and can perform tasks of daily living easier, such as dressing or put a shoe. »

Hemiplegic patient, 2 years post Stroke