What is Toyra?
What is Toyra?
The rehabilitation with Toyra
Rehabilitation is a complex process that some people face at certain times of their life and which often means profound changes to their lifestyle.
Adapting to this new situation takes considerable effort over a long period of time with the aim of recovering as many faculties as possible in the best conditions. With Toyra we maintain the dream that rehabilitation will enter a new phase for both patients and healthcare professionals who provide support throughout the process.
Toyra integrates healthcare information technology, virtual reality and motion capture to develop tailored interactive therapy exercises
The exercises have been designed by healthcare experts in the rehabilitation field. Toyra uses virtual reality to increase patient motivation towards their own therapy, undoubtedly leading to improved results. It is based on motion capture as an initial information source to put together relevant clinical data that puts the patient’s rehabilitation status and progress in objective terms.
In addition, Toyra provides an electronic therapy and rehabilitation record management platform allowing tailored patient therapy results analysis. This information helps in carrying out clinical studies and protocols, providing a scientific base to continually improve the rehabilitation process.
How does Toyra work?
Toyra is a rehabilitation product of the upper extremity via a real-time virtual reality and motion capture system.
Movements are captured by sensors (using different motion capture technologies) that send location and position to the system in order to be able to recreate the patient’s movements. With the information received, Toyra Assesses, Records and Analyses the patient’s results when they do the Therapy.
Toyra increases patient motivation when doing the therapy thanks to the use of specular vision, recreating movements in the virtual world and recreational dynamics in exercises.
Toyra comprises 2 sub-systems:
- Objective Therapy Management Sub-system (Central Server). This collects, centralises and manages all the information relating to patient therapy. It enables everything from management of patients to revision of results and preparation of automated reports. It supports multi-centre management, it integrates with healthcare information systems via HL7 and user management via LDAP.
- Interactive Objective Therapy Sub-system (Therapy Stations). Depending on the needs of the centre, as many stations can be deployed as necessary, which enables it to be run by patients and report the results to the central server. There are currently two different therapy station versions: for a hospital environment and for outpatient or home application.