MC360 Overview

Patient Success Using The MC360™ System

MotionCare360, Inc. provides the MC360™ system to therapists, rehab centers and patients looking for a dynamic system for therapy exercises effective in improving patient conditions resulting from physiological and/or neurological disorders.

MC360™ incorporates a variety of modules including, the upper and lower limbs for objective identification tasks.

The system is designed to lead individuals with deficits through specific tasks using instrumented devices while the MC360™ software simultaneously collects performance data. The system design makes it easy to use in both clinical and home settings. This design offers clinicians remarkable opportunities to measure and document patient progress in gross motor and fine motor skills.

MC360™ offers;

A therapeutic regimen of training modules that produce improved function for patients suffering impairment of motor function of the upper limbs (arm/hand)

An assessment system that quantifies a patient's condition and enables the progress of treatment effectiveness to be monitored and, ultimately providing a quantitative measure of improvement,

A testing platform that help compares the effectiveness of new and, as yet, unproven Physical Therapy (PT) and Occupational Therapy (OT) and drug treatment ideas to current best practice.

Direct feedback to the patient and caregivers that can automatically route key data for improvement.

A motivational patient recognition/reward system that encourages both frequency and progress with Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy exercises.

A tele-rehabilatation solution to extend patient exercise therapy progress to include residential or home setting.  

MC360™ provides a true bilateral upper limb exercise platform that offers the equivalent of an “Upper Limb Gym”, with new programs for grip, tactile, and other therapy programs.

MC360™ provides a true exercise platform that provides the unique ability to accurately, quantitatively, and repeatably assess a patient's condition and subsequently monitor therapy effectiveness for those suffering from the effects of any condition that has caused impairment of the motor function.  This offers a substantial improvement over subjective assessments and empowers the patient as well as the caregiver, clinician, therapist and physician involved in the quality of care process.