We support rehabilitation professionals with technology, innovation and clinical evidence.
Our mission is to improve people’s lives through the use of new science-based technologies.
Our goal is to become the world leader in digital rehabilitation.
And to achieve this, we have our values at the forefront of our minds:
DyCare is made up of a multidisciplinary team that integrates the knowledge of each of us.
Each member of the team has an important role within the company.
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Frequently Asked Questions
While using ReHub already brings many benefits to the rehabilitation process for patients, using ReHub tracking sensor means more comprehensive monitoring of patient activity.
Our sensors are the only ones capable of measuring movement and force simultaneously, allowing precise and reliable monitoring of the patient's joint and muscle capacity.
The use of this type of technology helps physiotherapists and rehabilitators to provide a superior service to their patients, giving them a clear competitive advantage in the market.
Yes, to use a ReHub sensor you must install a program on your computer, which will allow you to connect and configure the sensors within the platform in a very simple way.
If you are a professional, you must have a computer with Windows 10 as the operating system and a Bluetooth 4.2 connection.
If you are patient, you must have a Windows 10 or Android system. To see more details, click here.
Consider the maximum volume of concurrent patients you would like to treat with ReHub per month. The sensor can be used in a rotational way, that is, once a patient finishes his telerehabilitation therapy, it can be used with another patient.
If you still have doubts about how many sensors you should buy, please send us an email with all your questions and our team of experts can advise you and inform you of discounts for multiple units.
Yes, even if you have assigned a sensor to the patient, you can always decide whether to use sensor therapy or mixed therapy (with and without sensor).