recoveriX for
Multiple Sclerosis

30 hours of therapy to regain your mobility!

recoverix hand therapy

These positive effects can be explained by the activation of neuroplasticity during recoveriX:

  • 99% of patients improve spasticity
  • 99% of patients improve their motor functions
  • 95% of patients improve their fatigue syndrome
  • 99% of patients improve daily activities
  • 95% of patients improve their balance and mobility
  • 99% of patients improve their walking endurance
  • Often bladder control improves
  • 0% side effects

Relapse Stage

This stage refers to the sudden worsening of MS symptoms or the occurrence of new symptoms. In this stage, recoveriX can be used to improve again.

Remission Stage

In this stage, patients often experience a period of remission where the symptoms stabilize or improve. Rehabilitation such as recoveriX to maintain functional abilities is highly beneficial in this stage.

Progressive Stage

The goal of rehabilitation is to slow down disease progression and maximize functional abilities through physical therapy or recoveriX.

Scientific Proof

Neuroplasticity is a well-established concept that is supported by extensive clinical evidence. The clinical studies of recoveriX neurorehabilitation has shown significant results in improving motor functions, reducing spasticity and reducing fatigue in stroke and MS patients.

Patients' Experiences


Before undergoing recoveriX training, the Timed Up and Go Test recorded a duration of 18 seconds. However, following 25 sessions of recoveriX training, the duration decreased to 14 seconds. In terms of the 6 Minute Walk Test, prior to the recoveriX sessions, the distance covered was 210 meters. Post 25 sessions of recoveriX training, the distance increased to 285 meters.

Mrs. Insamer was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2011. She suffered from numbness in both legs and stumbled all the time. When she started recoveriX training in 2023, her motor function improved significantly. She has more energy, better body control, improved balance, and her fatigue has also improved greatly.

Before recoveriX training, Mr. Zaunmayr required 25 seconds to complete the 25-Feet Walking Test, decreasing to 15 seconds post-recoveriX. The 6-Minutes Walking Test showed a notable increase in covered distance, from 77 to 135 meters. Spasticity in the left leg diminished, enhancing gait patterns and balance.

This patient has experienced significant improvements as a result of recoveriX training. Notable enhancements include his gait and coordination, leading to an overall sense of well-being. Prior to recoveriX training, he had difficulties in even the simplest tasks, such as holding a glass of water without spilling its contents. After recoveriX, his fine motor skills have shown remarkable progress, significantly reducing instances of spills.

27 years after her MS diagnosis, this patient performed 22 hours of recoveriX training. She reported better sleep quality, alleviated foot issues, elimination of foot spasticity, the ability to stand for one hour, markedly better walking, improved concentration, and a notable sense of improvement after just one session.

Optimize Upper & Lower Limbs

recoveriX is measuring EEG activity while a patient imagines a hand or foot movement. Once recoveriX detects a motor imagination, it triggers a functional electrical stimulation of the limb so that the limb performs a real movement. Patients love that – especially if they have suffered for a few years. This procedure is repeated 8000 times and connects cognitive functions with motor behavior. Due to the amount of repetitions, neurons are forming new connections to relearn the movement. A recoveriX MS patient has to undergo 30 sessions, each lasting for about 45 minutes, ideally 2-3 times per week.

The MS therapy treats legs/feet and hands/arms. The treatment reduces spasticity and leads to better fine and gross motoric skills in upper and lower extremities.

recoveriX Results from Patient Z.

“In a few weeks, you’ll be tied to your wheelchair.” These were the discouraging words from the doctors that patient Z. heard. He lives with MS for 26 years already.

  • 25-Feet Walking Test: Before recoveriX: 25 seconds; After recoveriX: 15 seconds.
  • 6-Minute Walking Test: Before recoveriX: 77 meters; After recoveriX: 135 meters.
  • Spasticity in left leg: Much less which lead to better gait pattern and more balance.
  • Neuroplasticity changes: lot of more activation of the sensorimotor cortex after therapy.

“During the first 7 sessions, I thought that I am just wasting my time. In session 8 suddenly my left leg started to move again. Joining the recoveriX program was the best thing I ever did” said the patient. “I can stand up again more easily, my concentration improved, standing up and sitting down is easier due to more stability and balance. My wife drove me to recoveriX therapy but after the third session, I could drive myself.” he continued.

recoveriX Results from Patient X.

“There is nothing you can do, it will only get worse from here on out.” Patients with multiple sclerosis frequently hear this from their doctors. Only 25 hours of recoveriX therapy are necessary to observe a noticeable effect.

  • 25 Feet Walking Test: Before recoveriX: 40 seconds; After recoveriX: 19 seconds. The patient walks twice as fast and her gait pattern is much better. Foot drop is highly reduced and her balance became much better.
  • 6-Minute Walk Test: Before recoveriX: 34 meters; After recoveriX: 101 meters. Her walking endurance became much better.
  • Fatigue Scale: Highly reduced. She became more active in her daily life.
  • Spasticity: Highly reduced. This leads to a better gait pattern and more balance.

She arrived in a wheelchair and was only able to walk a short distance before the therapy. She had to pause or take a brief break after each step. After the recoveriX therapy, she is now walking with a stick, spending more time outside, having more energy, being less sleepy, being able to lift off her foot more easily, and her foot stays on the ground much more firmly when she is standing. She thought it was “super cool here” in the recoveriX center. While her memory and attentiveness have always been strong, her coordination has also improved. She traded in her three-point walking stick for “LEKI” walking sticks. She added that her hand had grown stronger in the end.

Objective Measures

objective measures therapy report