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Basic information about EuroSuit and methods of rehabilitation


The idea of using the suits originates from Russia in the age of prolonged space flights. The suit was created in order to counteract the negative effects of lack of gravity which the cosmonauts were exposed to during space flights.

In early 90’s scientists and doctors recognized the suit as the very effective therapeutic device for patient afflicted with Infantile Cerebral Palsy, various forms of brain trauma, spinal cord damage and other locomotor disfunctions.

As a result of numerous researches and trials, finally the prototype called Pinguin was modified and a new version was applied in rehabilitation named Adeli.

Since 2008 in Poland at the Euromed Rehabilitation Center the novel, improved version of a suit named EuroSuit has been used for rehabilitation on the commercial basis.

About methodology

EuroSuit methodology is to help patients to develop the strength and functions of muscles and to restore the lost functions such as four point crawling, upright kneeling down, walking, self independence.

This methodology is an alternative one to other, less effective methods of therapy.

The individually customized program is based on thorough knowledge in the field of   physiotherapy and sport exercise physiology .


  • normalization of muscle tension
  • increase in active range of motion
  • muscle strength and endurance increase
  • improvement of muscles and balance control
  • achievement of locomotor independence


The EuroSuit is a soft proprioreceptive dynamic orthois that consists of a cap, shorts, vest, knee pads and shoes with special hooks and connectors. The EuroSuit is a safe and effective rehabilitative device which was developed along with an intensive therapeutic program in order to accelerate the effects of treatment.

Effects and results of using the EuroSuit

  • improvement of proprioreception
  • reduction of pathological synergies and reflexes
  • restoration of the appropriate posture and gait pattern
  • support of weakened muscles
  • improvement of body stabilization
  • improvement of balance control
  • brain stimulation
  • improvement of Central Nervous System
  • tactile and sensory stimulation
  • improvement in speech fluency and pronunciation
  • acceleration of progress of treatment


  • Infantile Cerebral Palsy
  • brain trauma
  • delayed motor development
  • brain injuries
  • spinal cord damage
  • myelomeningocele
  • diseases of neuromuscular system

Session of treatment

  • 4-6 hours a day, 6 days a week, { four, three and two week session}
  • first week: medical evaluation and establishing an individual plan of treatment, increasing/ decreasing of muscle tension, reduction of pathological synergies, increasing in correct locomotor functions and strengthening of muscles
  • second week: strengthening particular group of muscles responsible for defined locomotor functions
  • third week : intensive training of four point crawling, upright kneeling down, walking, improving other achieved abilities
  • fourth week: improving the achieved skills and maintaning the progress, setting the plan of therapy to be performed at home, setting the instruction for the parents and care givers, final medical evaluations determining the progress

Results of therapy:

  • reduction of the pathological synergies
  • increase in strength and endurance
  • improvement in muscle control
  • increase of independent walking, sitting, four point crawling and other locomotor functions