Happy Rehab

At a glance

Happy Rehab at a glance
HAPPY REHAB is an interactive standing support system for rehabilitation of gross motor and cognitive skills. The system is used for habilitation and rehabilitation of individuals with cerebral palsy (CP), brain injuries from strokes, or other neurological functional limitations. Intensive training with HAPPY REHAB results in sustained improvement in daily activities such as balance, walking and climbing stairs.


Specially designed computer games train different muscle groups.

By actively stretching muscles, the system increases active and passive joint mobility, as well as improving balance and neuromuscular control. The user interacts with the system in a unique way; it becomes a useful tool for learning and improving skills.

HAPPY REHAB gives constant, motivating feedback; keeping statistics so that the user can monitor his/her progress. The system can be adjusted to the individual user, so that the exercises are suitably challenging, according to the user’s level of function and training.

The user operates the system’s computer games using moveable foot pedals or knee supports. This trains joint mobility and coordination of the ankle joint and promotes active stretching of the knee. It is also possible to move the legs in an upright, weight-bearing position, so that circulation is improved in a way that is pleasant for the user. The specially designed exercises with repetitions and feedback help to improve the user’s ability to activate a muscle at the right time and with the right amount of force. This gives the user better muscle control and coordination. The system can also be used for safe balance exercises, by registering weight transfer in all directions.

HAPPY REHAB comes in three sizes, for children, youth and adults. The system can also be adjusted individually within the different size categories.


HAPPY REHAB - Demo video


It makes more sense for them to train with Treax Pads. Their focus moves from fear of falling, to the playful and meaningful exercise they are about to do

Durita Gunnarson, Physio therapist, Region H