LL Corpus Cogere, Inc. traces its origin to the aspirations of Louise T. Lontoc to improve the effectiveness, efficiency, and safety of PT Gait equipment for patients and physical therapists. Throughout her distinguished career, over the last twenty years, as a physical therapist in California and New Jersey, Louise worked with and helped countless rehabilitation patients regain mobility of their limbs and improve the quality of their lives. During this time, she was continually ‘thinking-out-of-the-box’ […]
The key trends and directions for physical rehabilitation include: 49 million Americans with physical disabilities. Aging and active population. As population ages, demand for physical therapy strengthens. Demographics favor sustained growth in physical rehabilitation services. Insurers and government aggressively turning to in-home programs. Research shows growing population prefers receiving rehabilitation in home setting.
The current physical rehabilitation equipment ‘pain points’ impacting therapists and patients include: Large, Heavy & Unmovable Expensive: Buy & Maintain Multiple Assistance Required None/Limited Intelligence Self-Limiting Unproductive PT effort