GTS- CircuitGTS-Circuit is a walking rail system equipped with a Turn Terminal System capable of changing
the direction of the rail and can be moved to each circular rehabilitation training room or circular
rehabilitation training equipment. It allows multiple users to receive step-by-step rehabilitation training
depending on their level of difficulty
Necessity of 10 kinds of Circuit Rehabilitative Training
① Upper and lower extremity training: Training of eccentric/concentric repetitive contractions of
② Sit and stand up training: Balance and muscle strengthening training for the left and right
③ Heel up and heel down training: Muscle length maintenance and muscle strength training through
eccentric/concentric contraction of the calf muscle
④ Treadmill training: Training to improve walking and cardiovascular
⑤ Inclined/Declined training: Stretching the calf muscles of the paralyzed leg
⑥ Walking Training at stairs or inclined/declined ground: Eccentric/concentric contraction training
of lower limb muscle and strengthening training for ankle muscle.
⑦ Walking training on unsafe ground: Walking training on unsafe ground, such as a mat
⑧ Training for avoiding obstacle: Unexpected obstacle avoidance training and walking training
due to postural changes
⑨ Task-oriented training: Body movement control training and balance training while performing tasks
⑩ Balance and small tool training: Training to balance trunk posture and enhance coordination of
upper and lower extremity
Advantage of GTS-Circuit
- Enables early rehabilitation training for the patient with severe disease or early rehabilitation patients.
- Multiple users can train at the same time and maximize the efficiency of use of space and time.
- Training for outdoor walking adaptation in indoor area is possible, and provides continuous
Component of the products
* Manual TTS (Turn Terminal System), varies depending on installation environment
* Walking Rail : Left and right bidirectional type
* People who have difficulties walking or perform functional daily living activities due to stroke, cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury and disc herniation.