Rugged Interactive’s CardioWall was introduced into the service in September 2013 and since then has been become a focal point of rehabilitation for patients and practitioners. The service predominantly treats children with chronic pain, providing physical, emotional and functional interventions.
A pair of CardioWalls were installed at Arbour Vale Specialist Sports College in Slough, Berkshire in the summer of 2013. Since then staff and students have been using the twin interactive wall panels to create challenges, games and exercise routines for their students.
“It’s something we are very pleased we purchased and would strongly recommend to other mental health sites looking for innovative ways of keeping patients healthy, happy and engaged whilst on the ward."
Fulbourn Hospital carried out a study looking into the immediate effects the CardioWalll on mood…
In April 2019, The Disabilities Trust added CardioWalls into 5 more of their sites. We caught up with staff and services users at Redford Court in Liverpool to find out how the CardioWall is aiding neurorehabilitation sessions.
Sheffield Health & Social Care have four CardioWall's in their mental health wards. They are a fundamental component to their rehabilitation programmes and are loved by both staff and patients.
We caught up with Physiotherapists Team Leader, Gargi Srivastava, to hear how they're getting on.
"It's the most fun physio I have ever done. Every hospital should have one!"
At the beginning of April 2021, Laura Armstrong had a below the knee amputation, and is now undergoing rehabilitation at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital Stanmore.
After a month into her physio treatment at Stanmo…