Wearable Brain Injury Support in Australia

Supporting Physical & Cognitive Recovery

The Exopulse Mollii Suit holds potential benefits that may assist individuals recovering from brain injuries. Brain injuries can result from various causes such as traumatic accidents, Strokes or other conditions that disrupt normal brain function. Rehabilitation plays a crucial role in helping individuals regain cognitive and physical abilities after a brain injury. At Mollii Australia, we offer this technology to clients throughout Australia and New Zealand, including but not limited to Newcastle, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, the Mid North Coast, the Central Coast, the Gold Coast and Tasmania.

Our friendly, supportive staff will give you the means to test out the technology so that you and your healthcare provider can determine whether it is the right fit. What’s more, we offer a flexible range of purchase and rental options. To find out more, call us today on 1300 315 530.

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Potential Muscle Benefits for Brain Injuries

The Exopulse Mollii Suit, with its electrically powered neuromodulation capabilities, offers several potential benefits for the muscles. This can, in turn, help support brain injury recovery:

Relaxation of Muscle Spasms & Decreased Muscle Tension

Following a brain injury, individuals may experience muscle spasms and increased muscle tension. The Exopulse Mollii Suit’s electrical stimulation has the potential to promote muscle relaxation, potentially alleviating spasms and reducing tension. This may contribute to improved comfort and facilitate more natural movements.

Prevention or Retardation of Disuse Atrophy & Muscle Weakness

Disuse of muscles after a brain injury can lead to muscle atrophy and weakness. The Exopulse Mollii Suit’s electrical stimulation has the potential to help prevent or slow down disuse atrophy, maintaining muscle strength and potentially promoting muscle re-education for improved function.

Increasing Local Blood Circulation

Brain injuries can impact blood circulation, affecting tissue health and healing. The Exopulse Mollii Suit’s electrical stimulation has the potential to increase local blood circulation. This potential benefit can support tissue healing, reduce the risk of complications and contribute to improved overall recovery.

Muscle Re-Education & Maintenance for Range of Motion Improvement

The Exopulse Mollii Suit’s electrical stimulation has the potential to aid in muscle re-education, which may improve motor control and facilitate the increase of motion range. This may help individuals regain functional abilities and increase their independence.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Engaging in activity after a brain injury is crucial for several reasons. Firstly, activity promotes neuroplasticity, the brain’s ability to reorganise and form new connections. By participating in rehabilitative activities, individuals can stimulate the brain to adapt and rewire, enhancing functional recovery. Secondly, activity helps prevent secondary complications such as muscle weakness, joint stiffness and cardiovascular deconditioning. It helps to maintain muscle strength, range of motion and cardiovascular fitness, supporting overall physical health. Lastly, activity can positively impact mood and emotional wellbeing, reducing the risk of depression and improving overall quality of life.

Firstly, adequate blood flow supplies oxygen and essential nutrients to the injured brain tissue, potentially supporting its recovery and minimising further damage. Optimal blood circulation also facilitates the removal of waste products and toxins from the affected area, promoting a healthier healing environment. Additionally, proper blood flow helps regulate brain temperature and reduces the risk of swelling and inflammation, which can exacerbate brain injury symptoms. Lastly, maintaining good blood circulation supports overall brain function, cognition and neurological recovery, maximising the potential for improved outcomes after a brain injury.

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Other Potential Benefits of Exopulse Mollii Suit

The following are just a few of the other benefits the Exopulse Mollii Suit may afford if you are living with a brain injury:

  1. Pain Modulation: Chronic pain is not uncommon after a brain injury. The Exopulse Mollii Suit’s neuromodulation capabilities have the potential to aid in pain modulation. This potential benefit may provide relief from pain associated with muscle tension, cramping or Spasticity, contributing to a more comfortable and pain-free experience.
  2. Cognitive Support: While the primary focus of the Exopulse Mollii Suit is on physical rehabilitation, there is potential for it to indirectly impact cognitive issues. By potentially improving motor function, reducing pain and enhancing overall wellbeing, the technology may indirectly support cognitive rehabilitation and improve the quality of life for individuals with brain injuries.
  3. Balance & Gait Control: Many individuals with brain injuries experience difficulties with balance and gait. The Exopulse Mollii Suit’s electrical stimulation has the potential to positively impact gross motor function, thus improving balance and gait control. This possible benefit may lead to enhanced stability, reduced falls and improved mobility.

It’s important to note that further research and individual assessments are necessary to determine the specific benefits and suitability of the Exopulse Mollii Suit for each person with a brain injury. Each case is unique and rehabilitation plans should be tailored to the individual’s specific needs and goals. Consultation with healthcare professionals or specialists in brain injury rehabilitation is crucial to determine the potential benefits and integrate the Exopulse Mollii Suit into a comprehensive rehabilitation program.