MUJO: Intelligent Rehabilitation
MUJO is the latest connected rehabilitation technology, independently validated within the NHS and elite sport.
Smart Therapeutic Devices
Patented Class I medical devices provide a patient-centred, interactive exercise experience and point-of-care objective assessment tool.
Secure online portals store medical and performance data for patients and clinicians to monitor progress, check and modify prescribed treatment plans.
Based on existing evidence base and the results achieved using the MUJO system in leading musculoskeletal, performance and rehabilitation pathways.
I used the MUJO devices 5 days a week, during which time I noticed improvements to my strength and appeared to help in reducing my shoulder pain. I found using the machine easier than my previously prescribed physiotherapy exercises which relied on my technique to be correct in order to activate the correct muscle group.Sally
The recent use of the MUJO system as part of the post-operative rehabilitation of one of our first team players at Wasps has been of great value. The system functioned effectively as a rehabilitation tool to accurately optimise proprioception and muscle capacity in functional positions as well as being able to map the progress of the rehabilitation.Ali James
I am a physio and I have had shoulder problems for over 18 months. The MUJO machine is an essential part of my current rehabilitation. I only started using the machine about 1 month ago and already there has been a great improvement. For any of my patients with shoulder instability, like myself, I would 100% recommend they try the MUJO. It is great because it helps you to isolate specific muscle contractions and you receive continual visual feedback on the iPad screen that tells you if you are doing the exercise correctly and motivates.Ella
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