Physical rehabilitation



Raccoon.Recovery is a tool for physical rehabilitation after injuries and neurological diseases that provides better outcomes for patients and saves a therapist’s time:

  • gamification for patient motivation and retention during the full course;
  • more effective treatment thanks to tracking of patient’s progress;
  • automation and digitization of examination tests and reports;
  • possibility to use for remote rehab (telerehabilitation) with remote monitoring

Now it is the tool for hand rehabilitation that will be scaled to full body solution in 2020.

Complex solution

Effective and easy to implement

  • Controller

    The controller is both a manipulator for video games and an assessment tool at the same time

  • Sensors

    Additional sensors gather additional data about motions and psycho-emotional condition

  • Software

    To select tests, approve the course, make adjustments, generate reports and monitor patient dynamics

  • App for patient
    App for patient

    Play video games, track progress, gain achievements, receive notifications from your therapist

How it works

3 minutes watch to get acquainted
For patients, rehabilitologists and hospitals

Solution advantages

  • Real gamification

    A unique algorithm allows you to use absolutely any existing game. It has been scientifically proven that this method increases patient motivation

  • Continue treatment at home

    Patients can continue rehab exercises at home, while still receiving guidance from rehabilitologist who follows the process remotely

  • +40% revenue

    Using Raccoon.Recovery helps rehabilitologists to treat more patients at a time and at the same time increase the revenue for rehab centres by 40%

  • Goal-based exercises

    Translation SMART action-orientation goals into the type and number of exercises to do daily using action/function database in-built into software

  • Automatic screening tests

    The rehabilitologist can choose from most popular 20 tests for examination and obtain their screening tests results for each patient automatically

  • Collect additional data

    Gathering data on fatigue, mood and accompanying syndrome of the patient to analyze its influence on the effectiveness of rehabilitation

  • Saving rehabilitologist's time

    Automatization of treatments gives rehabilitologist free time for working with new patients and professional growth. More time for seeing patients and doing meaningful work

  • Easy integration to a hospital

    Integration through сonvenient licensing: rehabilitation center pays a subscription after receiving payment from a client. Purchasing by module is also possible

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Scientific evidence

Raccoon technology is scientifically proven

Solution was created on the basis of scientific researches.
We also invite academic partners for doing additional trials.
To apply, please contact info@raccoon.world

Name Of Trial
doi: 10.1186/1741-7015-8-60

The effects of increased dose of exercise-based therapies to enhance motor recovery after stroke: a systematic review and meta-analysis

doi: 10.1161/STROKEAHA.114.004695

Is more better? Using metadata to explore dose-response relationships in stroke rehabilitation.

doi: 10.2522/ptj.20130046

Use of the challenge point framework to guide motor learning of stepping reactions for improved balance control in people with stroke: a case series.

doi: 10.1097/NPT.0000000000000183

Telehealth, Wearable Sensors, and the Internet: Will They Improve Stroke Outcomes Through Increased Intensity of Therapy, Motivation, and Adherence to Rehabilitation Programs?


Goal-oriented feedback on motor behavior in VR-based stroke therapy – A case study using the Rehabilitation Gaming System

DOI 10.1186/s12984-015-0039-z

The visual amplification of goal-oriented movements counteracts acquired non-use in hemiparetic stroke patients

DOI: 10.4172/2376-0281.1000113

Monitoring of Visuomotor Coordination in Healthy Subjects and Patients with Stroke and Parkinson’s Disease: An Application Study Using the PABLOR-Device

doi: 10.1097/MRR.0000000000000059

Recovery of hand function with robot-assisted therapy in acute stroke patients: a randomized-controlled trial

DOI: 10.1089/g4h.2012.0073

Computational Intelligence and Game Design for Effective At-Home Stroke Rehabilitation.


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Our team

We are a strong family with experience in rehabilitation, R&D and software development, business development and marketing.
If you want to join our team –
check out our vacancies.
Perhaps there is a job for you!

  • Lana Malovana

    Lana Malovana

  • Alex Radovichenko

    Alex Radovichenko

  • Anna Bezrodna

    Anna Bezrodna

  • Vitalii Tolkachov

    Vitalii Tolkachov

  • Alex Chernegov
    Tech Engineer

    Alex Chernegov

  • Vladislav Lemekha

    Vladislav Lemekha

  • Sasha Radovichenko
    Software Developer

    Sasha Radovichenko

  • Olga Lesik

    Olga Lesik

  • Kateryna Rodkina
    Project manager

    Kateryna Rodkina

  • Vlad Illiukhin
    Sales & Community manager in Germany

    Vlad Illiukhin

  • Olga Tishkova
    Marketing Manager

    Olga Tishkova

  • Orest Kravchuk
    Head of Patient Care

    Orest Kravchuk

Powerful support

Mentor board

Raccoon.World team is proud to be supported by superstars in physical
rehabilitation, business development, sales and R&D.

  • Anna Degtereva

    Anna Degtereva

  • Lars Buch

    Lars Buch

  • Dr. Michael Gaebler

    Dr. Michael Gaebler

  • Arno Villringer

    Arno Villringer

  • Simon Shepherd

    Simon Shepherd

  • Philip Uhlig

    Philip Uhlig

  • Weihs Natascha

    Weihs Natascha

  • Robert Hite

    Robert Hite

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