Patients get their lives back faster without risking the complications associated with additional surgery.
Revision surgery is an out-of-proportion solution for severe motion loss due to potential complications, recovery time, cost, and procedure limitations.
Recover without Risk
You’re already recovering from surgery, so why go through revision surgery if you don’t have to? The Ermi program to restore your full range of motion is safe, simple, and effective.
Heal with our Help
We work with your physician and physical therapist to ensure your motion loss treatment is on point, set up the device for you, and follow your progress.
Live without Limits
Ermi devices are compact and easy to use, and our program to help you restore your full range of motion fits smoothly into your life.
Veteran’s Affairs Benefits
For those who have served this country as a member of the United States uniformed services, we thank you. And we may be able to help you. You could be eligible for the Ermi program through your VA benefits. Contact us, and we’d be honored to help you get your full motion back.
Injuries on the job are common and can affect anyone regardless of what you do for a living, and the path back to work can be hard. For those who have lost their full range of motion, the Ermi program puts you in control to safely restore your movement and return to work quickly.
Stretching techniques as a key component for treating patients and improving their ability to move.Learn More
Recreate the proper body alignment and force used by physical therapists to increase knee motion.Learn More
Improve flexion and extension while allowing perfect forearm alignment, no matter the injury.Learn More
Target structures most affected by severe motion loss after an ankle injury with the patient in full control of the stretch.Learn More
Cold Therapy is effective in reducing the swelling that can impede recovery. ThermaZone by Ermi provides both the right device and Ermi's proven patient monitoring to ensure success.Learn More
Benefit from a hands-on partnership with the treating physician and physical therapist.Learn More