Our field service – professionals in care and early mobilisation


Who doesn't know them - sales representatives. They know every product detail, the history of each individual component and can tell flowery stories about the benefits of their product. Our sales force can do that too - but they'd much rather demonstrate our products at your site - on the patient!


Therapiebesprechung mit einem Physiotherapeuten
Early mobilisation improves the chances of a good course of therapy.

They are experts in their field. They have several years of professional experience in intensive care units and physiotherapies. They know the pitfalls of therapy, what an effort it is to get obese patients from the bed into the Mobilizer and how to mobilize them. They can show you how to use the Mobilizer on the patient.

Through constant contact with clinics throughout Europe, we get tips for improvements, tricks in the handling. This gives us a wealth of experience that the typical sales representative cannot offer.

Falk Hoffmann, Managing Director

Christoph Baus, Jan Stoye, Kevin Klotzke and Markus Rönnfeldt know the technical terms, are familiar with the physical and psychological strain on nursing staff on the ward and the challenge of early mobilisation. For us, the focus is not on the product, but on the patient. “It is always fascinating to see how the breathing becomes calmer and the monitoring monitor shows that the pulse is slowly going down” says Christoph Baus when he talks about his experiences “on the ward”. Christoph Baus is himself an intensive care physiotherapist and has been in sales at Reha & Medi Hoffmann GmbH for over 10 years.

According to studies, intensive care patients spend an average of 2.1 days less in the intensive care unit. This is not only an advantage for the patients – the hospital budget is also relieved. We are not saying that the Mobilizer is responsible for this – but users confirm that the Mobilizer simplifies therapy considerably.

One head of administration takes a more pragmatic view of the issue. Less physical strain leads to less staff absences, an earlier transfer to normal wards reduces the utilisation of intensive care units and a mobilised patient is discharged earlier.