BTL-CPMotion K Elite

  • Ultimate all-in-one solution – single unit for all 3 leg joints
  • Remote control with touch screen
  • Advanced settings
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BTL-CPMotion K Pro

  • Professional model for knee and hip joints
  • Remote control with touch screen
  • Advanced settings
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BTL-CPMotion K Easy

  • Economy model for knee and hip joints
  • User friendly LED interface
  • START/STOP remote control
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Features and benefits

• Ankle module
• High speed movement
• Quick and easy set-up
• Remote control with touch screen
• Real-time angle settings
• Advanced therapy settings

Medical background



Continuous Passive Motion (CPM) devices are used during the first phase of rehabilitation following lower limb joint surgeries or traumas. The CPM device continuously and repeatedly moves the joint through a controlled range of motion.

Daily treatment increases the initially limited movement of the joint and is used to prevent negative effects of joint immobilization such as joint stiffness, swelling, poor articular cartilage nourishment, collagen loss or tromboembolic disease.

The therapy ensures safe exercise throughout the healing and repair process of the tissue by providing passive movement, reduces postoperative pain and minimizes chances of inflammation. CPM also helps increase range of motion and it has favorable effect on muscle strength. CPM stimulates chondrocyte metabolism which makes it important for joint regeneration processes. 

Using CPM leads to reduction of the amount of medication, earlier discharge from hospital, less out-patient care and lower costs for the whole health care system.


Most Common Indications



  • Total knee/hip replacement
  • Arthrotomy and arthroscopy procedures
  • Plastic reconstruction of cruciate ligaments
  • Surgical treatment of fractures and pseudoarthrosis