The conceptual Nokia 'Ara' has been designed as a piece of healthcare equipment that will provide individuals with the ability to keep up with their rehabilitation and ensure they are in the optimal position for a full recovery.
Designed by Rik Oudenhoven, the device works by being worn on the leg to let the user partake in personalized rehabilitation, while also relaying data to their healthcare professional. This helps to ensure that the patient is taking the necessary steps to heal their injury and decrease the chances that they will experience another problem soon afterwards.
The conceptual Nokia 'Ara' speaks to the increasingly digitized healthcare market as providers and patients alike seek out more efficient ways to ensure optimal care.
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