wearable exoskeletons for
rehabilitation of children and adults.
For patients with spinal cord injury and stroke (ongoing clinical trials for multiple sclerosis and cerebral palsy)
One of our first test pilots describes his experience thus: "Exoskeleton gives a new level of freedom." Everyone who had the chance to try on the device agrees with this statement.Learn more
ExoRehabilitation — is a combination of physical exercise with exoskeletons with other rehabilitation methods, such as physiotherapy, which leads to the improvement of health in general, and the ability to walk, in particular. It is not only a restorative process, but also social and emotional integration of people with locomotor disorders.
At the core of ExoRehabilitation lies combined application of medical exoskeleton with other methods, such as exercise therapy or physiotherapy.
up to 100 kg
weight of the patient
Up to 4 hours
of continuous walking per charge
height of the patient
“There are people who dream of getting back on their feet, all around the world. In order to make it possible for everyone, our team of scientists developed an efficient tool for doctors and patients – exoskeletons, that will help thousands of people to return to a joyful life...”
Kate Bereziy, CEO and founder of ExoAtlet
- 16 Сlinical studies
- 24 Сlinics
- 700 Patients
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Free Webinar Neurointerfaces & Neurorehabilitation
ExoAtlet is proud to collaborate with the leading EU and US researchers on brain-controlled interfaces to operate the exoskeleton and announces their first webinar on Neurointerfaces & Neurorehabilitation: From Basic Science to Practical Application, where the following topics will be covered: — Introduction: Research opportunity with ExoAtlet. Highlighting to possible opportunities of collaboration with […]