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Exoskeleton lower limb EksoNR

Exoskeleton lower limb EksoNR
Exoskeleton lower limb EksoNR
Exoskeleton lower limb EksoNR
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Exoskeleton lower limb EksoNR
Exoskeleton lower limb EksoNR
Exoskeleton lower limb EksoNR
Exoskeleton lower limb EksoNR
Exoskeleton lower limb EksoNR - The next step in neurorehabilitation
EksoNR is a robotic exoskeleton specially designed for use in a rehabilitation setting to improve the condition of neurorehabilitation patients so that they can exit the device and return to their communities. The EksoNR is the first FDA-approved exoskeleton for acquired traumatic brain injury, stroke and spinal cord injury, and offers the most natural gait in the industry, retraining the brain and muscles to gait properly.

EksoNR exoskeleton functions:

View session-specific walking time, distance, and speed, safely stored in a secure, cloud-based dashboard for easy analytics.

EksoNR helps patients to carry only their own weight with correct posture so that you can shorten the treatment time as much as possible.

Set training targets and change real-time assistance levels for each leg independently, depending on the patient's goals and session results.

Adjust the motor support for different levels of lesion, from full assistance to patient-initiated movements, in both swing and gait phases.

Sensors and software continuously monitor and adjust leg movements to minimize compensating gait patterns.

EksoNR includes PreGait, a suite of programs to help patients balance, change weights, squat and get back into place before walking.

Not all exoskeletons are created equal.
Some exoskeletons are designed for use as an assistive device for patients with spinal cord injury and provide 100% of the power required for walking. In addition to being the only FDA-approved exoskeleton for ABI, EksoNR is also a true rehabilitation tool for physical therapists who challenges their patients by requiring active participation known to promote brain plasticity.

EksoNR promotes correct posture and the most natural gait so therapists can focus on treatment. The high, stiff back and various progressive modes make Ekso the ideal solution for toddlers with LPN and stroke.

The Ekso gait training improves functional balance outside the device in people with incomplete motor spinal cord injury.

Enabling Ekso gait training during rehabilitation improves the patient's out-of-device gait speed at discharge compared to admission.

Research shows that Ekso gait training improves walking distance outside the device for people with stroke and incomplete motor spinal cord injury at discharge compared to patients rehabilitated without Ekso.

Based on data from over 40 leading research partners.
EksoNR is designed for physicians by clinicians. The rehabilitation exoskeleton is the most studied rehabilitation exoskeleton, with more than 1,800 patients participating in 105 clinical studies led by researchers. A wearable exoskeleton that provides nutrition to the legs.
Designed to help patients stand and walk during rehabilitation, EksoNR works with clinicians to provide the necessary support for the spine, trunk, and legs, including the hip, knee, and ankle joints, promoting correct movement patterns in all phases of physical rehabilitation and challenging patients when they are progressing to leave the EksoNR rehabilitation center and return to their communities.

EksoNR is an improved version of our EksoGT model that eliminates gait inefficiencies and became our new standard as the first FDA-approved exoskeleton for medical use in patients with stroke, brain injury and SCI. EksoNR At a Glance
EksoNR is a lower limb exoskeleton that maintains an upright posture and teaches the user how to walk again and restore a natural gait. With postural torso support as well as support in the knees, hips and ankles, this device enhances the ability to move and allows for long-term therapy sessions without fatigue. Sensors automatically detect if the patient is tilting, and the exoskeleton provides feedback to the therapist to improve their gait.

Robot-driven movement can provide full support and trajectory assistance for patients with paralysis of the lower limbs, or patient-initiated movement can be used to stimulate muscle activity in the lower body. Adaptive gait training controls the joints and leg movements so that patients cannot compensate for this and helps them regain their natural gait without discomfort.

This lower limb exoskeleton even features a touchscreen that helps doctors set goals and change levels of care for patients with different functional levels. Physiotherapists can also easily access the medical device's database to analyze complex movement patterns and record patient progress. We are constantly exploring new technologies to continue to provide rehab devices in North America and beyond for the benefit of humanity.

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