Millions of disabled people and seniors worldwide suffering from impaired walking, are confined to a sedentary lifestyle in a wheelchair, causing health deterioration, poor quality of life, and high medical expenses – a burden for the disabled, their families and health insurers. Numerous studies have demonstrated the physical and mental … Continue reading
Ekso Bionics , a robotic exoskeleton company, announced that it has received clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to market its Ekso GT robotic exoskeleton for use in the treatment of individuals with hemiplegia due to stroke, individuals with spinal cord injuries at levels T4 to L5, … Continue reading
After receiving CE mark in late 2015, Parker Hannifin announced that FDA has also cleared Indego Exoskeleton for clinic and personal use.
Indego is a robotic exoskeleton or powered orthotic device that allows users to stand and walk … Continue reading