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Exercisers, Computer-Aided Training, Gait

Definition : Computer-aided training exercisers designed to train and assess a patient's gait. These exercisers include a patient weight support system employing a harness attached to a metal frame. Some of these exercisers include two movable foot plates at the bottom of the structure and others have a treadmill that patients walk on with the aid of a robotic exoskeleton; both styles of exercisers assist patients in moving their legs while bearing some of their body weight. All of these exercisers include a computerized unit that monitors, measures, analyzes, and gives feedback on a user's ambulatory abilities. These exercisers can be adjusted to meet specific physical therapy needs of an individual patient; weight-bearing support and speed can be customized for each patient, sometimes pre-programmed, and adjusted as patients progress in their therapy.

Entry Terms : "Robotic Gait Trainers" , "Computerized Gait Training Exercisers" , "Gait Training Machines"

UMDC code : 25725

   

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Bioness Inc

Bioness offers award-winning medical devices designed to benefit people with Stroke, Multiple Sclerosis, Traumatic Brain Injury, Cerebral Palsy and Spinal Cord Injury. These products use Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) to help people regain mobility and independence to improve quality of life and productivity.

Hocoma AG

Hocoma AG

Hocoma Inc

Hocoma is the leader in robotic rehabilitation therapy for neurological movement disorders. We are a globally active medical technology company based near Zurich, Switzerland. We develop innovative therapy solutions working closely with leading clinics and research centers

Motorika Medical (Israel) Ltd

Motorika Medical (Israel) Ltd

Motorika Medical (USA) Ltd

Founded in 2004, Motorika's mission is to create robot-assisted solutions to meet the therapeutic needs of patientsNeurorecovery suffering from a variety of neurological conditions, including stroke, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, as well as orthopedic and post-surgery dysfunction. Since its inception, the company has established itself as a leader in the development and marketing of innovative, high-end robotic rehabilitation products for upper and lower extremities

Reha-Stim

Reha-Stim

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