Ekso Bionics, the California company that makes some of the most advanced exoskeletons out there, is releasing its latest neurorehabilitation suit, the EksoNR.
Designed primarily to help people recovering from a stroke, the device recreates the natural movement of the legs and helps patients re-learn how to walk, sit, and do all the things they used to do.
The EksoNR is based on the EksoGT device, the most popular rehab robotic exoskeleton on the market. The new model features an optimized gait that is more natural and better matches individual patients, comes with a new touchscreen interface for clinicians, and a host of analytics tools to monitor performance and tune therapy in real time.
The EksoNR has already received regulatory approval in the U.S. and Europe and is now available for purchase by rehab centers on both sides of the pond.
Here’s a couple videos Ekso Bionics released introducing the new EksoNR exoskeleton:
Product page: EksoNR
Flashbacks: Ekso GT Robotic Exoskeleton Cleared for Stroke Rehab, Spinal Cord Injuries; EKSO Bionic Exoskeleton Successfully Used to Improve Gait After Stroke; Ekso Bionics Sells Its First Commercial Exoskeleton; Ekso Works Exoskeleton Lets Workers Operate Heavy Tools With Ease
Via: Ekso Bionics