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SynPhNe Wearable for rehabilitation

SynPhNe Wearable Trains Brain And Muscle As One System, Helps With Stroke Rehabilitation

SynPhNe, a Singapore-based organization, has developed the world’s first connected wearable solution that trains brain and muscle as one. This innovative technology helps people with physical disabilities resulting from neurological pathologies like stroke and traumatic brain injury, learning disorders, aging problems, chronic stress, and chronic pain. Read more Hong Kong PolyU Develops Robotic Arm to […]
ReStore Exosuit

ReStore Exosuit, the First Soft Robotic System for Stroke Therapy Gets FDA Clearance

Stroke is a leading cause of disability, which affects approximately 17 million people worldwide each year, and as many as 80% of people who have had a stroke will suffer from gait impairments. Related Scientists Develop Groundbreaking Multi-Joint, Personalized Wearable Soft Exosuit ReWalk Robotics, a leading manufacturer of robotic medical devices for people with lower […]
MindMaze NMI acquisition

MindMaze Acquires Startup Neuro Motor Innovations to Expand VR Treatment

MindMaze, a Switzerland-based billion-dollar startup that makes an immersive software platform to help people recover from strokes and other debilitating brain conditions, announced it has acquired fellow neuro-rehabilitation tech company Neuro Motor Innovations Corporation (NMI) for an undisclosed sum. Read more Kessler Foundation and Virtualwear Team Up to Improve Recovery Outcomes in Stroke Patients With […]
Robotic arm stroke patients

Hong Kong PolyU Develops Robotic Arm to Help Stroke Patients Move Upper Limb

Stroke is the third leading cause of disability worldwide. Someone in the United States has a stroke every 40 seconds. Stroke is a leading cause of serious long-term disability. In Hong Kong, there are about 25,000 new incidences of stroke annually in recent years. Read more Kessler Foundation and Virtualwear Team Up to Improve Recovery […]
PolyU robotic arm

Hong Kong Polytechnic University Develops Robotic Arm to Assist Stroke Patients in Mobile Rehabilitation

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) has developed a robotic arm to facilitate self-help and upper-limb mobile rehabilitation for stroke patients. Using the lightweight device, stroke patients can engage in intensive and effective self-help rehabilitation exercise even after they’re discharged from the hospital. Dubbed “mobile exo-neuro-musculo-skeleton,” it’s the first-of-its-kind integration of exo-skeleton, soft robot and […]
Harvard Soft robots

Harvard Researchers Designing Soft Robots for Patients with Spinal Cord Injury

Tim Gatautis suffered a spinal cord injury in a swimming accident nearly a decade ago. He’s been in the chair ever since. He’d like to be able to do more for himself. That’s what brought him to Harvard University, where he helps test new wearable robotic devices designed for hand and arm rehabilitation. “I’ve been […]