Patented Interactive robotic technology is capable of continuously adapting to each patient’s ability allowing the clinician to deliver optimum intensive sensorimotor therapy to neurologic patients.
- Robotic arm with two active degrees of freedom
- Shoulder flexion/extension
- Shoulder abduction/adduction
- Elbow flexion/extension
- Shoulder protraction/retraction
- Shoulder internal/external rotation
The most thoroughly researched device for upper extremity neurorehabilitation
- 800+ patients
- Large multi-site randomized controlled clinical trials
- Easy to use technology allows for high repetition
- 400-1000 reps/session
- Task specific to reduce impairments in the affected limb(s)
- Range of motion
- Easy-to-use, grab and go set up
- Ensures maximum therapy time
- Direct wheel chair access
- Print patient progress reports directly from the robot
Broad clinical application shown to improve functional outcomes across the continuum of care.1
The InMotion HAND™ senses patient forces and assists the patient as needed, continuously adapting to each
patients abilities allowing the clinician to deliver optimum intensive sensorimotor grasp and release
The InMotion HAND™ is an “add-on” optional module that attaches to the InMotion ARM™ Robot.
1 Robot training enhanced motor outcome in patients with stroke maintained over 3 years. Neurology. Volpe BT, Krebs HI, Hogan N, Edelsteinn L, Diels CM, Aisen ML. 1999;53:1874 –1876.
175. Does shorter rehabilitation limit potential recovery poststroke? Neurorehabilitation Neural Repair. Fasoli SE, Krebs HI, Ferraro M, Hogan N, Volpe BT. 2004;18:88 –94.
176. The effect of robot-assisted therapy and rehabilitative training on motor recovery following stroke. Arch Neurology Aisen ML, Krebs HI, Hogan N, McDowell F, Volpe BT.1997;54:443
Neurorehabil Neural Repair Volpe BT, Lynch D, Rykman-Berland A, Ferraro M, Galgano M, Hogan N, Krebs HI. Neurorehabil Neural Repair. 2008;22:305–310.