Over the past fifteen years, we’ve continued to drive our expertise in creating wearable devices to augment human potential. Our exoskeleton technology is helping with endurance and allowing human capabilities to go beyond previous limits. We are also bringing hope to individuals who may be dealing with loss of mobility and independence or paralysis after a stroke, brain injury, or spinal cord injury. We’re passionate about making a difference with our products, offering potential benefits to workers and individuals around the world. With offices in Europe, Asia, and North America, we are working to empower people around the globe to live their best lives.About Our Company
Every year, 55.9 million people suffer from acquired brain injury, 15 million suffer from stroke, up to 500,000 people suffer from SCI, and 2.8 million people live with MS. Many of these people are left with limited mobility or some form of paralysis. This can be a devastating diagnosis that is completely life-changing for both patients and their families.
At Ekso Bionics, we address this by using our unique blend of clinical and engineering expertise to develop disruptive robotics for rehabilitation centers. Now, patients post stroke, brain injury or spinal cord injury and those affected by MS are able to utilize Ekso’s exoskeletons in therapy to regain basic movements or even the ability to walk again. The wearer may experience an increase in range of motion and activation of muscles they had difficulty with before. PTs can improve their patients’ gait or get them back up to work on balance with the help of our robotic exoskeleton, EksoNR. This technology can have incredible benefits for these individuals and give them a sense of independence back.EksoHealth & Rehabilitation
Ekso’s products are not only beneficial for physical therapists and individuals overcoming paralysis or injury. Exoskeletons also have immense industrial applications. Shoulder injuries caused by overhead work, repetitive tasks, and overexertion is the leading cause of lost workdays due to workplace injuries. Ekso Bionics is striving to alleviate the burden on hard-working people, drastically reducing the number of workplace injuries and cutting down on worker’s fatigue. Industrial exoskeletons can also help on the construction site or in the warehouse.
Simply strap on EVO and let the vest do some of the work for you. Our industrial device can help support heavy loads, making them feel lightweight by giving you extra power and energy behind movements. Combined with human performance, this energy-saving technology alleviates strain on upper extremities and backs and may lower the risk of injury for industrial and construction workers.Learn About EksoWorks
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