Accessible through Medicare

Ekso Indego® Personal is a powered exoskeleton that enables patients with mobility impairments the opportunity to walk independently. It offers an easy set up and a quick learning curve with most users standing and walking their first time with the device. Paired with unique features like our one-handed adjustable strapping system and iOS app, Ekso Indego provides a superior user experience to help individuals gain independence at home and in the community. As of April 2024, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) finalized a reimbursement rate for Ekso Indego Personal. Eligible Medicare beneficiaries with spinal cord injuries now have meaningful access to potentially achieve greater independence at home and in the community through our life-changing technology, potentially empowering them with greater independence and improved health outcomes.

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About Ekso Indego Personal



This lightweight device can be put on/taken off in a variety of locations, be worn in most standard wheelchairs, and transported in a duffle bag or transport case.


Know what mode the Indego is in both as the user and support person using the indicator lights and vibratory patterns.


Utilize the pre-gait function to get up and standing to perform activities of daily living such as washing dishes, cooking dinner, and personal care activities.


Adjust walking settings on the intuitive wireless iOS application.


Ambulate indoors or outdoors over multiple surfaces while being able to take breaks in sitting or standing.


Speed up your walking by utilizing sophisticated software that allows for some of the fastest gait speeds in an exoskeleton.


What is Ekso Indego Personal?

Ekso Indego is the only exoskeleton to offer a modular quick connect design, which allows you to put on and take off the device without assistance. At just 29 lb (13 kg), Ekso Indego is the lightest commercial exoskeleton available offering ease of handling, transportation, and storage.

Ekso Indego is a powered lower limb orthosis, also known as a powered exoskeleton, which enables people with mobility impairments the opportunity to walk independently. Power is provided by sophisticated motors in the knee and hip joints, and combined with advanced sensors and control strategies, the device allows individuals with gait impairments to stand and walk again, granting them a new level of independence at home and in the community.

Ekso Indego can currently be used with spinal cord injury levels of T3 to L5 in community or home settings but is not intended for sports or stair climbing.


The five component design including self-aligning connections allows for quick, independent donning and doffing as well as easy transport of the device. Its lightweight and narrow design allows Ekso Indego to be worn while seated in most wheelchairs and can be used on a variety of surfaces including carpets, floor, grass, and asphalt.


Walking in the device is easy to learn. The user leans forward to stand and walk, maintains an upright stance to stop, and leans backwards to sit. There is also additional feedback from the device for the user with vibratory feedback and LED indicators for the support person.


Take charge of your Ekso Indego with our easy-to-use app. Track your progress and performance data, export session reports to your email, and change settings like speed and step height. These simple changes can take place in real time while standing.


Ekso Indego allows you to get out of your wheelchair and up at eye level. Use Ekso Indego in your home to stand while brushing your teeth, cooking your dinner, walking your dog outside or taking a stroll with your kids. The possibilities are endless and tailored specifically to your goals.


Ekso Bionics is proud to work with the US Veteran’s Administration (VA) and has recently finalized a reimbursement rate with Centers of Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) for Ekso Indego Personal.

A VA policy allows Ekso Indego Personal to be issued to qualified veterans to improve mobility in their homes and communities at no cost to the veteran.

As of April 2024, eligible Medicare beneficiaries with spinal cord injuries now have meaningful access to potentially achieve greater independence at home and in the community through our life-changing technology.

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Jim Dahlin’s story

As a Veteran with a spinal cord injury, Jim Dahlin, faced the grim possibility of never walking again. His life changed when he was required to receive an MRI at Minneapolis VA and was introduced to exoskeletons. Check out his story and see how our technology has gotten him out of his wheelchair and walking again with just a few snaps and straps.

Read Jim's Story

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Ekso Indego Personal

Ekso Indego Therapy is designed to use in a clinic setting under a certified Ekso Indego Specialist whereas Ekso Indego Personal is designed to use in the home and community.

Ekso Indego Personal is FDA-cleared for individuals with a spinal cord injury at a level of T3 or below. Visit our indications for use page for more information.

Ekso Indego Personal is just 29 lbs. and easy to transport for use in your home and community. You can do any activity while wearing Indego Personal that requires standing or walking over even, uneven, or sloped surfaces.

A support person can be anyone from a friend, family member, or colleague. This support person will go through the training process with you and be present when you use Ekso Indego at home and in the community.

Yes, we will come to your clinic to train therapists on Ekso Indego Personal in order to work with you through the training process.

Individuals can pursue Ekso Indego Personal through many avenues including the VA (for veterans), workers comp, auto no fault, and on a case-by-case basis with insurance.

As of April 1, 2024 Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) finalized a reimbursement rate for Ekso Indego Personal. Eligible individuals with spinal cord injuries covered by Medicare will now have access to our life-changing technology. Check out our Medicare page to see if you are eligible for your own personal exoskeleton.

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