The next step in NeuroRehabilitation

EksoNR is a robotic exoskeleton specifically designed to be used in a rehabilitation setting to progress neurorehab patients so they can walk out of the device and back into their communities. As the first exoskeleton FDA-cleared for acquired brain injury, stroke, multiple sclerosis (MS) and spinal cord injury, EksoNR offers the industry’s most natural gait, re-teaching the brain and muscles how to properly walk again.


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View session-specific walking time, distance, and speed, securely saved to a secure, cloud-based dashboard for easier analytics.


EksoNR helps patients bear only their own weight with proper postural alignment so you can maximize treatment time.


Set training targets and modify assistance levels in real time for each leg, independently, based on patient goals and session feedback.


Customize motor support for various impairment levels, from full assistance to patient-initiated movement, in both swing and stance phases of walking.


Sensors and software continuously monitor and regulate leg movement to minimize compensatory gait patterns.


EksoNR includes PreGait: a suite of programs to help patients balance, weight shift, squat, and step in place before walking.


EksoNR Specifications

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Not all exoskeletons are created equally.

Some exoskeletons are designed to be used as an assistive device for patients with a spinal cord injury and provide 100% of the power needed to walk. Aside from being the only exoskeleton FDA-cleared for ABI and MS, EksoNR also is truly a rehab tool for physical therapists to challenge their patients, requiring active participation known to drive brain plasticity.

“We were able to see immediate impact on the patient’s ability to perform bed mobility, transfers, and independence with all functional activities after one session with the device. This device has greatly improved our patient’s outcomes while decreasing physical assistance required by staff members.”

Duncan Monger, PT, DPT, CBIS
Regional One Health Inpatient Rehabilitation Hospital

“From my own experience, either therapists are physically carrying these patients across the gym at great expense to their own bodies or they’re just not able to mobilize these patients; so many of our patients are very weak and the therapists absorb much because of the burden. The therapists I work with are now able to do so much more using Ekso.”

Dr. Craig DiTommaso, MD, FAAPMR
Medical Director, Kindred Rehabilitation Hospital Northeast Houston

“We went from taking 20 steps with three physical therapists to taking hundreds of steps in a session with one.”

Diane Patzer, DPT
Physical Therapist, Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan

“This equipment enables me and the therapy team to give patients more of a chance to live a better quality of life and reduce their long term disability.”

Dr. Jeffrey Oken, MD
Chief Medical Officer, Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital

“Our reason for choosing to purchase Ekso specifically was to meet the need of being a leader in NeuroRehab in central Ohio. Ekso presented a value proposition to our neurorehab program with a ROI of reducing length of stay, increasing patient satisfaction, and improving outcomes.

Dr. Eric Yap, RN, MS, MHA, CRRN, FACHE
Chief Executive Officer, OhioHealth Rehabilitation Hospital

“We’re finding that patients are progressing far beyond what we’ve ever been able to get them to because we have this means to get people up earlier.”

Dr. Christina Kwasnica, MD
Medical Director, Barrow Neurological Institute

“You can change the parameters within Ekso allowing for more, less, or no resistance… it is revolutionary.”

Amit Mehta, PT, DPT, MBA
Executive Director of Outpatient Rehab Services, University Health System

“Ekso helps us get patients up, out of bed, and ambulatory as soon as possible.”

Dr. Jennifer Cohen, MD
Physician, Alta Bates Summit Medical Center

“EksoNR is the most advanced neuro-rehabilitative exoskeleton available and provides benefits to the largest number of patients recovering from a stroke, spinal cord injury, or acquired brain injury. At Shirley Ryan, we have studied Ekso since the inception and now also use it clinically in our inpatient and outpatient programs.”

Dr. Arun Jayaraman, PT, PhD
Director, Max Näder Center for Rehabilitation Technologies & Outcomes Research, Shirley Ryan AbilityLab

Ekso, if qualified, is a more efficient intervention than the body-weight supported treadmill that we do for ABI patients. In terms of logistical manpower, the control of the quality of the gait pattern and repetition for motor relearning. I do think that Ekso is a good intervention for early mobilization, tapping into neuroplasticity expediently and more successfully.

Edward Cruz, PT, DPT
Physical Therapist, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center


Lead the way in NeuroRehab.

EksoNR promotes proper posture and the most natural gait, so therapists can focus on treatment. The high, rigid back and various progressive modes make Ekso the ideal solution for ABI and stroke patients just beginning to walk and MS patients working on maintaining quality gait mechanics.

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Gait training in Ekso improves functional balance outside of the device in people with motor incomplete SCI.