Powering people forward
Ekso Indego has been developed in close coordination with clinicians and patients. Although the benefits of Ekso Indego hold great promise for its use in therapy and at home, we are committed to providing the most usable and effective exoskeleton device, backed by substantial research.
Ekso Indego Therapy
Ekso Indego® Therapy is an adjustable, lower-limb powered exoskeleton that can be custom-sized and perfectly fitted to patients in less than five minutes. A comprehensive software suite further enhances training sessions by providing a variety of options, settings, and analytics on patient and device performance that therapists can use to improve treatment plans in real-time. The Ekso Indego Therapy enables therapists to deliver task specific, over-ground, and individualized gait training.
Ekso Indego Therapy enables individualized gait therapy for patients with lower extremity weakness or paralysis (such as complete/incomplete spinal cord injury and stroke). Ekso Indego’s lightweight, modular, and quick-adjust design allows clinicians to offer intensive gait therapy, custom-tailored to patients across the entire continuum of care from inpatient facilities to in-home sessions and everything in between.
HOME & COMMUNITY
Ekso Indego Personal
Ekso Indego Personal 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 Personal 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 gait impaired individuals 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.
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