Ekso Indego Personal


Medicare Update: Ekso Indego Personal

As of April 2024, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) finalized a Medicare reimbursement rate for Ekso Indego Personal, which the Agency previously confirmed fits within the “brace” category benefit for Medicare coverage. 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. Contact us using the form below to learn more so you and your health care provider can decide whether the Ekso Indego Personal might be right for you.

Pursue your exoskeleton


What is the process of getting an Ekso Indego through Medicare?

1. Phone Evaluation
A phone evaluation with our Care Coordinator Specialist to determine whether you are a candidate for the Ekso Indego Personal exoskeleton
2. Speak with Your Doctor
Make sure your healthcare provider thinks Ekso Indego is right for you*
3. Trial
A physical trial of Ekso Indego Personal to ensure the device is appropriate and fits comfortably
4. Medical Record Collection
Your physician and care team collect medical records and paperwork
5. Training
Determine where you and your support person(s) will train on Ekso Indego
6. Get Your Device
Receive your personal exoskeleton for home and community use

*Medical eligibility is determined on a case-by-case basis.


Why Ekso Indego?

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, disassemble it for easy transport, and don the device in most wheelchairs. At just 29 lb (13 kg), Ekso Indego is the lightest exoskeleton available offering ease of handling, transportation, and storage. Our exoskeleton also enables individuals to walk at community speeds and is the fastest available exoskeleton.

Key Features:

  • Modular design for easy transportation
  • Improves cardio & bone density
  • Lightest exoskeleton
  • Enjoy eye-level conversations again
  • iOS app on your phone that shows real-time stats on your activity

The thing I love most about an exoskeleton is the ability to stand and walk and look someone straight in the face while talking.

Jim Dahlin

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.

Contact us here to learn more.

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