Myomo® has developed a robotic brace that can play a significant role in stroke rehabilitation. This personal robot can help you learn how to move your arm again. Myomo’s stroke rehabilitation technology was developed in conjunction with the world-renowned MIT and Harvard Medical School. Myomo is pioneering development and commercialization of non-invasive NeuroRobotics.
NeuroRobotics is a new category of medical device technology designed to enable individuals to self initiate and control movement of partially paralyzed limbs using their own biological signals. The Myomo e100 NeuroRobotic System is designed to be used by stroke patients to facilitate and improve motor control.
Device/Component ManufacturerRobotic braces, neurorobotics
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