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Our solutions are aimed at patients with gait and balance impairments, arm and hand impairments, and lower back pain.

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Hocoma: Defining Rehabilitation of Tomorrow

Frustrated with the inefficient manual gait therapy of the early 1990s, a young engineering student decided to build a robot to do the heavy lifting as well as the movement of the impaired legs. That robot turned into the first Lokomat, a globally successful rehabilitation device that spawned an entire company. “Success stories spur us on” In the early 1990s, Gery Colombo was conducting functional gait therapy at the Balgrist University Hospital in Zurich as a part of his doctoral studies….
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