IMT’s modular, “gym-of-robots” systems approach to neurorehabilitation is the only system designed to optimize the use of robotics for neurorehabilitation in a manner that is consistent with the latest clinical research and neuroscience, taking into account the latest understandings on motor learning interference and motor memory consolidation.
- Large “VA Robotics” RCT utilized InMotion Robots
- Results published in the New England Journal of Medicine
- Cost effective
- Patented Assist as Needed™ technology and backdriveable robotic hardware allow InMotion Robots to be fully interactive, highly compliant, precise, and safe when interacting with patients, emulating the traditional hand-on-hand therapist-patient interaction.
- Intensive: Over 1000 movements per therapy session
IMT has expanded its installed base to more than 200 devices at leading academic and community hospitals all over the world.
Following a 2 day in-house training, facilities are able to start utilizing InMotion Robots for both inpatient and outpatient settings.
1 “Robot-Assisted Therapy for Long-Term Upper-Limb Impairment After Stroke.” The New England Journal of Medicine May 13, 2010.
2 “An Economic Analysis of Robot-Assisted Therapy for Long-Term Upper-Limb Impairment After Stroke.” Stroke 2011, 42:2630-2632.
3 US Pat 5,466,213.