Discover the Top Medical Exoskeleton Companies Redefining Rehabilitation

Published: December 2023


Medical exoskeletons have emerged as a transformative tool in the field of rehabilitation. Initially developed for military personnel and industrial workers, exoskeleton technology has now established a strong foothold in the healthcare industry. Several commercialized devices offer invaluable support to individuals with mobility impairments, enabling them to regain independence and improve their quality of life. By providing structured assistance in standing, walking, and performing daily activities, exoskeletons contribute to the physical and psychological well-being of patients. We analyzed more than 200 medical exoskeletons, developed by nearly 100 companies across the world which claim to possess the necessary technical expertise. In this article, we discover the top medical exoskeleton companies.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), more than one billion individuals across the globe are affected by various neurological disorders. As per the estimates of University of Florida Health, approximately 2.8 million people in the US suffer traumatic brain injury, while 800,000 cases of stroke and 17,000 incidents of spinal cord injuries are reported every year. Such medical events are debilitating and become the cause of motor impairments, affecting either the entire body or localized muscles (hemiplegia, paraplegia and quadriplegia) of the individuals. In order to augment physical movements, fix sedentary lifestyle and decrease the in-patient hospital costs, several ambulatory options, such as wheelchairs, crutches, walkers and other orthotic devices are widely being used. However, these solutions are temporary and simply not transformative; this means that they do not allow a person with disability to attain a level of mobility performance that is comparable to their non-disabled peer. Moreover, a lifetime use of such mobility aids puts the patient at the risk of developing several secondary medical complications, such as pressure sores, bowel and bladder function problem and urinary tract infection, thereby leading to reduced Quality of Life (QoL). In order to address the inadequacy of existing solutions, medical exoskeletons have emerged as advantageous rehabilitation tools that use sensors and, in most cases, actuation technologies (motors, pneumatics, levers, or hydraulics) to restore locomotion of the upper and / or lower body. Furthermore, these exoskeletons for humans play a crucial role in gait training, helping individuals relearn proper walking patterns and gradually regain motor skills. The promise of muscle strengthening and the potential to reduce secondary health issues associated with immobility make medical exoskeletons a beacon of hope for those on their journey to recovery, offering newfound confidence and motivation along the way. Indeed, the realm of robotics is experiencing a surge of innovation with breakthroughs such as collaborative robots, exoskeletons, medical drones, autonomous vehicles, and AI-powered prosthetics, all promising to reshape various industries and improve the quality of life.

Roots Analysis has conducted an exhaustive study on Global Exoskeleton Market , featuring the current market landscape and future opportunities for medical exoskeletons. In addition to medical exoskeletons, the scope of the report includes military, industrial and consumer exoskeletons as well. However, this article focuses on the leading medical exoskeleton companies to watch out for.

Top 20 Exoskeleton Companies

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Below, we have listed (in alphabetical order), the top 20  exoskeleton companies, shortlisted based on the number of exoskeletons in their portfolio as well as the specifications / features of their exoskeleton technology / products. It is essential to note that the selection of top exoskeleton companies can differ substantially according to the defined criteria.

Company    Year of Establishment                     Headquarters     Employee Count          
Bionic Yantra 2017 Bionic Yantra-headquarter 2-10
CYBERDYNE 2004 CYBERDYNE-headquarter 51-200
Ekso Bionics 2005 Ekso Bionics-headquarter 51-200
ExoAtlet 2014 ExoAtlet-headquarter 51-200
Fourier Intelligence 2015 Fourier Intelligence-headquarter 11-50
Gloreha 2004 Gloreha-headquarter 11-50
Guangzhou Yikang Medical Equipment 2000 Guangzhou Yikang-headquarter 101-500
Hexar Humancare 2011 Hexar Humancare-headquarter 11-50
Hocoma 2000 Hocoma-headquarter 51-200
MediTouch 2004 MediTouch-headquarter 11-50
Milebot Robotics 2016 Milebot Robotics-headquarter 2-10
Mayoma 2004 Myomo-headquarter 51-200
Neofect 2010 Neofect-headquarter 51-200
NextStep Robotics 2017 NextStep Robotics-headquarter 2-10
ReWalk Robotics 2001 ReWalk Robotics-headquarter 51-200
REX Bionics 2007 REX-Bionics-headquarter 11-50
Roam Robotics 2012 Roam Robotics-headquarter 11-50
Trexo Robotics 2016 Trexo Robotics-headquarter 11-50
Tyromotion 2007 Tyromotion-headquarter 51-200
U&O Technologies 2016 U&O Technologies-headquarter 1,001-5,000

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The section below provides details on the first 10 medical exoskeleton companies (listed above). Kindly note that detailed profiles of all the aforementioned medical exoskeleton companies, along with information on their financials, product portfolio and recent developments and future outlook, is available in the full report.

With the Integration of AI, ML, IoT to its Portfolio, Bionic Yantra Focuses on Offering Individualized Rehabilitation Therapy to Patients at Reasonable Costs

Bionic Yantra - Exoskeleton Companies

Bionic Yantra is a robotics company dedicated to the development and manufacturing of medical exoskeletons for individuals with locomotor disabilities as well as for elderly population. The primary objective of the company is to facilitate early mobilization of patients with neurological, and orthopedic disorders through their two flagship exoskeletons, namely Robotic Exoskeleton Assisted Rehabilitation Systems (REARS), and Wearable Robotic Exoskeleton. REARS is intended to be used to accelerate rehabilitation in patients that have undergone surgery, whereas the Wearable Robotic Exoskeleton, an investigational product assists individuals to independently perform daily life activities, at home / community settings. It is important to highlight that the company integrates Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine Learning (ML) into their products to automate measurement of patients’ progress through cloud storage for enhanced transparency and documentation. In fact, the company has signed 3-year MoU with International Institute of Information Technology, Bangalore (IIITB) to jointly embark research endeavors in this domain by integrating machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI) and other advanced techniques into their product portfolio. Further, in May 2019, Bionic Yantra collaborated with EverestIMS Technologies to incorporate the latter company’s IoT platform into Bionic Yantra's REARS.1 This integration of Everest's IoT platform enabled hospitals to gain more profound insights from data collected from individuals with disabilities.

The table below lists the medical exoskeletons offered by Bionic Yantra.

Products Offered Specifications
Robotic Exoskeleton Assisted Rehabilitation Systems (REARS) Mode of Operation: Powered
Form of Exoskeleton: Rigid
Body Part Covered: Full Body
Wearable Robotic Exoskeleton  Mode of Operation: Powered
Form of Exoskeleton: Rigid
Body Part Covered: Full Body

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With an Aim to Expand the Adoption of its HAL Exoskeletons, CYBERDYNE is Amongst the Exoskeleton Companies that Follow a Rental and Service Based Business Model

CYBERDYNE - Exoskeleton Companies

CYBERDYNE, a venture of University of Tsukuba, is a Japan based company focused on cybernetic technology encompassing human, robot, and AI / information systems. The firm operates on two business model; first is business-to-business (B2B) which offers product rentals to corporations, and the second is business-to-consumer (B2C), which provides functional improvement services known as Neuro HALFIT to individuals through company’s Robocare Centers.

The table below lists the medical exoskeletons offered by CYBERDYNE.

Products Offered Specifications
HAL Lower Limb Mode of Operation: Powered
Form of Exoskeleton: Rigid
Body Part Covered: Lower Body 
HAL Lumbar Support  Mode of Operation: Powered
Form of Exoskeleton: Rigid
Body Part Covered: Upper Body (with leg attachment)
HAL Single Joint Support  Mode of Operation: Powered
Form of Exoskeleton: Rigid
Type of Body Part Covered: Single Joint Either of Lower or Upper Body

Recent Developments:

  • August 2023: The company participated at SPORTEC 2023, held in Tokyo, Japan. 
  • April 2023: The company participated at G7 Digital and Tech Ministers, held in Takasaki, Japan.
  • January 2023: The company attended The International Society for Optical Engineering (SPIE) conference and exhibition, held in San Francisco, US.
  • August 2022: The company announced the opening of Saitama Robocare Center in Japan; it is the 17th center offering Neuro HALFIT to visitors with reduced physical function and disabilities. 
  • August 2022: The company partnered with Shoko Doda to open Saitama Robocare Center in Saitama, Japan. 
  • February 2022: The company partnered with Miharu to introduce "HAL with Motto Mates," a joint service that integrates the offerings of both companies, wherein Miharu's staff visits homes of the subscribers that have signed for HAL at Home
  • July 2022: The company announced partnership with Lifescapes to expand its product offerings to various rehabilitation centers.

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Ekso Bionics’s Business Segment, EksoHealth, is Driving the Company’s Growth in the Rehabilitation Market

Ekso Bionics - Exoskeleton Companies

Ekso Bionics, formerly known as Berkeley Bionics, is a US-based company actively engaged in the design, development, and marketing of wearable exoskeleton technology.  It operates through two distinct business segments, namely EskoHealth and EskoWorks. EskoHealth focuses on offering exoskeletons to provide rehabilitation aid to patients. On the other hand, EskoWorks develops assistive tools for individuals without disabilities to reduce fatigue and promote overall productivity. The company generated revenues worth USD 4.1 million in Q1 2023. It is worth highlighting that the firm reported a 61% hike in revenues generated in the first quarter of 2023, as compared to the quarterly financial results of the previous year. Further, it is interesting to note that EksoHealth accounted for 92% of the total revenues generated in 2022. It can be primarily attributed to the multi-unit orders and acquisition of Indego product line from Parker Hannifin

The table below lists the medical exoskeletons offered by Ekso Bionics.

Products Offered Specifications
EksoNR Mode of Operation: Powered
Form of Exoskeleton: Rigid
Body Part Covered: Lower Body (with trunk support)
Integrated Software: SmartAssist, EksoPulse, PreGait and eksoView
Ekso Indego Mode of Operation: Powered
Form of Exoskeleton: Rigid
Body Part Covered: Lower Body
Integrated Software: Ekso Indego Therapy+ software and Ekso Indego Motion+ software
Ekso Indego Personal  Mode of Operation: Powered
Form of Exoskeleton: Rigid
Body Part Covered: Lower Body
Integrated Software: Ekso Indego Therapy+ software and Ekso Indego Motion+ software

Recent Developments:

  • April 2023: The company hosted a webinar titled Introduction to Ekso Indego Therapy and Ekso Indego Personal Devices. 
  • February 2023: The company participated in American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting (APTA CSM), held in California, US. 
  • December 2022:The company acquired Human Motion and Control (HMC) Business Unit from Parker Hannifin Corporation to expand its products to home.  
  • December 2022: The company partnered with Vanderbilt University as a key commercial and research partner.

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ExoAtlet Emphasizes on the Effectiveness of ExoRehab, a Program Integrating Training with its Exoskeletons Along with Other Rehabilitation Methods

ExoAtlet - Exoskeleton Companies

ExoAtlet, a Luxembourg based company is engaged in the development and manufacturing of recovery devices which includes exoskeletons for both children as well as elderly population. These are integrated with ExoCloud, a real-time reporting program capturing data on patient training sessions. The company aims to build a technology-driven ecosystem, known as the ExoRehabilitation, to benefit patients in Europe and Asia. Under this program, patients who are unable to visit a hospital may opt for home-based training supervised by mobile teams. Further, the program initiates in the hospital post-stabilization of patients in intensive care, followed by outpatient sessions multiple times a week at medical facilities. It is interesting to note that the company recently organized the Annual International Symposium on ExoRehabilitation to spread awareness about its program.

The table below lists the medical exoskeletons offered by ExoAtlet.

Products Offered Specifications
ExoAtlet I Mode of Operation: Powered
Form of Exoskeleton: Soft / Exosuit
Body Part Covered: Upper Body
ExoAtlet II Mode of Operation: Powered
Form of Exoskeleton: Rigid
Body Part Covered: Lower Body (with trunk support)
ExoAtlet Bambini  Mode of Operation: Hybrid
Form of Exoskeleton: Rigid
Body Part Covered: Full Body
ExoGranny  Mode of Operation: Hybrid
Form of Exoskeleton: Soft / Exosuit
Body Part Covered: Full Body
ExoEffect  Mode of Operation: Hybrid
Form of Exoskeleton: Rigid
Body Part Covered: Lower Body

Recent Developments:

  • January 2023:The company attended Arab Health, held in Dubai, UAE. 
  • October 2022:The company expanded its existing infrastructure by the addition of Romatem Centre to enable patients undergo rehabilitation course with ExoAtlet in Kocaeli, Tokyo
  • March 2022:The company hosted webinar titled Neurointerfaces and Neurorehabilitation: From Basic Science to Practical Application.

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Fourier Intelligence Strategically Expands Globally Through Inking Partnerships with Industry and Non-Industry Players across Multiple Countries

Fourier Intelligence - Exoskeleton Companies

Fourier Intelligence is a Singapore based company that leverages its expertise in robotics and artificial intelligence to offer various types of exoskeleton technologies for effective upper body rehabilitation. According to the company website, they have already installed 900 units of their devices in 50 countries, worldwide. Furthermore, their ArmMotus EMU 3D upper body rehabilitation robot has won Japan Good Design Award and Red Dot Design Award in 2022.

The table below lists the medical exoskeletons offered by Fourier Intelligence.

Products Offered Specifications
ArmMotus M2 Gen Mode of Operation: Hybrid
Form of Exoskeleton: Soft / Exosuit
Body Part Covered: Upper Body 
Integrated Software: Force Feedback and Kinematic Technology and RehabHub
ArmMotus M2 Pro Mode of Operation: Hybrid
Form of Exoskeleton: Soft / Exosuit
Body Part Covered: Upper Body
Integrated Software: Force Feedback Technology and RehabHub 
ArmMotus EMU Mode of Operation: Hybrid
Form of Exoskeleton: Soft / Exosuit
Body Part Covered: Full Body
Integrated Software: Force Feedback Technology and RehabHub
WristMotus M1-W Mode of Operation: Hybrid
Form of Exoskeleton: Soft / Exosuit
Body Part Covered: Upper Body
Integrated Software: Force Feedback Technology and RehabHub
HandyRehab Mode of Operation: Hybrid
Form of Exoskeleton: Soft / Exosuit
Body Part Covered: Upper Body
Integrated Software: Force Feedback Technology and RehabHub
ExoMotus M4 Mode of Operation: Powered
Form of Exoskeleton: Rigid
Body Part Covered: Lower Body (with trunk support)
Integrated Software: Force Feedback Technology and RehabHub
AnkleMotus M1-A Mode of Operation: Hybrid
Form of Exoskeleton: Soft / Exosuit
Body Part Covered: Lower Body
Integrated Software: Force Feedback Technology and RehabHub
CycleMotus B2L Mode of Operation: Hybrid
Form of Exoskeleton: Soft / Exosuit
Body Part Covered: Upper Body
Integrated Software: Force Feedback Technology and RehabHub
CycleMotus A4 Mode of Operation: Hybrid
Form of Exoskeleton: Soft / Exosuit
Body Part Covered: Lower Body
Integrated Software: Force Feedback Technology and RehabHub
CycleMotus H1 Mode of Operation: Hybrid
Form of Exoskeleton: Soft / Exosuit
Body Part Covered: Full Body
Integrated Software: Force Feedback Technology and RehabHub

Recent Developments:

  • August 2023: Fourier Intelligence launched an advanced rehabilitation center in Malaysia.3
  • June 2023: The medical exoskeleton company announced strategic partnership with WQ Park Health & Rehabilitation Centre (WQ Park) to further advance its rehabilitation technology.  
  • March 2023: The company signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Flinders University to improve their research on medical robotics and assess the feasibility of ExoMotus exoskeleton for people with severe gait impairment post-stroke.  
  • February 2023: The company signed a MoU with John Hopkins Aramco Healthcare to extend the reach of its products to the Middle East region. In the same month, the company signed another MoU with Bond University to further optimize and advance the implementation, integration, and adoption of rehabilitation technology.

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Gloreha is Amongst the Exoskeleton Companies Leveraging its Exoskeletons Integrated with Cognitive Games to Achieve Functional Mobilization of Arms, Hands and Wrists in Patients

Gloreha - Exoskeleton Companies

Gloreha originated as a result of a collaboration between Idrogenet, an Italian company, with  numerous  universities, research centers, and several physiatrists based in Italy. The medical exoskeleton company focuses on motor rehabilitation of the upper limb and neurocognitive recovery of patients in hospitals and rehabilitation centers worldwide. Their cutting-edge upper limb devices encompass a wide spectrum of applications, catering to the needs of bedridden patients as well as offering telerehabilitation for patients recovering at home. Additionally, these devices are equipped with advanced software technology enabling interactive games and action observation therapy (AOT), specifically designed for neurocognitive training. The company claims to treat over 10,000 patients each year.

The table below lists the medical exoskeletons offered by Gloreha.

Products Offered Specifications
Aria Mode of Operation: Powered
Form of Exoskeleton: Rigid
Body Part Covered: Upper Body
Integrated Software:  Gloreha Software
AIDA Mode of Operation: Powered
Form of Exoskeleton: Soft / Exosuit
Body Part Covered: Upper Body
Integrated Software: Eye Tracker Technology and Gloreha Software 
Concerto Mode of Operation: Powered
Form of Exoskeleton: Soft / Exosuit
Body Part Covered: Upper Body
Integrated Software: Gloreha Software
Crescendo Mode of Operation: Passive
Form of Exoskeleton: Soft / Exosuit
Body Part Covered: Upper Body
Integrated Software: Gloreha Software
Maestro Mode of Operation: Passive
Form of Exoskeleton: Soft / Exosuit
Body Part Covered: Upper Body
Integrated Software: Gloreha Software
Sinfonia Mode of Operation: Powered
Form of Exoskeleton: Soft / Exosuit
Body Part Covered: Upper Body
Integrated Software: Gloreha Software

Recent Developments:

  • September 2023: The company presented at Rehacare, held in Dusseldorf, Germany. 
  • August 2023: The company presented at European Congress of Neurorehabilitation (ECNR), held in Lyon, France. 
  • May 2023: The company presented at Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair (NRNR) Congress, held in Maastricht, Netherlands and at Therapie Leipzig, held in Leipzig, Germany.

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Guangzhou Yikang Caters to Diverse Patient Needs Through Upper Body and Lower Body Exoskeletons Integrated with a Combination of Passive and Active Training Modes Implemented in a Virtual Simulated Environment

Guangzhou Yikang - Exoskeleton Companies

Guangzhou Yikang is a China based company that focuses on independent research, development and production of diverse range of products, including upper limb rehabilitation robots, lower limb rehabilitation robots, gait exoskeleton robots, and hand function rehabilitation robots. It claims to have more than 100 honors, including patents, software products, and software copyrights.

The table below lists the medical exoskeletons offered by Guangzhou Yikang.

Products Offered Specifications
AI Upper Limb Intelligent Feedback Training System A2-2 Mode of Operation: Powered
Form of Exoskeleton: Rigid
Body Part Covered: Upper Body
Hand function training and evaluation system A4 Mode of Operation: Powered
Form of Exoskeleton: Soft / Exosuit
Body Part Covered: Upper Body 
Integrated Software: Computer simulation technology 
Three-dimensional upper limb rehabilitation robot A6-2 Mode of Operation: Hybrid
Form of Exoskeleton: Rigid
Body Part Covered: Upper Body
AI Lower Limb Intelligent Feedback Training System A1-3 Mode of Operation: Powered
Form of Exoskeleton: Rigid
Body Part Covered: Lower Body
Children's lower limb intelligent feedback training system C1 Mode of Operation: Powered
Form of Exoskeleton: Rigid
Body Part Covered: Full Body
Gait training and evaluation system A3-2 Mode of Operation: Powered
Form of Exoskeleton: Rigid
Body Part Covered: Full Body
Weight loss gait trainer YK-7000A3 Mode of Operation: Powered
Form of Exoskeleton: Soft / Exosuit
Body Part Covered: Full Body

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Venture Funding Backs Research, Development, and Marketing of HEXAR Humancare’s Wearable Exoskeletons

Hexar Humancare - Exoskeleton Companies

Hexar Humancare is a South Korean company that emerged from Robotics Engineering Lab of Haiyang University in Seoul. According to the company website, the company claims to be first in South Korea to initiate clinical studies for wearable robots. The company combines robot technology with artificial intelligence (AI) and big data technologies to enable on-demand rehabilitation treatment. Additionally, it provides rental services for its all products. It is worth mentioning that the company was awarded with Korea Robot Company of the Year in year 2021. Further, in May 2022, HEXAR Humancare raised KRW 3 billion in venture funding from returning investors BNH Investment and POSCO Capital.

The table below lists the medical exoskeletons offered by Hexar Humancare.

Products Offered Specifications
Resilion K20P / K20W Mode of Operation: Powered
Form of Exoskeleton: Rigid
Body Part Covered: Lower Body 
Integrated Software: Anthropomorphic Joint Technology, Wearable Robot Control Technology
Resilion K30A Mode of Operation: Powered
Form of Exoskeleton: Rigid
Body Part Covered: Lower Body (with trunk support)
Integrated Software: Anthropomorphic Joint Technology, Wearable Robot Control Technology
Resilion U30A Mode of Operation: Powered
Form of Exoskeleton: Rigid
Body Part Covered: Upper Body
Integrated Software: Anthropomorphic Joint Technology, Wearable Robot Control Technology
Hector H30A Mode of Operation: Powered
Form of Exoskeleton: Rigid
Body Part Covered: Upper Body (with leg attachment)
Integrated Software: Anthropomorphic Joint Technology, Wearable Robot Control Technology

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Hocoma’s Newly Launched Exoskeleton Receives CE Marking and Completes FDA Listing

Hocoma - Exoskeleton Companies

Hocoma, a spin-off from the Swiss University Hospital Balgrist, is a Switzerland based company specialized in the field of robotics and sensor-based rehabilitation by offering medical wearable exoskeleton technology  to patients for movement rehabilitation. In 2016, the company merged with DIH International to provide advanced rehabilitation solutions worldwide. According to the company’s website, their products are available in over 70 countries by its network of distributors operating in North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa and Middle East.  It is interesting to note that Hocoma’s product Andago has been awarded with “German Innovation Award” in 2018.

The table below lists the medical exoskeletons offered by Hocoma.

Products Offered Specifications
Armeo Spring Pro Mode of Operation: Hybrid
Form of Exoskeleton: Rigid
Body Part Covered: Upper Body
Integrated Software: TrueG technology
ArmeoSpring Pediatric Mode of Operation: Passive
Form of Exoskeleton: Rigid
Body Part Covered: Upper Body
Integrated Software: Armeocontrol software
ArmeoSenso Mode of Operation: Powered
Form of Exoskeleton: Rigid
Body Part Covered: Upper Body
Software Integrated: Armeocontrol software and Augmented Performance Feedback
LokomatNanos Mode of Operation: Powered
Form of Exoskeleton: Rigid
Body Part Covered: Lower Body
Integrated Software: Armeocontrol software and Augmented Performance Feedback
Lokomat Pro Motivation and Sensation Mode of Operation: Powered
Form of Exoskeleton: Rigid
Body Part Covered: Lower Body
Integrated Software: Armeocontrol software and Augmented Performance Feedback
ArmeoPower Mode of Operation: Powered
Form of Exoskeleton: Rigid
Body Part Covered: Upper Body
Integrated Software: Armeocontrol software and Augmented Performance Feedback
Erigo Mode of Operation: Powered
Form of Exoskeleton: Rigid
Body Part Covered: Full Body
Andago V2.0 Mode of Operation: Hybrid
Form of Exoskeleton: Soft / Exosuit
Body Part Covered: Lower Body

Recent Developments:

  • October 2023: Hocoma’s Latest Innovation, ArmeoSpring Pro officially received the CE Mark and completed FDA listing. ArmeoSpring Pro is an upper body exoskeleton which caters to both pediatric and adult patients.4
  • September 2023: The company attended Rehab Week 2023, held in Singapore. 
  • June 2023: The company attended 17th International Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine (ISPRM) World Congress, held in Colombia, US.

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MediTouch’s Biofeedback Devices Offer Telerehabilitation Benefits to Patients

MediTouch - Exoskeleton Companies

MediTouch, is engaged in offering innovative rehabilitation solutions to improve patients’ lower and upper extremity functional movement abilities. The company’s exoskeleton product portfolio is based on motion capture software which determines the patients’ joint positions, and motion speed allowing virtual functional training of single and multi-joints. The company launched its first product HandTutor in 2008, designed to facilitate rehabilitation of the hand. Since then, it has introduced several products, including ArmTutor, LegTutor and 3DTutor which allow single and multi-joints training for hospital and home use. Additionally, MediTouch has developed the innovative MediTutor software that allows for telerehabilitation. With this technology, therapists can connect to the patient through a webcam which enables regular check-ins to guide exercise sessions.

The table below lists the medical exoskeletons offered by MediTouch.

Products Offered Specifications
HandTutor Mode of Operation: Powered
Form of Exoskeleton: Soft / Exo-suit
Body Part Covered: Upper Body
ArmTutor Mode of Operation: Powered
Form of Exoskeleton: Rigid
Body Part Covered: Upper Body
3DTutor Mode of Operation: Powered
Form of Exoskeleton: Soft / Exo-suit
Body Part Covered: Upper Body
LegTutor Mode of Operation: Powered
Form of Exoskeleton: Soft / Exo-suit
Body Part Covered: Lower Body

It is interesting to note that ReWalk Robotics, another leading medical exoskeleton company, is the exclusive distributor of MediTouch’s exoskeletons, in the US. 
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What About the Other Medical Exoskeleton Companies?

The above presentation features ten promising medical exoskeleton companies selected from a pool of nearly 100 firms that we have compiled. If you're interested, you can download the Sample Report  on this topic by Roots Analysis. For personalized assistance in identifying the most relevant solutions based on your specific criteria, please don't hesitate to reach out to us at sales@rootsanalysis.com.

About Author

Jasparam Kaur

Jasparam Kaur, a senior business analyst, has been a pivotal member of the Roots Analysis team since 2020.  She has consistently showcased her expertise in crafting insightful and top-notch quality market research reports across various niche and mature segments within the healthcare industry. Her analytical skills are truly adept, and her unwavering attention to detail is her hallmark. Beyond her work on syndicate market research reports, Jasparam has successfully undertaken various challenging consulting projects for esteemed firms. Her involvement spans from shaping project proposals to defining precise project requirements, devising rigorous methodologies, and ultimately, finding solutions to complex business challenges. During her journey at Roots Analysis, she honed a diverse range of technical skills in data analysis. Her expertise encompasses areas such as forecasting and opportunity assessment, competitive analysis and a variety of other quantitative, qualitative and strategic frameworks tailored to deliver valuable insights for the drugs, medical devices, and service-based markets.

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