Robotic Rehabilitation

How Can It Help?

Rehabilitation robots help people recovering from stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury and other neurological disorders.
It enhances the therapist’s ability to drive repetition to trigger patient’s brain neuroplasticity, improve the recovery rate and restore motor function.

In the last two decade, robotics devices ae increasing being applied by clinician with the goal of boosting patients recovery outcomes. Robotic Devices can be either in the forms of wearable motorised exoskeletal frame that enables the wearer to move their leg or hand.

Robotic rehabilitation is now widely used for the patients with neurological disorders, where it is often provided in a variety of different fashions, depending on the specific function to be restored. In fact, the effect of robot-aided neurorehabilitation can be maximized when used in combination with a proper and personalized treatment program.

Lower Limb - Keeogo

Proudly invented by B-Temia, Canada.
A unique class of exoskeleton for rehab and community use.

The Science behind
Our DermoskeletonTM technology reduces muscoloskeletal stress on the body structure by increasing biomechanical energy and supporting the joints. So as to achieve the purpose of restoring, maintaining and enhancing the biomechanical function.

How does Keeogo help?
Keeogo is intended to provide mobility, stability and complementary knee strength to assist ambulatory activities such as:

  • Walking gait
  • Sit-to-stand and stand-to-sit
  • Squatting, crouching, kneeling
  • Stair climbing, jumping, running
  • Users must actively initiate movement for Keeogo to provide assistance.


    Training with Keeogo can benefit those with conditions that limit mobility such as:

  • Stroke
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Spinal Cord Injury
  • Knee Osteoarthritis
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Parkinson's disease
  • Musculoskeletal Injuries
  • Myositis
  • Muscular Dystrophy
  • Upper limb - Mirror Hand

    Proudly invented by Rehabotics Medical Technology Corporation, Taiwan
    Exclusive innovation for hand recovery

    The Science Behind
    The exoskeleton Mirror Hand applies sensing technology so that patients can guide the affected hand using their healthy hand to perform mirror therapy or bimanual rehabilitation; Mirror Hand allows patients to manipulate objects as small objects as a screw.

    How does Mirror Hand help?
    Mirror Hand combines passive continuous motion (CPM) and bilateral training mechanisms to assist the patient’s finger joint rehabilitation, and the patient can autonomously switch into different rehabilitation modes when performing hand rehabilitation, including a mirror-huided mode and passive mode.

    Training with Mirror Hand can benefit those with conditions that limit mobility such as:

    • Stroke
    • Traumatic Brain Injury
    • Spinal Cord Injury
    • Musculoskeletal Injuries
    • Post surgical hand condition