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Robotic exoskeletons

Unrestricted freedom of movement and the feeling of being able to be mobile are decisive factors for autonomy and independence. Nevertheless, many people do not experience this as a matter of course, but are restricted in precisely this due to accidents or chronic illnesses.

Robotic exoskeletons provide a new method of therapy. Have you ever heard of them? Read more in arcoro SNAPS on the topic of “Human-machine interaction through robotic exoskeletons”.

Facts at a glance

Around 2.8 million people worldwide live with a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis and are thus confronted with numbness in the extremities, gait and balance disorders. Robotic exoskeletons are to support the therapy.

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Anne Plonz

Business Analyst
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Phone: +4915156319362

Email: plonz@arcoro.de

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