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Erigo Pro Patient Mobilization for Early Rehab Clinics

Exoskeleton for rehab direct for early acute care

Your three tangible benefits:

  • Early and safe mobilization, already during acute care
  • Cardiovascular stabilization
  • Improved orthostatic tolerance with the help of Erigo FES (Functional Electrical Stimulation)

Functions and advantages

Everything you need to know about the features and benefits of the Erigo Pro Patient Mobilization for Early Rehab Clinics need to know.


The system enables early and safe mobilization, already in acute care.

Conventional tilt table therapy is a standard treatment procedure in intensive care therapy and is used for early mobilization of neurological patients with sensorimotor impairments. It is also intended to gradually accustom the legs to bear the patient's weight.

Another treatment goal is to establish a physiological step pattern as soon as possible after the incident to promote neuroplasticity and functional health. Consequential damage such as contractures and muscle atrophy should be prevented by an early physiological step pattern.

Erigo Training combines both treatments through a gradual verticalization (0-90°) and the simultaneous use of continuous step-like movements, providing the patient's legs with a variety of movements and loads.

Mobilization of severely impaired patients is very labor intensive.


Primary Targets


  • Improvement of cardiovascular stability especially during verticalization.

Secondary targets


  • Faster motor rehabilitation through intensive sensorimotor stimulation
  • Passive: Triggering the afferent pathways
  • Active-assistive: movement training, gait therapy preparation.
  • Prevention of complications due to immobilization and loss of mobility (e.g., thrombosis, muscle atrophy, contractures, pressure ulcers).
  • Maintain or improve range of motion
  • Increase the level of alertness

Training with the Erigo is possible with neurological, traumatic, cardiovascular, and and postoperative Patients indicated.


To the neurological disorders include:


  • Stroke
  • Spinal cord injury (SCI)
  • Traumatic brain injury (SHT)


The Erigo can even be used in the following clinical situations usually associated with diminished therapeutic options:


  • Permanent urinary catheters
  • Severe spasticity (Modified Ashworth Scale 3, considerable increase in tone - resistance to passive movement).
  • Restricted lung function (e.g. artificial respiration)
  • Patients with impaired consciousness (e.g., no head/torso control).
  • Pediatric patients

The Hocoma Erigo is an advanced motorized tilt table specifically designed for early rehabilitation of patients with neurological diseases or injuries. It allows patients who are unable to stand or walk to perform active movements in an upright position, simulating natural walking patterns. The device can be adjusted to different inclination angles and offers a variety of challenging exercises that help patients recover faster.


The Hocoma Erigo is distinguished by its advanced features, including adjustable leg rests, arm rests and foot plates that can be adjusted to the patient's individual needs. This allows for optimal support and comfort during exercises. In addition, the Erigo has a number of biofeedback and monitoring tools that provide valuable data to therapists. This allows them to accurately track the patient's progress and adjust treatment plans accordingly.


Clinical studies have shown that early mobilization with the Hocoma Erigo can lead to improved functional outcomes and reduced recovery time. This makes the device an indispensable tool in the rehabilitation of patients with neurological diseases or injuries.


The Hocoma Erigo helps patients perform active movements in a vertical position, giving them improved mobility and increased self-confidence. By simulating the natural walking pattern, neural connections in the body are stimulated and progress in rehabilitation is accelerated.


Overall, the Hocoma Erigo is a state-of-the-art and adaptable device that makes an important contribution to the early rehabilitation of patients with neurological diseases or injuries. With its versatile features and use of biofeedback and monitoring tools, it offers an effective and safe way to support the patient on the road to recovery.

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Company information

Facts & Figures

The Lokomat was sold 1,000 times (as of 2022). The Erigo system was sold a total of 418 times by 2022, including to Schön Klinik. The company was founded in 1996 and maintains more than 100 employees

Company address

  • Hocoma AG
  • Industrial road 4
  • Volketswil
  • 8604 CH

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