Hand-free exoskeleton for rehab
Everything you need to know about the features and benefits of the Rex Bionics hand-free exoskeleton for rehabilitation need to know.
REX allows patients to participate in a series of assisted walking and stretching exercises designed by specialized physical therapists to achieve rehabilitation goals. By participating in robotic standing positions and assisted walking and stretching exercises, patients can benefit from REX and achieve their rehabilitation goals.
REX does not require crutches, leaving arms free for upper body exercises and activities of daily living and providing access for a wide range of patients.
Wheelchair users run the risk of developing numerous medical complications from sitting for long periods of time.
The Rex makes it possible to spend more time standing, walking and doing sports activities.
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Rex Bionics received a total of $1M in funding in 1 round. This was a Series A round raised on July 6, 2012. Rex Bionics is registered under the ticker LSE:RXB. Rex Bionics is funded by Sante Ventures.
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