What is HAL® ?

HAL® stands for “Hybrid Assistive Limb” and is a device that is used in a 3-month therapy program to help patients amplify signals from the brain, thereby training the muscular and nerval structure to a point where independent movement of the legs may - depending on the severity of the injury or disease - become possible. The Lower LimbHAL® Version was approved in December 2015 by the international health organization as a device for medical therapy (medical device certificate CE 0197) and has proven its effectiveness in several studies.

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Neuromuscular biofeedback

The principle of biofeedback is based on the electrical pulse emitted from the motor cortex of the brain and received by the sensor (electrode) transdermally from the muscles...

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Broad spectrum of use

Because HAL® effectively improves the muscle strength of the lower limbs the treatment is dedicated to a wide group of patients with impaired gait...

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Results of HAL® therapy

Already several hundred patients underwent the therapy using the bionic HAL® skeleton. These were patients with incomplete spinal cord injury, after stroke and with different types of muscle diseases...

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What is the course of therapy?

The basis for the start of therapy is a positive result of the first (trial) training. If the trial training was successful and the patient is eligible for the HAL® treatment...

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