Neuromuscular biofeedback

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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. It is amplified in the HAL® system, which in turn activates the areas responsible for movement control and locomotion. During HAL® therapy, impulses from the muscles of the lower limbs sent to the brain are more active and enhance the effect of biofeedback and therapeutic advances.

Principles of HAL® therapy Broad spectrum of use