Indego Exoskeleton: robotic stroke rehab at Allied Services

Indego Exoskeleton: robotic stroke rehab at Allied Services

In 2019, Allied Services proudly introduced patients to the Indego, a powered exoskeleton worn around the waist and legs which allows therapists to offer over-ground gait therapy. The Indego can be beneficial for a range of neurological conditions or spinal cord injury. 

Sophisticated motors in the hip and knee joints, combined with advanced sensors and an intuitive software system empower patients to stand and walk over a variety of indoor and outdoor surfaces. Indego’s lightweight, modular, and quick-adjust design allows clinicians to offer intensive gait therapy, custom-tailored to patients across the entire continuum of care – from inpatient facilities to in-home sessions and everything in between.

Learn how the Indego helped one patient at Allied Services following their injury.

people using walking device

Individualized Stroke Therapy

With Indego Therapy’s modular hardware and customizable software suites, patient therapy sessions can be tailored to the individual’s specific needs and impairments and can be adjusted to match their progress and changing gait performance across the continuum of care. Indego® Therapy enables individualized gait therapy for patients with lower extremity weakness or paralysis (such as complete/incomplete spinal cord injury and stroke).

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Task-specific Gait Training for Stroke Patients

Indego offers over-ground gait training on various surfaces allowing clinicians to provide intensive gait therapy, custom-tailored to patients across the continuum of care, based on motor learning principles.

Learn about stroke rehab at Allied Services. 

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