A Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis with Cyberdyne Robotics

The use of The Wearable Cyborg™ Hybrid Assistive Limb (HAL) in cybernetic therapy helps enhance mobility in individuals with slowly progressing rare neuromuscular conditions such as Multiple Sclerosis.

Basic Function of Cyberdyne HAL®
The Cyberdyne robot is specially created to assist individuals who have lost the ability to use their lower limbs in rediscovering the pleasure of walking. It utilizes HAL® (Hybrid Assistive Limb) technology to interpret the patient’s intentions and facilitate leg movement.

Cybernetic treatment

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The brain sends nerve signals to the muscles when a person wants to move a specific part of their body. Individuals with physical disabilities due to damaged neurological systems struggle to move as freely as they would like because they cannot effectively transmit these signals to their muscles. Historically, treating such disabilities has been considered difficult. However, a groundbreaking robot treatment system known as “cybernetic treatment” has been developed, offering significant improvements in patients’ ability to move independently by regenerating and enhancing their own brain-neuro-physical processes. The advancement of Cyberdyne Treatment in India is progressing rapidly and is carried out by top doctors.

The HAL® exoskeletons compensate for the lack of leg power, making the therapy suitable for a wide range of patients with walking disabilities who still retain some leg function. This is because the patient can only control the robot if neural impulses on the skin’s surface can be intercepted.

The Hybrid Assistive Limb can, under specific conditions, be used in the rehabilitation of various conditions.

Recovery from Multiple Sclerosis

The Hybrid Assistive Limb (HAL) is intended for individuals with multiple sclerosis, allowing them to experience the joy of standing or walking by providing support for their entire lower skeleton.

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  • The Wearable Cyborg™ HAL® is utilized in Cybernics Treatment to augment the wearer’s capabilities.
  • When an individual attempts to move their body, weak bioelectric potential signals are emitted to the body’s surface as a result of a signal being transmitted from the brain to the muscles through the nerves in alignment with the intended movement.
  • Subtle “bio-electrical impulses” indicating an individual’s intention manifest on the skin’s surface just prior to a physical movement. Clinical application of Cybernics has demonstrated that this therapeutic approach facilitates the enhancement of lower limb, upper limb, and body trunk functions.
  • The key to promoting functional improvement through Cybernics Treatment lies in prioritizing the return of feedback from the experience of actual movement to the human brain. By stimulating the body’s inherent capacity for self-healing, the functional regeneration method utilizing HAL® enables the enhancement of human brain-nerve-musculoskeletal functions.


The HAL® Robo Suit has a beneficial impact on the quality of life for individuals with multiple sclerosis, which affects the joints and central nervous system.
Testimonial from a Patient
“Many individuals who have been told that they would never walk again see hope in this groundbreaking technology for rehabilitation.” – Derrik

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Written by Admin

August 12, 2023

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