Cyberdyne Hybrid Assistive Limb – HAL – The World’s First Wearable Cyborg™

Hybrid Assistive Limb® is the world‘s first cyborg-type robot that can improve, enhance and support the wearer’s bodily functions and physical capability.

Wearing HAL® leads to a fusion of “man”, “machine” and “information”. HAL® assists a person with paralysis or weakness of the limbs as a result of the spinal cord or brain injuries such as stroke, traumatic brain injury, multiple sclerosis, or neurodegenerative diseases to move and enables him or her to exert bigger motor energy than usual. HAL® is also considered the system that accelerates motor learning of the brain which eventually leads to the neuroplasticity of the brain functions.

Uses of the Wearable Cyborg™

The effect of this treatment method to promote functions of the lower limb, upper limb, and body trunk is being reported through clinical applications. Cyberdyne treatment in India is helping various patients from all over the world. Patients who otherwise found it difficult to get treatment, are now in the right hands, and that too at such affordable prices. India offers almost 50% less cost than other countries. 

Treatment with the Wearable Cyborg™

  • HAL Generate Command

The brain generates and transmits signals to muscles necessary for the motions through nerves. Command signals are generated

  • HAL Send Signal

Muscles contacts to generate power when it receives the right command signal sent from the brain through the nerves.

  • HAL reads signals

Signals sent to muscles by the brain leak on the skin surface as faint signals, called bio-electric signals.

  • HAL moves as the wearer intends

HAL controls the power units at every joint based on the bio-electrical signals and lets the wearer perform the desired movements with their voluntary commands. The Wearable Cyborg™ HAL- moves as the wearer intends.

  • Assessment

When HAL has properly assisted the intended movement, the feeling is fed back to the brain. Active use of the neural pathways for voluntary movement with physical feedback to the brain leads to an important ability for the wearer to walk on their own.


Cyberdyne treatment provides advanced neuro-robotic rehabilitation technologies for the well-being of patients around the world.

HAL® is also considered the system that accelerates motor learning of the brain which eventually leads to the neuroplasticity of the brain functions.

The purpose of HAL is to create an ideal future by researching, developing, and manufacturing innovative Cybernics systems, with a focus on improving medicine, welfare, and daily life.

Rehabilitation robots in physical therapy aid in the movement of the lower limbs. HAL Robot Suits make a positive difference in the life of a patient affected by stroke and paralysis. “This is the world’s first wearable cyborg or Robot suit.

Advancing exoskeleton robotic technology presents an opportunity for physiotherapists and rehabilitation. Robotic technology is suggested to have extensive application prospects in rehabilitation, and professional requirements in this field are high 

An important part of robotic technology research in Cyberdyne treatment is involved with lower extremity rehabilitation.

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