Orthopedic Injury cures by Cyberdyne Hal Technology

The bio-electrical signals triggered by the patient’s intention to move communicate with the muscles, enabling locomotion. For disabled patients, these signals may be too weak to initiate proper movement.

Cyberdyne HAL® provides assistance in the following ways…

The Wearable Cyborg™ HAL allows individuals worldwide to regain their ability to walk using non-invasive BES-sensing technology solution – HAL. Cyberdyne HAL® Lower Limb is utilized to enhance mobility wellness for patients recovering from orthopedic injuries, accidents, and surgeries.

The BES-sensing technology is employed for mobile wellness, enabling independent movement without external assistance. It improves overall well-being, promoting a high quality of life and independence.

Orthopedic Treatment

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The crucial aspect of enhancing functional recovery with Cyberdyne Treatment involves more than just sending intentional command signals from the human brain to the musculoskeletal system through the spinal cord and peripheral nerves. It’s equally about the transmission of feedback from the actual sensation of movement back to the human brain.

Cyberdyne HAL® follows a certain pattern…

  1. When we start to move, we first think about the movement.
  2. The brain then sends signals to the muscles.
  3. HAL interprets the signals to understand what movements the wearer wants to make.
  4. HAL adjusts the power unit based on the recognized movements to help the wearer move.
  5. After the movement is finished, HAL® understands the intended motion of the wearer, and the body provides feedback on the successful movement.
  6. This enables the brain to learn how to send the necessary signals for good movements. Repetition of this process could aid a person with a disability in improving their physical function after removing HAL.

Rehabilitation by HAL

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Cyberdyne’s Hybrid Assistive Limb, HAL®, enhances the mobility of individuals with disabilities. This neuro-rehabilitation device assists patients in moving their paralyzed legs based on their intentions, without imposing its own movements.

By utilizing the body’s built-in feedback system, voluntary movements assisted by the Wearable Cyborg™ HAL can lead to enhancements in gait patterns and walking function, even in the chronic stages of the disorder. Additionally, positive effects have been observed in neuropathic pain, bladder and bowel function, spasticity, mental health, and the cardiovascular system.

Exoskeletons and rehabilitation robots are utilized in physical therapy to address conditions such as neurological disorders, spinal cord injuries, cerebral palsy, and gait disorders related to orthopedic injuries. These technologies improve capabilities, aid in movement, and support the rehabilitation of patients with orthopedic injuries.

At Cyberdyne, we offer advanced neuro-robotic rehabilitation technologies to benefit patients worldwide. Our mission is clear – we empower individuals to regain the ability to walk using HAL®, our non-invasive technological solution.

Connect with us at https://rehabmodalities.com/ to learn more about our healthcare platform that gracefully connects the ‘Human and the Robot’ 

Written by Admin

August 18, 2023

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