The Wearable Cyborg™ HAL’s Robotic gait training benefits persons with Multiple Sclerosis. HAL [The Hybrid Assistive Limb] is the world‘s first technology that supports, enhances, and regenerates the wearer’s physical functions according to the wearer’s intentions.
HAL® has two types of control systems that can be used together according to the conditions of the wearer…
- Cyberdyne HAL® helps individuals across the world regain their ability to walk through the non-invasive BES-sensing technology solution
- The Hybrid assistive limb helps to improve mobility in patients with multiple sclerosis.
- The BES sensing technology is used for mobile wellness, which means the ability to move about without outside assistance.
- The Wearable Cyborg™ HAL enhances the overall well-being to maintain a high quality of life and independence
HAL controls the power unit according to the movements it recognises to assist the wearer in moving according to his or her intentions or even exerting more force than usual.
The slightest movement in a person’s body can cause nerve signals to be transmitted from the brain to the muscles. This can cause the entire musculoskeletal system to move as light “bio-electrical signals” leak out to the skin’s surface.
Treating Multiple Sclerosis with Cyberdyne HAL…
Cyberdyne treatment uses the robotic suit which applies the patient’s intention to move the legs. Created for patients with multiple sclerosis, the Hybrid Assistive Limb (HAL) lets patients experience the joy of standing up and walking.
The Wearable Cyborg™ HAL has two types of control systems that can be used together according to the conditions of the wearer. The “Cybernics Voluntary Control System” uses BES to perform the wearer‘s desired movements. The other is the “Cybernics Autonomous Control System” to realize human-like movements even if the BES cannot be detected. These two control methods are the reason why HAL is such advanced technology.
When a person moves, the brain signals the muscle to command the movement. At that time, a very faint signal that reflects the wearer’s intention to move appears on the skin’s surface. Using its sensors attached to the skin’s surface, HAL detects the “bio-electrical signals” to perform the desired movements with the wearer’s voluntary commands.
The Wearable Cyborg™ HAL Robotic Suit makes a positive difference in the life of a patient affected with multiple sclerosis and paralysis, affecting the spinal cord, joints, and the central nervous system.
Derrick Says- “Three months have come & gone here at Brooks Rehabilitation. I want to thank everyone at Brooks and Cyberdyne. Today I leave the Brooks Cybernic Treatment Center knowing that the future looks brighter for people with debilitating injuries. It has been an honour being one of the first few patients in the US to use Cyberdyne HAL
This revolutionary technology – the lower limb exoskeleton, offers hope to people looking for rehabilitation & to many who are told they would never walk again.” So do not give up.
For a free demo on The Wearable Cyborg™ HA log onto https://rehabmodalities.com/