The HAL: Cybernics Therapy for Neuromuscular Patients

The Cybernics Treatment employs an innovative technology called ‘The Hybrid Assistive Limb – HAL’ to enhance or restore the function of the wearer. This technology is based on the Interactive Bio-Feedback Theory (IBF). It allows the wearer to activate their body’s natural self-healing ability, thereby improving or restoring various human brain-nerve-musculoskeletal functions.

Cyberdyne treatment in India provides affordable medical care for patients worldwide. With qualified medical professionals, patients can receive treatment at almost 50% less cost than in other countries.

Applications for HAL Treatment


Progressive neuromuscular diseases can be improved through neuro-modulation techniques…

HAL operates based on the wearer’s motor intention and internal movement patterns, seamlessly integrating with the body.

Patients with neuromuscular issues can improve their daily activities through neuromuscular feedback therapy.

  • After completing the HAL treatment program, learn to decrease your dependency on HAL.
  • Improve your walking ability by enhancing speed, endurance, cadence, stride length, and joint range of motion.
  • Enhancement of the ability to maintain balance.
  • Acquiring the ability to regulate muscular function by utilizing perceived data of nerve cell behavior.

The combination of the HAL and the nervous and musculoskeletal systems of the wearer, known as Cybernics, can restore impaired motor function. This restoration is achieved through the process of neuroplasticity, which involves reconnecting the CNS to the motor units and the motors to muscle fibers.

HAL’s rehabilitation program

HAL, the Wearable Cyborg™, is designed to support patients who have inadequate strength or motor control. It can adjust its speed according to the patient’s residual motor functions, and the continuous feedback it provides helps the patient perceive their progress.


HAL can potentially aid trainers and patients in the rehabilitation field. The process remains centered around the role of these individuals. The ‘Wearable Cyborg™,’ or HAL, is an attractive option for robotic neurorehabilitation due to its easy deployment, applicability across a wide range of motor impairments, and high measurement reliability. Cyberdyne treatment offers advanced neuro-robotic rehabilitation technologies to help stroke patients worldwide improve their well-being.

The transmission of voluntary command signals is not the only factor that promotes functional improvement through Cyberdyne Treatment.

The system known as HAL plays a crucial role in accelerating the process of motor learning in the brain. This, in turn, leads to the brain’s neuroplasticity, a key factor in successful neurorehabilitation.

HAL aims to improve medicine, welfare, and daily life through the research, development, and manufacturing of innovative Cybernics systems to create an ideal future.

Rehabilitation robots in physical therapy provide revolutionary therapies, enhancing the quality of life. The goal is to improve medicine, welfare, and daily life by researching and developing innovative Cybernics systems.

Patient feedback–

Derrick says this tech brings hope to rehab seekers & those told they’d never walk again.

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Written by Admin

May 18, 2023

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