The Wearable Cyberdyne HAL Helps in Mobility

The Wearable Cyborg™ assists people in relearning how to perform those movements independently. Cyberdyne technology enables people to walk without assistance.

HAL® is a neurological device that aids patients in restoring the natural movement of their paralyzed legs based on their intention. It aims to enhance the locomotor activity in patients with spinal cord injury, stroke, and other types of neuromuscular diseases in the chronic stage.

Special Features of HAL

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HAL has a special feature where it directly interacts with the neural signals produced by the user. It not only shows the muscle signals that are actually being received, but also provides assistance with movement based on these signals. By having this internal information about the body’s activity during movement, we can adjust Cyberdyne HAL’s response to these signals to encourage older users to use more suitable muscle groups when doing daily tasks and generate stronger, healthier signals.

The coordinated movement of Cyberdyne HAL also enables users to repeat exercises that improve fitness with a greater range of motion and reduced strain. This leads to enhanced muscle flexibility, strength, and control over their movements.

The coordinated motion of HAL enables users to perform fitness-improving exercises with a greater range of motion and reduced strain. This leads to enhanced muscle flexibility, strength, and mastery of their movements.

HAL Therapy

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The Cyberdyne HAL system adheres to a specific pattern during treatment.
When we move our bodies, we start to think about the movement.

Signals from the brain are received by the muscles.
HAL® interprets the wearer’s desired movements based on these signals.
The power unit of the Wearable Cyborg™ HAL® is controlled according to the recognized movements to assist the wearer in moving.
Once the movement is finished, HAL® understands the wearer’s intended motion, and the body provides feedback on the successful movement. This helps the brain gradually learn how to transmit the signals needed for proper movements. Repetition of this process could aid a person with a disability in improving their physical function after removing HAL.

The essential aspect of enhancing functional progress with Cyberdyne Treatment involves not only sending intentional command signals from the human brain to the musculoskeletal system through the spinal cord and peripheral nerves, but also focusing on the transmission of sensory feedback from actual movement back to the human brain.

Rehabilitation /Recovery

Utilizing robotic technology in healthcare plays a vital role in enhancing the quality and effectiveness of patient care. HAL® assists in improving the mobility of patients with disabilities. This neuro-rehabilitation device aids patients in moving their paralyzed legs based on their own intentions, without imposing movements on its own.
Your voluntary movements, supported by the Wearable Cyborg™ HAL, can result in enhancements in your walking patterns and gait function, even during the chronic stages of the condition, utilizing the body’s inherent feedback system.
Positive effects have undeniably been noted in neuropathic pain, bladder and bowel function, spasticity, mental health, and the cardiovascular system.

Connect with Cyberdyne at https://rehabmodalities.com/ for a free demo on our various treatment plans.

Written by Admin

August 3, 2023

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