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The Indego® Therapy exoskeleton offers clinicians the ability to provide highly individualized gait therapy, custom-tailored for spinal cord injury and stroke with a single adjustable size device. Rapidly adjustable hardware and customizable software suites make the Indego Therapy Exoskeleton a powerful gait therapy solution.
The Indego® Personal exoskeleton enables those with spinal cord injury a new level of functional independence and upright mobility in their home and community. With its modular design with five interconnecting components, and at only 29lb in weight, Indego Personal was designed for ease of use and intuitive operation.
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Indego Therapy is an adjustable lower-limb exoskeleton that enables therapists to deliver task-specific gait training for stroke and spinal cord injury patients.
Indego Personal is a custom fit lower-limb exoskeleton that provides individuals with spinal cord injury increased mobility and functional independence at home and in the community.
Indego has been developed in close coordination with clinicians and patients. Although the benefits of Indego hold great promise for its use in therapy and at home, Parker is committed to providing the most usable and effective exoskeleton device, backed by substantial research. To that end, Parker has partnered with some of the world’s leading rehabilitation centers to establish a body of evidence that demonstrates its benefits. Learn more about Indego and its uses for spinal cord injury, paralyzed veterans and stroke rehabilitation through our published and upcoming research.
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The Indego® orthotically fits to the lower limbs and the trunk; the device is intended to enable individuals with spinal cord injury at levels T3 to L5 to perform ambulatory functions with supervision of a specially trained companion in accordance with the user assessment and training certification program. The device is also intended to enable individuals with spinal cord injury at levels C7 to L5 to perform ambulatory functions in rehabilitation institutions in accordance with the user assessment and training certification program. Finally, the Indego® is also intended to enable individuals with hemiplegia (with motor function of 4/5 in at least one upper extremity) due to cerebrovascular accident (CVA) to perform ambulatory functions in rehabilitation institutions in accordance with the user assessment and training certification program. The Indego is not intended for sports or stair climbing.
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