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Reach your goals with our devices

At RoboFit, you can use a range of cutting-edge exoskeletons alongside our therapists, to help you to reach your goals and improve your independence. Whether you’re focused on improving your walking, arm movements or even your posture, our range of devices have got you covered.

HAL: Lower Limb Type

HAL (Hybrid Assistive Limb): Lower Limb Type is primarily designed to rehabilitate individuals currently living with neurological and musculoskeletal conditions such as Stroke, Multiple Sclerosis or Spinal Cord Injury. Using electrodes, it detects your movement intent and provides assistance as required to assist you to complete movements.

Targeted Support

Our other devices give our therapists to provide targeted support in the areas of the body that need it most. Using our range of Assistive Technology, RoboFit’s therapists can train various regions and joints of the body to build your independence.

HAL: Single Joint Type

HAL (Hybrid Assistive Limb) Single Joint type is the newest addition to the HAL lineup. Building on the ground-breaking technology used in the HAL Lower Limb Type, the Single Joint Type is a compact exoskeleton providing targeted assistance to specific areas of the body, such as the elbows, ankles or the knees.

Injury Prevention and Improved Posture

Prevent injury and improve your posture with our range of lumbar support exoskeletons, designed to be worn during training and when performing repetitive tasks such as giving care.

HAL: Lumbar Type

HAL (Hybrid Assistive Limb) Lumbar Type is another member of the HAL family. Designed to prevent injury and assist with back strain when performing repetitive tasks, HAL Lumbar Type is worn on the lower back and provides the wearer with assistance that kicks in when the wearer is bending down. 

HAL Lumbar Type can be used in a therapeutic context to assist with the transition from sitting to stranding, providing the wearer with  safety and stability as they work through their rehabilitative or capacity building exercises.