Helping clients in Brisbane access goal centred therapy and the latest in assistive technology based therapy.
We help clients with neurological and musculoskeletal conditions including:
- Spinal Cord Injury (Complete and Incomplete),
- Parkinson’s Disease,
- Multiple Sclerosis,
- Cerebral Palsy,
- Guillain-Barré Syndrome,
- Acquired Brain Injury and
- Functional Neurological Disease
RoboFit’s services include:
- Exercise physiology
- Upper limb elbow and wrist using HAL single joint neuro controlled exoskeleton therapy
- Lower limb knee and ankle using HAL single joint neuro controlled exoskeleton therapy
- Lower limb gait retraining, walking with HAL neuro controlled exoskeleton therapy
If you are ready to get started you can contact our team on 1800 560 842
Follow the link to book your FREE 15MIN PHONE CONSULTATION
We are here to help you explore what’s possible.
Meet your team
Reach your rehabilitation goals with RobotFit today
Our team of exercise physiologists and physiotherapists come from diverse backgrounds, but are united in our mission to empower people to redefine what’s possible. We all live by the motto never say never.
Working alongside RoboFit are a team of multidisciplinary partners who are passionate about helping people achieve their goals. We believe that working together we can help you achieve your goals.
Where our team doesn’t have the right fit of skills for what you need we will try to help you find the right help.
A little bit about RoboFit:
RoboFit opened its first clinic in 2021. Co-founder Daniel had been using Cyberdyne’s exoskeleton technology since 2013. Forming an essential part of his rehabilitation since and Daniel’s attitude of ‘Never Say Never’. You can learn more about Daniel’s story here
RoboFit operates a number of clinics across Australia to help clients reach their goals with physical therapy, with additional clinics opening in 2024. Where needed we also harness new and emerging technologies that can encourage neuroplasticity.
At RoboFit, we’re delivering the future of therapy today by combining exercise physiology and physiotherapy with Australia’s first neuro-controlled exoskeletons.
What is HAL and how does it work?
Hybrid Assistive Limb (HAL), developed in Japan by Cyberdyne, is the world’s first neuro controlled exoskeleton, primarily used to train, support and enhance the wearer’s strength.
This ultimately improves the wearer’s independence and quality of life.
Using electrodes, HAL reads the wearer’s bioelectric signals, interpreting the wearer’s movement intention and working with them to complete movements. This is an intensive program that aims to maximise recovery potential and promote neuroplasticity. This is done with a range of upper and lower limb devices.
HAL exoskeleton is capable of driving Neuroplasticity within the body’s nervous system.
Our unique approach is all about helping you to reach your goals.
We work with funding bodies including NDIS, iCare, TAC, CTP, NIISQ, and My Aged Care