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Exoskeletons May Improve Rehabilitation Efficacy for Patients with Brain or Spinal Cord Injuries

Exoskeletons intended for medical purposes are motorized braces that help control a patient’s body and limb movements. These sophisticated body frames are increasingly being used as a tool for rehabilitating patients with brain or spinal cord injuries. Exoskeleton technology, when properly utilized, may have the potential to shorten rehabilitation times, reduce downstream costs, and improve health profiles.

Sandeep Singh, MD
Vice President of Medical Affairs
Spinal Cord Injury Program Director
Good Shepherd Rehabilitation – Allentown, PA

Disclosure: Chief Medical Officer, Good Shepherd Rehabilitation