Patented technology of independent movement and controlled walking training FOR persons with MOTION disabilities AND motor DYSFUNCTIONS

Lets Walk!

The long-term experience of our company in rehabilitation has allowed us to create a compact robotic platform WO:EX. Our technology allows you to perform a wide range of workouts in a confined space, as well as provide a safe and controlled movement (walking) forward with the possibility of turns in different directions. WO: EX is a compact mobile frame with a gravitational unloading system of the body and power actuators connected to orthopedic modules by means of flexible moving elements.

Cerebral Hemodynamics

Currently, despite the high achievements in the prevention and treatment of diseases of the nervous and cardiovascular systems, an annual increase in the number of cases of acute and chronic disorders of cerebral circulation is observed. Acute cerebral hemodynamics, usually leads to severe complications - stroke. A stroke usually ends with severe motor impairment and disability, and survival is critically low - more than 75% of people die in the first year.


Starting from 3-4 weeks, medical rehabilitation becomes the main component of stroke treatment. The main goal of medical rehabilitation is the restoration of lost motor functions. It is believed that its effectiveness is due to time and system approach. The time of medical rehabilitation is determined by the frequency and duration of daily classes, as well as the total length of rehabilitation cycles. A systematic approach is to create unique conditions for each patient with a rational combination of drug and non-drug treatment, continuous dosing of training factors.

Motor Skills

The most adequate conditions for the medical rehabilitation of a patient are created after the stabilization of his condition (1-2 months after a stroke) and continue for 6 months. After 8-9 months, rehabilitation opportunities are gradually lost. Thus, the productive training of motor skills for the most of its part occurs at home or in rehabilitation units located next to the patient. Despite this, technical solutions for home rehabilitation remain underdeveloped and are practically absent as a technique for self-administration.