The LEXO robot can be helpful in the rehabilitation of the lower limbs for almost every patient. The latest adaptation technology allows us to adjust the exercises to the needs of a person who is struggling with: stroke consequences, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, craniocerebral injuries, or spinal cord injuries.

LEXO also supports the youngest patients with the diagnosis of cerebral palsy.

Thanks to LEXO, the patient can freely move the limbs in the joints, while maintaining maximum activity. LEXO provides intensive rehabilitation that restores the gait function and balance and improves endurance and strength.

Rehabilitation of gait function with LEXO

  • Maximum activity during exercise
  • Interactive rehabilitation using visual scripts displayed on the screen
  • Precise, personalised robot configuration for each patient
  • Fast device setup to get the most out of the time allocated for a treatment session
  • Detailed information about the progress of rehabilitation during and after the session
  • Evidence-based effectiveness of gait training (studies involving 7,000 patients)
  • Individual, detailed record for each patient covering the rehabilitation and its progress

LEXO in practice

  • Passive, active and assisted training
  • Configure the device based on data from previous sessions
  • Dynamic body weight support system, independent pelvis and torso support for precise patient positioning
  • Learning the natural pattern of movement
  • Pelvic Plus pelvis guidance system
  • End-effector technology that allows for a free movement of joints and maximises patient activity
  • Real-time results, communicated to the patient visually and audibly
  • Foot sensors and weight-support system (for the therapist)
  • Gait training for children and adults

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