Mass. company introduces robotic arm orthosis

10/9/2013 | Xconomy

Myomo, which describes its robotic braces as "power steering for your arm," has released its newest version, the MyoPro, for patients with arm deficits caused by stroke, brain damage or multiple sclerosis. Sensors on Myomo's motorized braces boost nerve signals that trigger muscle movements, allowing the arm to move and flex. Next for the company is "a pediatric-sized device, to assist kids born with cerebral palsy," said CEO Paul Gudonis.

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