Innovations

Discover the exclusive innovations of our current partners

Bioness – Netherlands & USA

Bioness Inc. is a medical device company based in Valencia, California, U.S.A. that develops and markets technologies intended to treat Neurological disorders. Bioness products use mild electrical stimulation to help people regain mobility after:

  • Stroke
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Spinal cord injury

NESS L300 Foot Drop System*

The NESS L300 Foot Drop System is light-weight, fits just below the knee and is designed to be easy to put on and take off. It has three main parts-a leg cuff, a gait sensor, and a remote control-that use wireless communication to “talk” to each other to help you move where you want to go. .

 

The L300 Plus for Foot Drop PLUS Thigh Weakness

The award-winning L300 Foot Drop System is already helping thousands of patients make great strides. Now, you may benefit from even greater improvement in your walking  with the L300 Plus System. What’s the Plus? The addition of a thigh cuff for better control over bending and straightening your knee to help you walk more naturally.

H200 Wireless Hand Rehabilitation System

The H200 Wireless Hand Rehabilitation System supports the wrist in a functioning position, allowing the fingers and thumb to move efficiently while reaching, grasping and pinching. This may allow you to regain hand function and get back to performing ordinary and essential activities of daily living. What’s more, the wireless model gives you the freedom to discreetly carry the Handheld Control Unit separately in your pocket, bag or purse.

To know more about Bioness products, visit http://www.bioness.com

*The L300 is not for people with peripheral nerve disease or injury such as Guillain-Barré Syndrome. The L300 should not be used by people with certain types of pacemakers or implants, or people who have fractures, dislocations, or cancer in the leg. For other Contraindications, potential Adverse Reactions and Precautions please click here. A qualified physician can tell you whether the L300 is right for you.