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Hank: the innovative exoskeleton for neurological rehabilitation on World Parkinson's Day.


man using exoskeleton for mobility rehabilitation

Yesterday, Wednesday 12th April, our exoskeleton for neurological rehabilitation Hank was presented at the Parkinson's Association of La Roda CIRENC in Albacete. Gogoa Mobility Robots' R&D&I Director, Dr. Guillermo Asín Prieto, had the honour of showing this innovative technology in the framework of World Parkinson's Day, celebrated on Tuesday 11th April.


The Parkinson's Association of La Roda is a non-profit organisation with more than 20 years of experience in assisting, guiding and informing people affected by neurological and physical diseases who see their quality of life limited and need services appropriate to their current situation. For this reason, we are honoured to be able to collaborate with this organisation and to present them with Hank, a state-of-the-art technology.


Hank is a lower limb exoskeleton that has been developed by our R&D&I team and represents an innovative technology in the field of neurological gait rehabilitation. This exoskeleton helps people suffering from neurological diseases to regain mobility and strength in their lower limbs in a safe and effective way. Thanks to the cutting-edge technology used in its design, Hank enables patients to perform rehabilitation exercises in a personalised manner tailored to their needs.


We are very grateful to have had the opportunity to present Hank at the Parkinson's Association of La Roda and to be able to help people struggling with neurological diseases. This type of collaboration is essential to continue advancing in the innovation of technologies that improve the quality of life of patients and their day-to-day independence.


In short, at Gogoa Mobility Robots we are committed to the research and development of innovative technologies in the field of neurological rehabilitation, and we will continue working to improve the lives of people struggling with neurological diseases.


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