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NEURO-REHABILITATION WITH EXOSKELETONS, THE BEST OPTION


man doing neuro-rehabilitation with exoskeleton

Several clinical trials show that treatment with exoskeletons for mobility impairment is the most effective treatment to date, as it allows repeatability of movements, which leads to two neurological phenomena in the patient: neuronal plasticity and reprogramming of the motor neurons of the nervous system.



NEURONAL PLASTICITY


Works in patients with:

- Acquired brain damage

- Neurodegenerative diseases


What does the process consist of?

The process of neural plasticity recruits healthy areas of the brain to take over the functions of those that have suffered motor damage. In short, healthy neurons take over the functions of those that have been damaged, allowing the patient to regain mobility.



REPROGRAMMING OF MOTOR NEURONS IN THE NERVOUS SYSTEM


Works in patients with:

- Acquired brain damage

- Neurodegenerative diseases

- Partial spinal cord injury


What does the process involve?

Patients suffering from these diseases and/or injuries receive a weak or distorted signal in their muscles, which is not sufficient to activate and control movement. The motor neurons, responsible for managing mobility, are reprogrammed through training with exoskeletons and learn to activate with lower-intensity or distorted signals. Thanks to this, the patient's motor functions are restored.


Finally, the positive and more accelerated evolution of recovery due to the intensity of the treatment increases adherence to the treatment. In other words, the patient becomes more involved, and the likelihood of abandonment is reduced. This increases the potential for rehabilitation.


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