The ATLAS 2030 is a THKAFO-type gait exoskeleton, which supports the child from the trunk to the feet. No thoracic control is required and a head restraint system can be added if needed. The exoskeleton consists of 8 active joints that provide full overground mobility in all directions. The dimensions of the device are easily adjustable to the growth of the child and it can be easily fitted in 5 minutes. It is accompanied by an auxiliary frame that can be attached to the exoskeleton to ensure the safety of the patient and give the child the feeling of walking on their own, as well as providing the therapist with the possibility of interacting with the patient face to face, without the need to stay behind holding them. The exoskeleton interprets the patient’s intention to move in a non-invasive way and responds to this intention at every step. It can also be worked in a passive way, generating a specific walking pattern for each patient. Removable batteries included.
Extension and maintenance joint range of mobility.
Improving muscle strength.
Reduction of muscle contractures.
Potential maintenance, through prolonged use, of scoliosis and improved respiratory function.
Prevention or delay of musculoskeletal complications of neuromuscular diseases.
Improvement of the ability to perform activities of daily living. In addition to the improvement of self-esteem and well-being.
Inducations for use Atlas Pediatric Exo
Children between 4 and 10 years of age (please check limb size and weight in product brochure), with the following pathologies:
- Spinal Cord Injury up to C4
- Muscle Atrophy
- Muscular dystrophyr
- Other neuromuscular diseases causing progressive global weakness (to be determined by your specialist)
Rehabilitation Centres with ATLAS
You can currently receive your MAK therapy at the following rehabilitation centers
If you have any questions or queries regarding this product, send us your inquiry to email@example.com
Actually it can be used at the Marsi Care center, where physical rehabilitation is combined with the use of the ATLAS exoskeleton.
The ATLAS exoskeleton can assist sitting, standing and walking.
If you are interested in receiving therapy with Atlas Pediatric Exo please fill out the following form.
Now available for clinical research in hospitals and rehabilitation centers. Also patients can participate in clinical research at Marsi Care.
Below we explain the steps to follow in order to participate as volunteer at Marsi Care.
Our clinical team studies the case. Response in 15/30 days
In case of acceptance, appointmet for initial assessment
INCLUSION IN THE PROGRAM
Informed consent signature and inclusion in the program