Powered Knee Orthosis
First robotic powered knee orthosis with elastic joint actuation, fully portable. It provides strength, mobility and joint stiffness control in an active way, with user intention detection. Active and passive operation modes selectable. Fully sensorized, provides gait parameters like range of movement, force and velocity, plantar pressures and center of pressure trajectory. It analyzes the biomechanics of the patient’s gait and works to improve it.
Improves the quality and speed of the gait.
66% Reduction of rehabilitation times.
Physical evaluation integrated in the device.
Potential use in home rehabilitation.
Indications MAK ACTIVE KNEE
MAK Active Knee has CE clearance and indicated for use in gait rehabilitation in patients affected by hemiplegia or knee weakness. Currently tested successfully in:
- Rehabilitation after total knee arthroplasty
MAK is currently under clinical trial for extending its use for:
- Rehabilitation of brain damage (stroke)
- Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis
- Treatment of Muscular Atrophies
- Treatment of Muscular Dystrophies
- Assistance in cases of muscle weakness due to age
- Max weight 100 Kg
- Contraindication: Osteoporosis, severe spasticity and skin conditions negatively affected by orthotics
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The MAK is able to assist, through the Modes of Operation, the movements of sitting, standing, walking and going up and down stairs.
The battery life will depend on the type of movement the MAK assists. On average, the battery lasts a little over 4 hours.
The MAK weighs 3.2 kg, including the battery.
You can currently receive your MAK therapy at the following rehabilitation centers
If you are interested in receiving therapy with MAK ACTIVE KNEE please fill out the following form.
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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