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Clinical resources

CLINICAL EVIDENCE

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CLINICAL STUDIES WITH THE EXOSKELETON

To date, 4 clinical studies have been conducted with the ATLAS 2030 exoskeleton and 3 clinical studies with the MAK ACTIVE KNEE

This document brings together studies and analyses that support the efficacy and benefits of our ATLAS 2030 and MAK ACTIVE KNEE devices. If you are interested in receiving this dossier, please complete the form below:

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    THE EXPERTS SAY

    • Cristina López Pascua
      Cristina López Pascua PT, MSc

      Director of Centro Lescer

      President and Founder of the Lescer Foundation

      In 1997 she created Lescer, a pioneering neurological centre specialising in the treatment of brain injuries with more than 40 highly qualified professionals and an average of more than 200 patients per year. Cristina directs this reference centre in Madrid that offers care based on a comprehensive approach to the needs of users affected by Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) throughout the rehabilitation process through a transdisciplinary team that includes Neurology, Psychiatry and Medical services.

      Rehabilitator, as well as therapists in Physiotherapy, Neuropsychology, Speech Therapy and Occupational Therapy, and the help of a Social Worker.

      In their treatments they integrate new technologies and robotics and collaborate with different entities in research projects.

    • Diego Fernández Vázquez
      Diego Fernández Vázquez PT, MSc

      Neurophysiotherapist. Predoctoral researcher

      Master’s degree in Motor Neurocontrol at the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos.

      Clinical experience as a physiotherapist in neurological rehabilitation since 2016 and with exoskeletons since 2018.

      PhD student in the Health Sciences programme at the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, where he is currently contracted as a pre-doctoral researcher, on the satisfaction of the application of EksoGT therapy in people with multiple sclerosis and carrying out studies in the gait analysis laboratory.

    • Carlos Rodríguez
      Carlos Rodríguez PT, PhD

      CEO of Mbody (teaching and research)Clinical Director of Sinapse NeurologyPhD in the mechanical influence of the peripheral nervous system on movement in stroke patients.

      For the last 15 years he has been teaching in different postgraduate formats on Peripheral Nerve and Movement in central lesions, as well as Pain, Therapeutic Exercise and Robotics in the neurological field.

      One of his main interests is to analyse the influence of robotics on tissue alterations in patients after a central injury, especially peripheral nerves, in order to optimise its use in the face of movement and functional dysfunctions that we find in the clinical set.

    • José María Prieto González
      José María Prieto González MD, PhD

      Head of the Neurology Department of the Hospital Clínico Universitario de Santiago de Compostela. Associate Professor of Medicine. Faculty of Medicine. University of Santiago de Compostela

      He has taught doctoral courses at the Galician Academy of Medicine and Surgery and since 1996 he has been Associate Professor of Health Sciences at the Faculty of Medicine of Santiago de Compostela. Since 2019 he has been Head of the Neurology Service of the Hospital Clínico Universitario de Santiago de Compostela.

      He is currently directly responsible for the Multiple Sclerosis CSUR of the University Hospital Complex of Santiago de Compostela, President of the Galician Society of Neurology, President of the Compostela Neurological Foundation,

      Member of the Academia Médico-Quirúrgica Compostelana and member of different committees and editorial boards of journals in the speciality. He participates in several research projects and clinical trials and is the author of numerous communications and publications in congresses, books and neurology journals.

    • Xoan Miguéns Vázquez
      Xoan Miguéns Vázquez MD, PhD

      Head of the Rehabilitation Area of the Structure of Integrated Management of the

      University Hospitals of Ourense, Hospital de Verín and Hospital de Valdeorras.

      Extraordinary Award in Medicine

      Specialist Doctor in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Associate Professor in the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of A Coruña.

      Vice-president of the Spanish Society of Rehabilitation and Physical Medicine (SERMEF).

      President of the Association of University Professors of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (APUMEFYR).

      Coordinator of the TENFASSA Research Group. Testing New Forms of Health Care

      Coordinating Director of GETIDOR (Study, Work and Research Group on Chronic Pain in Rehabilitation 2007 to 2019).

      Member of the InnovaSaúde Research Group of the University of A Coruña.

    • Marcos Madruga Garrido
      Marcos Madruga Garrido MD, PhD

      Degree in Medicine and Surgery

      PhD in Paediatrics

      He has been working since 2013 in the Department of Paediatrics at the VIAMED Santa Angela de la Cruz Hospital. He is Scientific Advisor of the Association of Neuromuscular Diseases of Andalusia (ASENSE-A) and the Spinal Muscular Atrophy Foundation (FUNDAME). Member of the Committee of Experts in Spinal Muscular Atrophy of the Spanish Society of Paediatric Neurology.

      Spanish Society of Paediatric Neurology. Member of the Board of Directors of the Spanish Society of Neurology (SENEP).

      He has participated in more than 50 R+D+i projects and has more than 45 publications in national and international journals.

      Member of the European Society of Paediatric Neurology, the Association of Developmental Neurosciences, the Spanish Society of Paediatric Neurology and the Spanish Association of Paediatrics.

    • Luis Jorge Jacinto
      Luis Jorge Jacinto MD

      Director of the Centro de Medicina de Reabilitação de Alcoitão Service Centre.

      PM&R Senior Consultant

      Head of Department of Adult Neuro-rehabilitation

      Head of the Movement & Gait Analysis

      Head of the Adult Botulinum Toxin Clinics

      Researcher and lecturer on stroke, DCA, neurorehabilitation, spasticity, botulinum toxin, movement and gait analysis, patient-centred goals, and clinical outcomes in neurorehabilitation. Consultant for Portuguese Adult PC Association. Portuguese Society of PM&R (associate editor of the official journal and member of the general assembly). ISPRM; ESPRM; WFNR; EFNR; SIBRehab – Iberian Society of Biomechanics in Rehabilitation (vice-president).

      Rehabilitation (vice-president)

    • Adolfo López de Munain Arregui
      Adolfo López de Munain Arregui MD, PhD

      Head of the Department of Neurology at the University Hospital of Donostia and Biomechanical Researcher.

      Founder of NEUROGENES, REDELA, ALGESCO and DEGESCO.

      Co-founder of MIRAMOON Pharma.

      Co-founder of MIAKER Developments S.L. and ATHENEANEUROCLINICS SLP.

      I Máximo Goicoechea 2020 Award

      His career is focused both on research in neuromuscular diseases as well as in clinical care. Author and co-author of more than 304 peer-reviewed articles, 40 book chapters and more than 400 communications inmore than 400 communications at national and international conferences. Director and co-director of 20 doctoral theses.

      Active member of the Spanish Society of Neurology and the Spanish Association of Human Genetics as well as the World Muscle Society. Principal Investigator of the Donostia Group at the Center for Biomedical Network Research on Neurodegenerative Diseases, directed by the Carlos III Institute. Graduate in History and Professor of Neurology at the University of the Basque Country.

    • Francisco Luna Cabrera
      Francisco Luna Cabrera MD, MSc

      President of SAMFYRE. Former Vice-President of SERMEF

      Specialist in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

      Member of numerous working groups in the SAS, Andalusian School of Public Health.

      Public Health and the regional and national scientific societies in my speciality.

      Responsible for the organisation of congresses, member of numerous scientific committees, author of papers and communications at regional and national congresses.

      Associate editor of the journal Rehabilitación and author of papers published in this journal as well as in Rheumatology, BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine and Minerva Médica at international level.

      Co-author, author of numerous chapters of manuals and books in his field, as well as editor of some of them.

      December 2003 helped adults and children with orthopaedic sequelae caused by landmines in the Saharawi refugee camps in Tindouf (Algeria).

    • María Carratalá Tejada
      María Carratalá Tejada FT, PhD

      Paediatric Neurological Physiotherapist and Researcher

      Lecturer at the Rey Juan Carlos University

      University Specialist in Psychodiagnosis and Treatment in Early Intervention.

      Lecturer in the Official Master’s Degree in Motor Neurocontrol at the Rey Juan Carlos University.

      Tutor of more than 30 TFG and 15 TFM.

      Multiple research projects in robotics and gait analysis.

      More than 21 scientific articles published in the last 5 years.

      Author of the book “La marcha humana: Biomecánica, evaluación y patología”. Editorial Médica Panamericana. 2020

      Speaker at various national congresses.

    • Francisco Molina Rueda
      Francisco Molina Rueda PT, PhD

      Assistant Professor at the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos

      Master’s Degree in Neurological Pathology.

      Expert in Movement Analysis.

      PhD from the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos.

      University Assistant Professor.

      Department of Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Rehabilitation and Physical Medicine.

      Faculty of Health Sciences (URJC).

      Currently studying Biomedical Engineering.

      Various publications and presentations at national conferences.

    • Mercedes Martínez Moreno
      Mercedes Martínez Moreno MD, MSc

      Head of the Children’s Rhb Section at Hospital Universitario la Paz.

      Director of the Multidisciplinary Spasticity Treatment Unit.

      38 presentations at national congresses

      19 presentations at international congresses

      76 communications and posters at national congresses

      32 communications and posters at international congresses

      Participation in clinical trials on neuromuscular diseases, treatment of spasticity with botulinum toxin and intrathecal baclofen therapy (IP Study of Usability and Safety of the Atlas 2030 exoskeleton in a group of patients with CP and SMA).

      Author of 40 articles in national journals

      Author of 3 articles in international journals

      Author of 7 chapters in books in her speciality.

    • Lourdes Macías Merlo
      Lourdes Macías Merlo PT, MSc, PhD

      Honorary President of the Spanish Association of Paediatric Physiotherapy (SEFIP).

      Paediatric physiotherapist for 38 years.

      Currently working in Early Childhood Care in Barcelona and at the University of Catalonia.

      Professor of Therapeutic Interventions in Pathologies with Disability or Motor Disorder.

      Her research is related to standing programmes to help acetabular development or hip dysplasia avoidance.

    • Olga Arroyo Riaño
      Olga Arroyo Riaño MD, PHD

      Head of Rehabilitation Service at Hospital Gregorio Marañón

      Medical Specialist in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Hospital Gregorio Marañón

      Paralympics : Barcelona 1992, Atlanta 1996 and Sydney 2000

      Associate Professor at the Complutense University since 2003.

      Lectures, communications, thesis direction and author of various articles and books.

      Editorial board of the journal of the Spanish Society of Rehabilitation.

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