About ArmeoSpring

The ArmeoSpring is specifically suited for patients who are beginning to regain active movement of the arm and hand. It is an upper extremity exoskeleton designed to off-weight the affected arm so that a patient is able to move their arm around more freely without having to lift the entire weight of their arm against gravity. This allows for patients to use proper movement patterns versus using compensatory movement patterns. While using 2-D and 3-D games, it offers various self-initiated repetitive therapies to increase the patient’s range of motion and selective control, motivating the patient to exert intense levels of both concentration and coordination.

Armeo Patient Stories

Retired Children’s foundation director fortunate for Madonna after spinal cord injury

6/4/2017 8:49 AM | Patient Stories

Roger Lewis’ retirement plans to travel, spend more time with family and civic duty have been put on temporary hold as he recovers from a spinal cord injury. A tough fight, Roger considers himself lucky, saying he’s “very fortunate in this part of the country to have a facility like Madonna available for those of us who face these kinds of problems and face this kind of challenge to get better.”

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Toddler motivates Wichita mom in her brain injury recovery

9/12/2016 3:04 PM | Patient Stories

Toddler motivates Wichita mom in her brain injury recovery

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