Ekso GT Robotic Exoskeleton

About Ekso

The EksoGT is a powered robotic exoskeleton that is utilized as a part of a comprehensive therapy program. This device is used with patients who have suffered from many different types of neurologic injury and have resulting lower extremity weakness.

While wearing the device developed by Ekso Bionics, patients can stand up and walk over ground for comprehensive gait training.

Built-in sensors help the specialized motors provide assistance as needed while Madonna’s expert clinicians control and adjust different settings in real-time for the patient to practice a normalized gait pattern.

Ekso Patient Stories

Making strides with gait technology (Physical Therapy Products)

3/7/2018 5:08 PM | In the News

Molie Hope, PT, DPT, CBIS, and Abby Albers, SPT, co-author a report on gait technology for the spring issue of Physical Therapy Products, an industry publication for physical therapists.

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With motivation from Madonna staff, Kansas woman exceeds expectations

6/13/2017 2:41 PM | Patient Stories

Motivation is the driving force behind rehabilitation, but where patients find their motivation differs. Brandi Jecha, 25, says one of her biggest motivators was Physical Therapist Kristi Rocole.

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Technology and innovative therapies help 6-foot-6-inch-tall teen recover from spinal cord injury

12/11/2016 6:51 PM | Patient Stories

At 6 feet 6 inches tall, Brandon’s height played a major factor into where he would recover. After seeing the technology involved, therapy options available and the education provided, Brandon’s parents said Madonna became the natural fit. 

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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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