About Indego

The Indego is a powered, lower limb exoskeleton that enables people with neurological injuries to walk and participate in over-ground gait training.

According to developers of the slim and lightweight medical device from Parker Hannifin, the design consists of five snap-together components, including a hip component and upper leg components with two motors and embedded sensors and controllers that aid with many different types of movements, including sit-to and from-stand transitions, walking, turning and veering.

Using an iOS app, Madonna’s expert clinicians can control the patient’s stride length, step frequency and step height in a variety of different therapy settings while recording data to help track the individual’s rehabilitation progress.