The ArmeoSpring Pediatric exoskeleton is a shoulder-elbow-hand (with a focus on the wrist, not fingers) rehabilitation device. It is designed for children ages 4 to 12 years old.
The device provides the same range of benefits as the ArmeoSpring. However, interactive exercises, especially ones presented as games, are even more important for children who otherwise will have a hard time staying focused.
Hocoma has better documentation and technical explanations on the capabilities of their devices than any other exoskeleton manufacturer and we encourage you to visit their website.
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Hocoma AG, Switzerland, Industriestrasse 4, CH-8604 Volketswil, Switzerland, website
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