InMotion WRIST

The InMotion WRIST is a fixed frame hand rehabilitation exoskeleton.

The InMotion robots and their manufacturer, Interactive Motion Technologies were acquired by Bionik Labs in 2016.


The InMotion WRIST is one of the earliest and most used upper body rehabilitation robots.  It is compatible with both adults and older children.  The device provides reproducible, interactive wrist rehabilitation.  It is designed to sense the patient’s movements and limitations and provide assistance-as-needed™.

The InMotion WRIST can be used as a stand-alone product or combined with the InMotion ARM.  This fixed frame exoskeleton provides clinicians with a tool to deliver wrist and forearm therapy to patients with neurological conditions.  Extensive research has shown it to be effective, especially for stroke and cerebral palsy.

You can find articles on Bionik Laboratories in the news section of the Exoskeleton Report.

Bionik Laboratories Corporation, 483 Bay Street Office N105, Toronto, ON M5G 2C9 website

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