The URA Bedside Exoskeleton is a powered leg rehabilitation exoskeleton by RoboCT. It is a fixed-frame hip-knee wearable robot that is wheeled in place next to temporarily immobilized patients. The robot allows for repetitive and consistent leg mobilization while the user is lying down or sitting. 


The URA is meant for post-operation physical rehabilitation and initial mobilization of the lower limbs. Depending on the surgery, patients can be immobilized for days before being asked to try to stand up. It can be difficult for the body to go from lying down to suddenly balancing, weight-bearing, and walking again all at once. The URA exoskeleton offers an in-between step to get the legs moving again.

It applies limb rehabilitation while remaining in the sitting or lying positions. This is meant to attack issues such as joint stiffness and adhesion, while simultaneously facilitating blood and lymphatic circulation.

Hangzhou RoboCT Technological Development Co., Ltd., 7 floor, building 2, 1326 West Wen Yi Road, Cang Qian Street, Yuhang District, Hangzhou, China, website

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