InMotion Interactive Therapy enables clinicians to efficiently deliver intensive motor therapy to help patients regain motor function following a neurological condition or injury, such as stroke, Cerebral Palsy, spinal cord injury, Multiple Sclerosis, or Parkinson’s Disease.
PI worked with Bionik to help bring this next-generation version of the InMotion Arm to life. The design derives inspiration from the functional core of the device itself - the twin opposed motors forming the central cylindrical column. The main electrical enclosure volume encircles and partially wraps around the central column, which can be adjusted vertically for proper ergonomics. The support legs radiate outward from the core for maximum stability in a footprint 40% smaller than previous iterations of the device.
The patient interacts with the device via the robotic arm and the adjustable table cantilevered from the front caster legs. The front of the device was carefully designed to allow full access for patients who are confined to wheelchairs.