Gait and Locomotion

LEXO® Product Film

The end-effector system allows active training and encourages the patient’s self-activity. The innovative transfer options maximize net therapy time and increase the utilization rate. With its high adaptability, LEXO® can be adjusted precisely and used for a wide range of patients. Its compact design and low height make LEXO® also easy to integrate with any therapy room.

In robotic gait rehabilitation, patients and therapists often face the same challenges.
Loss of precious time to due tedious set-up procedures, limitations in the adaptability to the patient, and unnatural walking patterns.

LEXO® is the long-desired game-changer – the end-effector system allows free joint movement, encourages the patient’s self-activity, and increases the utilization rate. The innovative transfer options maximize net therapy time, providing what is needed most: direct therapist-patient interaction.

Why LEXO®?

  • Strong evidence for end-effector gait training
  • Easy and fast setup as a paradigm shift in currently available robotic gait rehabilitation
  • Demands patients’ self-activity
  • The compact design and low height make it perfect for any therapy room

LEXO® therapy

  • Innovative transfer modes
  • Different body weight support modes
  • PELVIS PLUS guidance
  • Passive-active walking mode
  • Seamlessly and electrically adjustable settings
  • Task-oriented training
  • Augmented Performance Feedback
  • Virtual Environment

LEXO® in practice

  • Active Training mode
  • Demanding self-activity
  • Training of physiological walking pattern
  • Highly engaging for the patient
  • Specific gait training (initial contact, stance phase, swing phase)
  • High adaptability
  • Lateral and vertical guidance with the PELVIS PLUS system
  • Innovative body weight support modes
  • A wide range of patients

Efficient use of therapy time

  • Easy and fast setup
  • Increase net therapy time
  • Decrease costs
  • Only 1 therapist needed a high utilization rate

Latest results

“In comparison to conventional gait rehabilitation, gait training assisted
by end-effector apparatus leads to a statistically significant and  clinically relevant improvement in gait velocity and maximum walking distance after stroke.”
1 MEHRHOLZ, 2018