The Posterior Dynamic Element (PDE) component allows the client to experience advanced orthotic function.
MyoPro Upper Limb Orthosis
Regain upper limb movement & reclaim daily living activities with MyoPro.
Lost arm function?
Have you lost arm function due to
Are you frustrated at your loss of ability to do simple daily tasks - like opening a car door, driving, or eating - it’s time to get your freedom back.
The MyoPro may be suitable for you?
What is the MyoPro?
It is a portable, lightweight functional arm brace that restores movement to a weakened arm as a result of neuromuscular damage.
The custom arm brace has built-in non-invasive myoeletric sensors that enables a person to initiate and control their own arm motion.
It does not use electrical stimulation but instead relies on the user’s own muscle signal to move their arm. The MyoPro can be used as an assistive orthosis for performing daily living activities in the home and facilitating functional repetitive task practice.
How does MyoPro work?
The sensors inside the MyoPro™ detect weak muscle signals. A myoelectric signal is then sent to the processor which will power the hand and elbow motors to assist with moving the arm.
Essentially, the device detects your intent to move and amplifies your muscles’ ability to perform the desired motion. This gives you access to a variety of activities of daily living that you may have thought were gone forever!
Watch some users of the MyoPro function with the orthosis on:
NeuroMuscular Orthotics is a global leader in the provision of C-Brace for severe muscle weakness!
OT Australia Conference
The team at NeuroMusuclar Orthotics is excited to be exhibiting at the
Occupational Therapy Australia Virtual Conference & Engagement Hub this week in Melbourne.
Priya Armstrong & Ashleigh Jorgensen will be exhibiting at the Melbourne Hub and will be showcasing the MyoPro myoelectric upper limb system & the new H2 Hand Rehab System from XFT.
Stop by the exhibition booth for a demonstration of both orthoses.