Rebotics Technology

Mobility specialist Recare has initiated a new venture with business partner Stephen Ruffle to bring together a new company called Rebotics Technology which will focus on advanced rehabilitation products.

Rebotics Technology secures the distribution rights of mainly exoskeletal and neuro rehabilitation products that will enhance the recovery and rehabilitation process to less abled and disabled people.

The products, a spokesperson for Rebotics Technology stated, promise to enhance rehabilitation centres, specialist therapy plans, and assist with private patients’ advance treatment.

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The main product profile, it says, will be Rewalk Robotics, Exoatlet, exoskeletal suits, B-temia Inc, Keeogo lower limb Dermo skeletal system, and Syrebo, soft hand therapy gloves, with other products set to follow in due course.

Some of the technology is designed to assist a patient to increase the repetitions and exercise dose, allowing for more intensive and productive rehabilitation, helping to assist recovery within neuro rehab and restoring the individual’s natural ability.

ExoSkeleton and Exo-Suit devices allow for both walking gait therapy but also allowing individuals with spinal cord Injuries to walk assisted or independently.

As these products emerge, Rebotics Technology has stated that as it is UK based it will be perfectly placed to supply, support and train, offering an unrivalled offering to its customers.

Richard Holland-Oakes, CEO of Recare Ltd, commented that the new venture will utilize his knowledge of the orthotic and prosthetic market within the rehabilitation and mobility industry.

He commented: “It is a development that is going back to the roots of my career but with modern technology being developed to an incredible standard and evolving rapidly to assist and enhance spinal injury, MS, stroke, and Parkinson-type clients.”

Stephen Ruffle, as Director of Rebotics Technology, is well placed to guide the new business. With a background in product design and engineering, Stephen has well over 20 years experience in the medical device Industry, including six years developing the exoskeleton market in the UK and Ireland.

Stephen commented: “This is a very exciting time for the emergence of new technology within rehabilitation as the products get more accepted and proven to assist and compliment the rehabilitation process.”

He also stated that he is pleased to be working with Recare, adding: “Our relationship goes back over many years and after appointing Recare as the approved Technical Service for ReWalk Robotics in 2019, I know our passion for the industry and our customers is very well aligned.”

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