H Robotics, experts in developing, manufacturing, and distributing state-of-the-art rehabilitation solutions, announces the receipt of the iF Design Award for its rebless smart rehabilitation device for stroke and musculoskeletal patients.
The iF Design Award provides organizations with a platform to showcase quality and creativity in design, communication, packaging, service design and concepts, architecture, and interior design, as well as UX and UI.
“We are proud to be the recipient of the prestigious iF Design Award. We are focused on building the next generation rehabilitation robots that are effective, welcoming, and easy to use for patients and clinicians. Design plays a major role in this,” says Andrew Chang, Head of US Business.
Most rehabilitation devices tend to be big, bulky, and intimidating to use, but as robotics and software technology continues to advance, companies like H Robotics are making it their mission to bring rehabilitation devices to patients’ homes. With at-home devices, design is more important than ever to ensure reduced risk and increased approachability. To ensure the design is optimized for the user, H Robotics delivers top notch design with their smart rehabilitation devices and software.
Winning this award is an important acknowledgment for H Robotics as they work toward bringing rehabilitation devices to patients’ homes to help them improve movement for a happier, healthier life, the company notes in a media release.
rebless is an FDA-registered robotic therapy device for both upper and lower extremities, providing motion to the elbow, wrist, ankle, and knee joints. With multiple operating modes, rebless allows for passive, active-assisted and resisted exercise, and range of motion measurements.
[Source(s): H Robotics, PRWeb]