The H Robotics team announces that rebless has been selected as one of the eight finalists for the renowned Startup World Cup regional competition, which will be hosted by the Washington Technology Industry Association.

Not only are they competing, but they have also received the honor of presenting at the Pegasus Seattle regional final on August 4th. The regional winner will be moving forward and taking part in the grand finale in San Francisco in late September, where the winning startup company will receive a $1M investment prize from Pegasus Ventures.

The global startup competition considers applicants from more than 30 countries.

H Robotics is being considered for this award for their smart rehabilitation solution, rebless, a robotic therapy device designed to treat patients with impaired movement due to neurological and/or musculoskeletal disorders.

The robotic technology is designed for the rehabilitation of the upper and lower extremities and helps improve the recovery rate through more intense and consistent sessions. The treatment is customizable and adjustable in accordance with the patient’s recovery rate, creating an individualized therapy experience.

The use of telemedicine allows physicians to track and monitor their patients throughout their progress. Developments in telehealth have opened the doors toward wider accessibility of healthcare, connecting physicians to patients.

Being able to partake in the Startup World Cup competition displays the ability of H Robotics’ robotic devices and how they can change lives. The company will continue to strive toward success and impact people with their innovative technology.

[Source(s): H Robotics, PRWeb]

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