Rüdiger Rupp | What do clinical experts say about our Exoskeleton?
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What do clinical experts say?

We interviewed Prof. Dr. Ing. Rüdiger Rupp, a key opinion leader in the field of rehabilitation technology with more than 25 years of clinical experience, to talk about rehabilitation, exoskeleton technology, clinical trials and many more.

Prof. Dr. Ing. Rüdiger Rupp is the Head of Experimental Neurorehabilitation at the Heidelberg University Hospital in Germany. Throughout his extensive career, he has authored over 130 publications and over 300 lectures and posters. Also has almost 7000 citations on his articles.

He is on the Board of Directors for the German Spinal Cord Injury Foundation and is Chair of the International Standards Committee at the American Spinal Injury Association (ASIA).

In this interview, he covers key aspects in the field of neurorehabilitation such as the clinical benefits of exoskeleton gait training, the limitations of current technologies and his vision on the future of rehabilitation robotics.

He also shares his experience using the ABLE Exoskeleton with spinal cord injured individuals during the clinical trial at Heidelberg University Hospital. The advantages of our device compared to other exoskeletons and future lines of improvement.

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