Media Releases

13th February 2020

Hocoma completes transition of founders

As part of the evolution of Hocoma within the DIH Group, the transition and hand-over of Dr. Gery Colombo and Dr. Peter Hostettler took place. more

22nd November 2018

The Enabler: Gery Colombo

"If you want to be successful, I think it is very important that you have a vision and that you always challenge the status quo. " more

13th November 2018

Hocoma partners with FREI

Strengthening the continuum of care with medical training therapy (MTT) devices more

12th November 2018

Hocoma to reveal HocoNet at MEDICA 2018

Düsseldorf, Germany – 12 November 2018. Leading medical technology company Hocoma will today debut the latest addition to its extensive portfolio for functional movement therapy: HocoNet®, a software platform that seamlessly connects to Hocoma and partner devices and to existing hospital information systems. MEDICA 2018 isn’t just the leading international trade fair for the medical sector. It is the stage on which Hocoma, the global market leader in robotic and sensor-based devices for functional movement therapy, will present HocoNet® for the first time. more

20th August 2018

DIH Appoints New Chief Financial Officer

Volketswil, Switzerland. DIH, the visionary corporate holding group to which Hocoma belongs, today announced the appointment of Mark Faris as Chief Financial Officer. Faris joins DIH from Veeam Software, where he contributed to fast growth and supported the change management necessary to facilitate said growth. more

7th June 2018

GERMAN DESIGN COUNCIL HONORS ANDAGO®

VOLKETSWIL, Switzerland – 7 June 2018. Yesterday, the German Design Council announced the winners of the first-ever German Innovation Award. Among them was the Andago in the category “Excellence in Business to Business.” more

28th May 2018

Hocoma announces market launch of Armeo®Senso

VOLKETSWIL, Switzerland – May 28, 2018. Hocoma is pleased to announce the formal launch of the ArmeoSenso, a sensor-based solution for patients with mild to moderate impairments of the upper extremity. The ArmeoSenso completes Hocoma’s modular Armeo Therapy Concept for all stages of arm and hand function recovery by allowing patients to extend their treatment beyond the clinic walls: Thanks to its easy-to-use interface and its light-weight and compact design, patients can continue to make progress in the comfort of their own home. more

29th September 2017

Hocoma installs its first C-Mill VR+ in Germany

Volketswil, Switzerland, September 29, 2017 - The Swiss medical technology company Hocoma today announced that it installed a C-Mill VR+ in a German therapy center. The treadmill that helps patients with gait and balance impairments relearn to walk is the first device of its kind in Germany. more

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