6th December 2010
HOCOMA AG AND IDIAG AG UNITE THEIR KNOW-HOW IN THE FIELD OF BACK PAIN THERAPY – THE TWO SWISS MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY COMPANIES WILL WORK TOGETHER STARTING JANUARY 1, 2011.
Volketswil/Fehraltorf, December 6, 2010. Two successful Swiss companies, Hocoma and idiag, are setting up a collaboration that will support low back pain therapy. Hocoma’s innovative idea for low back pain therapy, the Valedo™ Therapy Concept, will be expanded by the the SpinalMouse®, the first spinal measurement device of its kind, which makes it possible to combine spinal data with back exercise. The idiag SpinalMouse® will be sold under the Hocoma name and design as ValedoShape. more
31st August 2010
NORTH AMERICAN NEUROREHABILITATION SYMPOSIUM IN ATLANTA PRESENTED NEWEST DEVELOPMENTS AND ACHIEVEMENTS IN NEUROLOGICAL REHABILITATION.
From August 27 to 28, 2010, scientists, engineers and clinicians gathered at Shepherd Center to discuss the latest trends in neurorehabilitation. Atlanta, GA, 31. August 2010. Eminent experts from the field of neurological rehabilitation came together at the North American Neurorehabilitation Symposium (NANRS) 2010 to discuss new technologies, the application of virtual environments and research in spinal cord injury, stroke, traumatic brain injury, cerebral palsy and other neurological pathologies. More than 20 international speakers and nearly 180 participants agreed on the important role of robotics in neurorehabilitation. Furthermore, Hocoma’s latest robotic gait device, the Lokomat®Nanos, made its North American debut at the NANRS 2010. more
19th January 2010
Swiss company one of the 100 most innovative start-ups world-wide. The Red Herring jury in California selected the 100 best and most promising private technology companies from Europe, North America, Asia, the Middle East and Africa out of a group of 200 finalists. The Swiss medical technology company Hocoma was one of those receiving this award. This company was honoured for its world-wide market-leading performance in neurorehabilitation technology. more