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6th December 2010

HOCOMA AG AND IDIAG AG UNITE THEIR KNOW-HOW IN THE FIELD OF BACK PAIN THERAPY

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

23rd November 2010

SUCCESSFUL INTERNATIONAL DEBUT OF HOCOMA’S LOW BACK PAIN THERAPY INNOVATION

For the first time, Hocoma presented its newest product, the ValedoMotion, to an international public. At three events in the UK, Australia and the USA visitors had the opportunity to ask questions and try out the product themselves. Hocoma received positive feedback on its back pain therapy concept and the motivating functional treatment with the ValedoMotion. more

5th November 2010

HOCOMA – FINALIST AT THE 2010 SWISS TECHNOLOGY AWARD

In October 2010, the jury of the Swiss Technology Award presented the list of finalists for their prize, which is awarded in Switzerland on an annual basis. One of the finalists was Hocoma, nominated for Valedo™, its high-tech back pain therapy system. more

31st August 2010

SUCCESSFUL NORTH AMERICAN NEUROREHABILITATION SYMPOSIUM

Eminent experts from the field of neurological rehabilitation came together at the North American Neurorehabilitation Symposium (NANRS) 2010 from August 27 to 28, 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

26th May 2010

HOCOMA AT 90TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF AOTA

From April 29 to May 2 the AOTA Annual Conference took place in Orlando, Florida. Hocoma presented the Armeo®Spring and the Armeo®Boom – its upper extremity therapy solution – and received very posi-tive feedback from the 1000 attendees. more

19th April 2010

HOCOMA INTRODUCES LOKOMAT®NANOS

With great pleasure Hocoma announces its additional product in the Lokomat product line, the LokomatNanos. It provides all functions to perform effective robotic gait training to improve mobility in neurological patients. more

19th April 2010

FUNCTIONAL ARM AND HAND THERAPY FOR CHILDREN

The Armeo®Spring Pediatric is specifically designed for and adapted to the needs of children with movement impairments in their arms and hands resulting from neurological conditions. It is a valuable tool to improve therapy by facilitating intensive and functional movement exercises supported by motivating, game like tasks as a basis for best possible therapy outcome. more

24th February 2010

NORTH AMERICAN NEUROREHABILITATION SYMPOSIUM FROM AUGUST 27-28, 2010

The NANRS which is organized by Hocoma in cooperation with Shepherd Center will be held on August 27 – 28, 2010 in Atlanta, Ga. Shepherd Center is a private hospital specializing in medical treatment, research and rehabilitation for people with spinal cord injury and brain injury. Founded in 1975, Shepherd Center is ranked by U.S. News & World Report among the top 10 rehabilitation hospitals in the USA. more

18th January 2010

HOCOMA RECEIVES “RED HERRING GLOBAL” AWARD

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. Hocoma was honoured for its successes in the development and manufacture of automated therapy equipment for the rehabilitation of patients with neurological movement disorders. more

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