13/10/2021University of Utah engineers develop powered exoskeleton to help amputees walk with less effort.
11/10/2021According to WHO estimates, there are up to half a million new paraplegic patients in the world every year. Accidents are often the cause. But other conditions can also limit mobility, making patients dependent on a wheelchair, orthoses or functional electrical stimulation.
11/10/2021Employer, employers' liability insurance association and PARAVAN make a new job possible for Torsten Krohn, thanks to a forklift truck that has been converted for disabled access.
06/10/2021The images of prosthesis wearers Johannes Floors and Léon Schäfer sprinting and jumping their way to medals in the Paralympic Games in Tokyo are still fresh in our minds. At Ottobock Talent Days at TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen, Floors and Schäfer shared their enthusiasm and motivation with the Paralympic athletes of tomorrow.
04/10/2021Germany’s Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) is funding a research project by Ottobock. The BMBF is investing in health tech, a key field for the future, and is supporting SITiN – a joint project launched by Ottobock’s wheelchair segment, Human Mobility. In partnership with TU Dresden University, the goal is to develop an "intelligent seat for young wheelchair users".