Restoring independence through activities of daily living


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We create assistive technology to help those with upper-limb neuromuscular weakness or injury complete activities at home, at work, and within their community.

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Abilitech™ Medical develops assistive technologies to meet the needs of patients with upper-limb mobility limitations in three impotant areas:

  • Physical - Supporting many Activities of Daily Living that offer users greater independence.

  • Social/Emotional - Increasing the ability to engage in family or community activities that foster social and emotional connections.

  • Economic - Decreasing caregiver burden and equipping users to potentially remain or return to the workforce and reside independently.


Abilitech's current and future assistive technology portfolio includes a shoulder and elbow device (Abilitech™ Assist), a powered handgrip device (Abilitech™ Grip) and a fully robotic, voice-controlled arm and hand device (Abilitech™ APEX).



We put people first. Through collaboration with our patients, caregivers, clinicians and scientific advisors, we collect and integrate diverse feedback. Working together as one, we build meaningful clinical devices and provide continued education and support to the patients we serve.



Committed to innovative excellence with an agile team that uses technology, clinical data and insight to develop meaningful solutions to substantial problems. We collaborate with patients and clinical partners to transform ideas into groundbreaking devices that drive value for patients, clinicians



Compassion, empathy and integrity drive our mission - to restore independence to those impacted by neuromuscular weakness in their arms. We seek to provide a transformational change in quality of life for our patients, their families, and caregivers. We aim to have a physical, social and economic impact.



We are committed to generating

real world clinical evidence to guide excellence in patient care and product development, support reimbursement, and to reduce the overall cost of treating patients. We are driving excellence in both in-person and digital, telehealth service. 


Assists flexion and extension

of the elbow and shoulder.



Assists patients with extremely limited hand function.



Aims to restore functional independence to patients who have lost movement of their arms.

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