The Abilitech Assist device, launching in 2020, is a one-of-a-kind wearable assistive device that supports patients with upper-limb weakness or injury to perform independent activities of daily living. The low-profile, custom-calibrated device enables patients to use their own strength for movement of the arms.
Abilitech Medical is committed to clinical research and developing clinical evidence, in collaboration with medical professionals, researchers and industry groups, to support the use of our products and improve the quality of life for patients with upper-limb neuromuscular conditions.
Schulze Multi-Center Muscular Dystrophy Ability Study
The Schulze Multi-Center Muscular Dystrophy Ability Study is a clinical study that will be conducted at the University of Minnesota and Gillette Children’s Hospital. The study will enroll patients with Muscular Dystrophy with the objective to measure how the Abilitech Assist device can help them complete activities of daily living and impact their quality of life.