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Patient Experience


Restoring your independence.

Making a physical, social, and economic impact.

Abilitech Medical devices are designed to improve the lives of hundreds of thousands of people in the United States affected by neuromuscular conditions.


"I am able to..."


"The Abilitech Assist would help me be more independent in my career and do more for myself"


"The Abilitech Assist device has the potential to help me regain my independence and dignity"


"With the Abilitech Assist, I'm able to eat a meal with friends independently. I   feel more like myself. I couldn't do that without the Abilitech Assist"

Dr. Samir

"My dream is to be able to use my arm again, make things easier for my wife, and go back to the profession I love and live for"

Abilitech Assist designed to help with activities of daily living like eating independently

The Abilitech™ Assist device is designed to be 

Comfortable icon, Abilitech Assist device is designed to be comfortable to wear
Lightweight icon, the Abilitech Assist device is designed to be lightweight for the user
Easy to use icon, the Abilitech Assist is designed to be easy to use for the user



Easy to use 

  • Available in a range of sizes 

  • Single calibration completed in one visit 

  • Adjustments made quickly 

  • You control the movement of your arms 

  • Device is easily adjusted for the weight of different objects with the press of a button 

  • Springs at the shoulder and elbow support your existing strength for smooth and natural movements of the arm 



Everyday people who do and overcome the extraordinary. To many, these individuals are spouses, colleagues, teachers, parents, siblings and friends. To us, they are heroes.



Our commitment to clinical research is fundamental to the mission of restoring independence to 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 is being conducted at the University of Minnesota and Gillette Children’s Hospital. The study is enrolling 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.



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Neuromuscular illnesses and injuries affect a variety of patients. The following resources may help you or your loved ones.