The Erigo is an innovative tilt table with integrated robotic stepping functions. It provides the opportunity to begin intensive movement therapy and physiological loading of the lower limbs at an early stage after onset combined with the possibility of simultaneous up-righting of the patient. The Erigo offers a solution for early, intensive therapy. The product is based on research and development activities at the Heidelberg University Hospital and the Balgrist University Hospital.
Hocoma is the global market leader for the development, manufacturing and marketing of robotic and sensorbased devices for functional movement therapy. The Swiss based medical technology company was founded in the year 1996 as a limited liability company by the electrical and biomedical engineers Gery Colombo and Matthias Jörg and by the economist Peter Hostettler.