Robotic Assisted


Robotic rehabilitation therapy offers hope to patients of all ages suffering from neurological impairment due to stroke, injury or disease (like Parkinson's). Using advanced robotics, our team helps you reduce pain and improve your ability to move, stand, walk or grasp and manipulate objects.

Active-assistive robotic technologies are intelligent devices that use sensors to monitor human movement and positioning, then use this feedback in order to interact with you, the patient.

Robotic surgery may be used for a number of different procedures, including: Coronary artery bypass. Cutting away cancer tissue from sensitive parts of the body such as blood vessels, nerves, or important body organs. Gallbladder removal.