On December 3 in Moscow experts from all over the world will share their most recent case studies of using exoskeletons to rehabilitate patients with SCI, disseminated sclerosis, cerebral palsy and the effects of a stroke and exchange practical experience in working with patients during acute phase, early and late recovery periods.
Development Director and Co-Founder, ExoAtlet
Senior research scientist at Duke University, PhD
Head of the Center for Bioelectric Interfaces of the Institute of Cognitive Neurosciences, HSE, PhD
Russian Physician, M.D., Surgeon, and Rehabilitologist. Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Professor. Honored Doctor of the Russian Federation
PhD, Head of the Center for Rehabilitation Medicine of the Clinical Hospital No.1 GC "Medsi" JSC
Head of the Medical Rehabilitation Service at the L.A.Vorokhobov City Clinical Hospital No.67
Head of the Federal State Budgetary Institution "Health Resort "Privolzhsky" under the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation"
W. J. Janssen
Amsterdam Rehabilitation Research Center, Center for Adapted Sports Amsterdam, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Department of Behaviour and Movement Sciences, Amsterdam Movement Sciences, the Netherlands
Dr. Habil., Leading Researcher of the State Budgetary Health and Recreational Healthcare Institution "Glinka Scientific Research Institute of Pediatric Resorts, Physiotherapy, and Medical Rehabilitation, Military Children's Sanatorium
D.M., doctor, professor, head of the neurological department of the Moscow Region's Moscow Regional Research Clinical Institute
Candidate of Engineering Sciences, Senior Researcher of the Scientific Research Institute of Mechanics of Moscow State University, Scientific Supervisor of the ExoAtlet project
T.W. Kim
National Traffic Injured Rehabilitation Hospital
Chief Specialist in Medical Rehabilitation of the N.I. Pirogov National Medical Center, Dr. Habil., Member of the Worldwide Neuro Rehabilitation WFNR
Candidate of Medical Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Physical Culture and Medical Rehabilitation at the Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of High Education of the Northern State Medical University (Arkhangelsk) under the Ministry of Health of Russia
Chief Doctor of the Clinical Hospital No.2 Federal Budgetary Health Institution "Privolzhsky District Medical Center"
Candidate of Medical Sciences, Deputy Chief Doctor for Medical Units of the Clinical Hospital No.2
Candidate of Biological Sciences, Leading Researcher of the Laboratory of Clinical Neurophysiology and Neuro Rehabilitation Technologies, Head of Neuro Rehabilitation Unit at the Center for Spinal Pathology at the St. Petersburg Research Institute of Phthisiopulmonology under the Ministry of Health of Russia
PhD, Scientific leader on medical rehabilitation, The Central Clinical Hospital of the Presidential Administration of the Russian Federation. Associate professor of Assistive physical culture, Russian State Social University
a combination of exoskeleton training with other rehabilitation methods, this continuous process leads to better health and restores the patient’s ability to walk, either partially or even completely.
begins in a hospital at the first stage of rehabilitation, after the patient’s condition has stabilized; at the second and third stage the procedure changes: sessions are conducted on an outpatient basis several times a week at medical facilities or social protection agencies. The patients who are unable to visit a hospital may choose to train at home under supervision of mobile teams.
a recent, but decisive trend based on astonishing results, which, in turn, rest upon faith, courage, daily efforts of many people... and, above all else, love. Love for their patients, their profession, exploration of new opportunities and expansion of boundaries, for science and for people.  
All over the world,
in every country,
there are people who dream to get back on their feet.
By developing and producing exoskeletons we create a tool for doctors and patients that will help thousands of people from all around the world return to a fulfilling life.
Ekaterina Bereziy, Co-Founder and Development Director of ExoAtlet LLC
"The event summarizes everything that was done in the previous years, the achievements we take great pride in, and opens new roads and new directions."
Konstantin Lyadov, M.D., member of Russian Academy of Sciences, Distinguished Doctor of Russian Federation.  
"The results that the speakers presented give a tremendous opportunity to both look back and rejoice over victories and look forward and get excited by the future."
Elena Bondarenko, Ph.D. of Medical Sciences, Assistant Professor of Physical Culture and Medical Rehabilitation at the Northern State Medical University (Arkhangelsk)
To research is to investigate something purposefully, systematically. As Mendeleev noted: "Science begins where measurements begin." We have a long road ahead. The results of the research inspire us by presenting new questions and new challenges. They resemble a thin fabric of facts, and anyone who looks at it pulls out different threads and weaves them in a unique way
  • exchange of experience between experts
    from Russia and abroad;
  • presentation of new,
    effective rehabilitation techniques;
  • prospects for development of inpatient, outpatient
    and domicillary ExoRehabilitation.
We believe
that people
can walk again
We pursue our dream to find and offer the world the best combinations of rehabilitation methods and exoskeleton training; our dream to aid strong-willed people who are ready to train and progress in order to leave their wheelchairs behind and start walking again.
The team at ExoAtlet