Man sitting in a wheelchair, training his left arm in the Armeo Spring, playing a game on the screen

Self-initiated movement hherapy.

By providing arm weight support, the ArmeoSpring enables patients to use any remaining motor functions and encourages them to achieve a higher number of reach and grasp movements based on specific therapy goals.

As all activity during the training is based on the patient’s own movements, this repetitive training leads to better, faster results and improved long-term outcomes.

Purpose of product

Returning to functions in daily life with repetitive motor learning for upper extremity.

Target group

Neurological patients with arm and hand impairment.

Impact for citizen

Improve independence.

Impact for staff

Motivating patients to increase number of quality repetitions.

Assessment and training data collecting to track patient progression.

Economic impact

Intensive rehabilitation leads to faster recovery and patients become independent sooner.

Cost of product

455.000,- DKK ex. VAT.

Life expectancy of product

+ 15 years with service.

Other costs of acquisition and setup

Expected annual costs

Special requirements

Room requirements:

  • Space: 3 x 3 x 2 m (L x W x H)

Is the product for personal use or can it be used by (how) many people?


Is the product intended for training purposes?


How much time is needed for the user or staff to get to know how to use of the product?

1 day course – (included in purchase price).

Has the product been presented before at other exhibitions or venues?

AAL forum 2019.

Experiences from practice (examples)

Cases stories


RIWC2020 keywords

Assessment ; Assistive Technology; Cross-sectoral Rehabilitation; Goalsetting; Habilitation; Health and function; Hospital-based Rehabilitation; ICF; Inclusion; Medical Rehabilitation; Participation; Recovery; Rehabilitation in Research and Education; Rehabilitation in Nature/Outdoor Rehabilitation; Social Activities; Technology and Accessibility