Harmonic Bionics to Showcase New Bilateral Upper Extremity Robotic Rehabilitation System at APTA CSM Next Month

Harmonic Bionics, Inc. announced today that they will be showcasing their new upper extremity exoskeleton, Harmony SHR™, at the largest physical therapy conference in the country next month. Attendees of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Combined Sections Meeting can schedule appointments to demo the robot during exhibit hours February 3 – 5 at booth 1013 in San Antonio.

Guest trying Harmony SHR at Harmonic Bionics' Booth

Last Fall, the Harmonic Bionics team began touring the country and performing in-services with Harmony SHR to introduce the robotic system to providers at different hospitals and clinics. Currently, two different clinical studies are underway, including research being conducted with a prominent VA healthcare system. The company is anticipating a commercial launch later this year after obtaining FDA registration for Harmony SHR.

“We expect APTA CSM will be a great start to a very important year for Harmony SHR,” said Harmonic Bionics CEO Christopher Prentice. “After meeting with so many clinicians in the rehabilitation community these past few months, we believe there is a clinical need for new upper extremity technology in this space, and that Harmony’s unique design and capabilities can provide a real solution by augmenting the therapist and providing objective data for more accurate patient assessment.”

Visit HarmonicBionics.com to learn more or send an email to [email protected] to request an appointment at APTA CSM.

About Harmonic Bionics, Inc.

Harmonic Bionics, the robotics company for augmenting human movement, aims to empower patients and their care providers by designing intelligent technology that facilitates data-driven treatment for neurological and musculoskeletal movement impairments. Our flagship product, Harmony SHR, is a bilateral upper extremity exoskeleton designed to provide unique value in three areas of practice: neuroscience and movement science research, movement disorder assessment, and rehabilitation. We intend to optimize upper extremity therapy with Harmony SHR by enabling early intervention, increasing functional repetition, and employing patient-specific intent-based therapy through novel exercises.