For Administrators

Robotics has been shown to improve efficiencies and outcomes in rehab. Learn more about how Harmony SHR can set your program apart from the competition.

Robotic Rehabilitation System

Harmony SHR

Harmony SHR is an exoskeleton designed to help rehabilitate the shoulder and arm for those recovering from neurological or musculoskeletal insults or injuries.

Woman demoing the Harmony SHR to lift and drink a glass of water

Woman and therapist using Harmony SHR in therapy session to throw a ball

For Your Therapists

A tool to reduce physical burden on your staff and promote workforce longevity.

Therapists are enduring intense physical labor on a daily basis, and it shows. A study by the American Journal of Occupational Therapy found that the rate of work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WMSD) for PTs and OTs is similar to that of workers in heavy manufacturing.¹

Harmony SHR provides robotic assistance during therapy sessions so therapists can spend more time on the overall treatment plan for patients and less time performing manual work.

For Your Rehab Program

Advanced technology that will set your program apart from the competition.

As a true differentiator for rehab programs, Harmony SHR may help increase market share as well as provide another avenue for attracting and retaining talent.

With a quick and easy setup, Harmony may also help improve efficiencies while allowing the opportunity for assistants or technicians to utilize technology to deliver high quality repetitions and movements for rehab patients during therapy sessions.

Patient using Harmony SHR in therapy to open a lid

For Your Patients

Accelerate recovery with the use of robotics and automation.

Increased Repetitions
Studies show that the number of movements achieved during robot-assisted therapy sessions is far higher than manual or traditional therapy.²

Robotic-Assisted Mirror Therapy
For those with hemiparesis recovering from stroke, Harmony SHR offers a truly unique way to help return function by mirroring the patient’s healthy arm movements onto the affected side in real time.

Compared to conventional therapy, evidence shows that robotic-assisted mirror therapy can accelerate the recovery curve for subacute stroke patients and help maintain gains even after intervention.³

Bob’s Story

Amy Jo’s patient, Bob Kuhn, suffered a severe and sudden onset of Guillain-Barre over four years ago and after less than four weeks of working with Harmony SHR, he experienced his largest shoulder range of motion gains in over a year.

“I’ve absolutely loved having the Harmony here to use with my patients. It’s definitely unlike anything I’ve ever seen before.”

– Amy Jo Rohe, MSOT, OTR/L

Check out Bob’s story and more on our YouTube channel.

Integrating Harmony SHR Into Your Rehab Program

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¹ Darragh, A. R., Huddleston, W., & King, P. (2009). Work-related musculoskeletal injuries and disorders among occupational and physical therapists. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 63, 351–362.

² Anne-Gaelle Grosmaire, Ophelie Pila, Petra Breuckmann and Christophe Duret. Robot-assisted therapy for upper limb paresis after stroke: Use of robotic algorithms in advanced practice.
NeuroRehabilitation. 2022;51(4):577-593.

³ Peter S. Lum, Charles G. Burgar, Machiel Van der Loos, Peggy C. Shor, Matra Majmundar, Ruth Yap. MIME robotic device for upper-limb neurorehabilitation in subacute stroke subjects: A follow-up study.