What is Keeogo?
More Than Walking
Keeogo integrates B-TEMIA’s Dermoskeleton technology to help individuals with mobility challenges that limit their autonomy in their daily activities such as:
- Going up and down stairs
- Sitting down and standing up
- Squatting, kneeling
- Standing for extended periods of time
Keeogo Waits for Your Lead
Worn on the lower body, Keeogo reads your body position and movements, and interprets your mobility intentions to help you along the way. Keeogo does not initiate any movement but waits for your lead. Once you make the first move, it provides you with the leg power you need at any given time according to the activity, so that you can regain your independence.
The main functional benefits for individuals with mobility impairments wearing Keeogo on a regular basis include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Ability to remain active, work
- Improved safety and stability
- Improved accessibility
- Possibility to prolong onset of wheelchair use
- Overall independence and freedom
Keeogo is intended for medical purposes to assist the movement ambulation of individuals with certain types of mobility issues such as difficulty walking a certain distance, climbing stairs, carrying an object for a short distance or standing in line for a long period of time.
To use Keeogo, you need to be able to initiate basic mobility movements, walk a short distance with or without an assistance device, and have sufficient balance.
Keeogo is used by individuals with:
- Knee/hip osteoarthritis
- Multiple sclerosis
- Parkinson’s disease
- Incomplete spinal cord injury (SCI)
- Inclusion Body Myositis
- Knee injuries
- Other conditions that limit mobility