InMotion® Robots Cited in Research Supporting AHA Guidelines

AHA Stroke Care Guidelines Recommend Robot–Assisted Therapy for upper extremity motor practice in the Inpatient, Outpatient and Chronic Care Settings

AHA references randomized controlled clinical trials using InMotion® Robots and their corresponding clinical protocols 

American Heart Association Scientific Statement Published in
Stroke Miller et al. (2010); 41:2402-2448

Care in the Inpatient Setting: Class IIa Level of Evidence A

  • “Robot-Assisted  UPPER EXTREMITY  therapy, however, can improve motor function during the inpatient period after stroke”174 175 17
  • FIM® score improvement 30% greater than control group

Improvement from robot therapy was maintained on a 3 year follow up evaluation
The InMotion ARM® Robot Drives Functional Gains in the Inpatient Setting

Care in the Outpatient Setting: Class I Level of Evidence A

  • “Robot-assisted therapy has been shown to improve UPPER EXTREMITY motor function in outpatient and chronic care settings”143
The InMotion® Arm Robot Drives Functional Gains in the Outpatient Setting


VA/DOD and the Use of Robotics for NeuroRehabilitation


VA/DOD Clinical Practice Guidelines 2010 for The Management of Stroke Rehabilitation Upper Extremity—Department of Veterans Affairs and Department of Defense


Robot-assisted movement therapy used as an adjunct to conventional therapy in patients with deficits in arm function to improve motor skill at the joints trained.