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Revolutionizing Neurological Rehabilitation: Ottobock's Exopuls Mollii Suit

Nov 28, 2023

Innovative Solutions Enhancing Mobility, Posture, and Quality of Life for Individuals with Neurological Disorders

On November 28th, SSST University hosted a lecture where Ottobock, in collaboration with the partner association Šentis from Sarajevo, presented the revolutionary Exopuls Mollii suit. Kristoffer Birkedahl, a representative of Ottobock, explained the technology behind the suit's effectiveness, showcasing its benefits for individuals with neurological disorders.

The Exopuls Mollii suit provides the ability to control symptoms of spasticity—a debilitating movement disorder common in individuals with cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, those who have experienced strokes, and individuals with other neurological conditions.

The lecture provided a comprehensive exploration of the suit's applications and numerous advantages. Birkedahl skillfully clarified the powerful impact of the suit in improving muscle mobility, posture, movement, and overall quality of life. The suit consists of pants, a jacket, and a detachable control unit made from comfortable, breathable, washable synthetic materials, using innovative electrical signals for a safe and reversible treatment.

Wearing the therapeutic suit works towards reducing spasticity, increasing movement efficiency, improving posture, relieving pain, enhancing balance, reducing fatigue, and improving sleep. The treatment involves wearing the suit for one hour at intervals of one day until the patient's condition improves.

The organization of this lecture was made possible by the project "Innovations and Digitalization of Small and Medium Enterprises in Bosnia and Herzegovina/EU4DigitalSME," funded by the European Union and the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development of the Federal Republic of Germany. The project, implemented by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, aims to increase Bosnia and Herzegovina's capacity to support private sector development through innovation and digitalization.

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