Brachial Plexus Injury? Now there is real hope.
Suffering a brachial plexus injury (BPI) or other upper limb or spinal neurological damage from a vehicle, on-the-job or other accident can be devastating: pain, weakened arm, and in some cases a completely “dead arm”. Some patients have even been recommended amputation as the best alternative.
But for many, there is a better answer. Myomo, a medical robotics company based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, has developed the MyoPro. The technology was originally developed at MIT and Harvard Medical School and hundreds of patients have used it successfully. It is recommended by clinicians at leading rehabilitation facilities, including Mayo Clinic, Cleveland Clinic, Massachusetts General Hospital, Kennedy Krieger Institute, Loma Linda Medical Center and twenty VA hospitals, among others.
"It’s a good feeling. It’s given me a sense of confidence and self-sufficiency, and to me that’s pride."
Angel - BPI patient, Veteran, MyoPro User
“It was exciting to see my arm move for the first time, by just thinking about making it happen...When I first made a bicep curl using the MyoPro it was confirmation that I could make advancements and no longer be satisfied with my arm just hanging at my side”
Andrew - BPI patient, MyoPro User
"His arm was flaccid by his side, couldn’t move it, basically a dead arm…He’s made amazing progress."
Dr. Anna Serels - Physiatrist, University Hospitals Cleveland
“It’s changed my life completely. It’s given me hope where hope wasn’t before."
Alex - BPI patient, MyoPro User
Brachial Plexus Injury: Before & After
Every case is different, individual results may vary and MyoPro is not right for everyone.