Technology to Bring high quality neuro-rehabilitation in every home guided by Artificial Intelligence

The Motus Hand and Foot are the only FDA Class 1 at-home stroke rehab robots in the world with active assistance. Scientific studies have shown The Motus Hand and Foot induce equivalent functional improvements to those observed with standard clinical care. Motus technology uses high-dose repetitive task practice to induce neuroplasticity to help stroke survivors improve hand and foot function.


Using Neuroplasticity to retrain the brain

“leveraging the ability of neural networks in the brain to change through growth and reorganization”

Safe and Effective: Dozens of Scientific Publications and a decade of clinical research

“The Hand Mentor provides an effective means to improve upper limb motor function and performance of activities of daily living”

(AOTA, Rosenstein et al. 2008)

“The Hand Mentor is an effective adjunct to deliver intensive rehabilitation important in upper limb functional recovery”

(APTA, Kutner et al. 2010)

“When combined with a home exercise program, the Hand Mentor provides similar or greater improvements in upper limb function than home exercise alone”

(Linder et al. 2013)

“The Hand Mentor improves quality of life and depression symptoms when utilized in the stroke survivor’s home.”

(Wolf et al. 2015)

“Home-based, robotic therapy provided by the Hand Mentor reduced costs (65%), while expanding access to a rehabilitation modality for people who would not otherwise have received care.”

(Housley et al. 2016)


Designed to work at home

Built for Independent Use

The Motus Hand and Foot can be used without needing help from a clinician or caregiver. The robot and the monitor can be operated by the stroke survivor so you can do your rehab when it is most convenient for you.

Patented Assistive Technology

The device is connected to a pneumatic actuator — an air pump — that assists the user when necessary.
Our stroke rehabilitation technology tracks movement activity during therapy and provides assistance when the user is struggling to finish a complete movement.

A Digital Therapist for Personal Rehab

The monitor that connects to the device displays games which provide the user with an interactive way to do their therapy.
The Motus AI constantly tracks and monitors user recovery so that it can adjust the level of assistance and resistance based on individual user needs.

Biofeedback To Rewire Brain Signals

The Motus Hand & Foot sensors detect when you’re making correct movements. A signal is sent to give your brain feedback when you complete a correct movement. Over time your brain will recognize these signals and be able to recreate the movement.


Get more repetitions with games designed to keep you engaged for hours.

Consistent repetitive use of impaired limbs

Repetition is the single best way to continue improving movement after stroke. Motus games keep you engaged for hours so you can pack in a high number of repetitions.

Relearning simple motor activities

Stroke recovery can be a long process of relearning how to walk or eat independently. Motus games help you get there faster by increasing your hours of therapy.

Reduced depression and stronger motivation

Boring home exercises demotivate survivors which can lead to depression. Motus games can keep you engaged for hours by stimulating your brain leading to reduced depressive symptoms and better motivation.



Track your progress in real time

Total Hours
Range of Motion

“One thing I love to do is after I do a session with the Hand I like to generate the report so I can see how many repetitions I’ve done and that’s been very helpful.”

Maddi N, Young Stroke Survivor