Selfit Therapist Robot

Selfit Therapist Robot

Selfit is a digital robotic care startup based in Israel, with early operations in the UK. We’ve developed a unique human-machine interaction for the ageing population focused on physical and congnitive health. Some of the applications are rehabilitation related (Neuro, Cardiac, Geriatrics) others are designed for prevention and wellness phases (elderly falls, cognitive impairments).Our robot is currently installed in several facilities in Israel and UK. We are working to gain more data and validation, and invite researchers, hospitals, and clinical partners to contact us to explore collaboration.

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With the ageing of population there is a growing need for prevention and rehabilitation services. But this market is still based on 1:1 session between a patient and a therapist. With 1B people over 60 years old and, automation of manual processes could be very efficient to face the huge demand.

Selfit has developed a unique, automated, human-machine interaction, focusing on brain and heart conditions, which are the most common disorders among the elderly population. We've developed a platform for smart intervention based on years of research in motor learning and neuroplasticity domains. This kind of interaction enables a clinical effective and intuitive, full body intervention, focusing on physical and cognitive health.

The Selfit Robot

Our robot communicates with the patient like a real physical therapist. It conducts clinical assessments to better understand the patient’s status and then proceed to exercise and treatment. We are using AR technology to project therapy sessions on the floor, demonstrating the patient what exercises he needs to perform and how to perform them better. The Selfit Robot monitors the patient’s ongoing performance, incorporate it with our proprietary data analytics for better outcomes. 

In number of pilots and a clinical trial with Stroke patients – we have demonstrated better functional outcomes, improved self-efficacy and satisfaction by patients and therapists.