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In the complex world of healthcare our long history of data-driven solutions lets us disrupt the category. We’re not only driving better outcomes on a human level, but also on a business level as well. Our respect for process and passion for empirical solutions allow us to translate our experience into this challenging and rewarding industry.
Life Beyond Barriers is a division of Urban Science dedicated to breaking through barriers in pursuit of health. Its leaders combine breakthrough biomedical, biotechnological, and rehabilitation skills to eliminate some of life’s most challenging health related barriers.
Life Beyond Barriers Rehabilitation Group is an intensive, non-traditional wellness program focused on patient recovery from neurological movement disorders via individualized and innovative therapy of the mind, body and spirit. With perseverance, certified therapeutic experts and global-leading technology, we push beyond barriers to achieve more happy, healthy and full lifestyle.
Talem brings together thought leaders from industry, medicine and academia in order to empower the persistent to succeed with life-changing assistive devices. Our flagship product is the groundbreaking X-Ar exoskeletal arm. It’s a cuff that cradles a person’s arm, allowing a patented, highly-specialized configuration of hardware to provide the zero gravity support necessary to reach farther and accomplish more. From becoming a new limb for a permanently injured patient to being a proxy for a surgeon to perform the most delicate and lengthy procedures, it has an incredibly large and diverse group of uses.
Believing the brain is elastic and can be re-trained, the MyndMove device is a functional electrical stimulation therapy currently in trials. It’s a non-invasive protocol designed to improve voluntary limb movement and function in patients whose brains have been damaged by stroke, traumatic brain injury or spinal cord events.