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Orthotics, prosthetics and exoskeletons



Continued therapy after rehabilitation using technology


From until

Supported by

EFRO - Europees Fonds voor
Regionale Ontwikkeling


In 2016, we inaugurated the "REVAlution" post-rehabilitation center, a welcoming space for individuals who have completed their rehabilitation journey and wish to continue exercising. Our team continues to provide support on both mental and physical levels, utilizing the latest technologies.

Moreover, the center extends its offerings to encompass various services associated with rehabilitation. These include access to a tailor specializing in custom clothing, an insurance expert, a bicycle repair shop, and more. This comprehensive approach underscores our commitment to holistic rehabilitation.

Our rehabilitation services primarily cater to individuals grappling with neurological conditions, spinal cord injuries, stroke (CVA) survivors, orthosis and prosthesis users, as well as those with multiple sclerosis, among others.


This project includes three major objectives:

  • Firstly, we aimed to establish a post-rehabilitation center.
  • Secondly, we initiated longitudinal research, meaning that we track all individuals using an exoskeleton on a quarterly basis.
  • Thirdly, we are building an ecosystem around the center. By this, we mean the entire system of services and support surrounding the center, extending beyond the rehabilitation process itself.

Our role

Mobilab & Care, as a partner of REVAlution, conducts extensive research across testing, practical, and innovative phases. This involves quarterly monitoring of all individuals using an exoskeleton, including an assessment of their quality of life, participation, medication usage, doctor visits, and more.

Additionally, Mobilab & Care actively contributes to the development of an ecosystem. Co-creation sessions have been organized in collaboration with Licalab and Voka, resulting in two additional sub-projects: one focused on chronic wound care and another exploring the use of virtual reality in rehabilitation.


Research manager

Lieven De Maesschalck

Innovation manager for the team, end-user driven with the aim of creating impact at the intersection of technology and wellbeing.


Tessa Delien

Researcher and occupational therapist dedicated to promoting the inclusion and participation of individuals with disabilities. Everyone has the right to fully participate in our society.


Koen Janssens

Seeks to create a healthy body for all. Passionate about anatomy. Physiotherapist, coach, cook, and (forced) K3-lover


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