The Abilitech™ Assist device is designed to be fit and calibrated in a single visit. Clinicians will develop a personalized care plan for each individual.
What are the Abilitech™ Assist device’s contraindications?
The Abilitech™ Assist is for individuals with neuromuscular weakness of their arms, and patients need intrinsic strength to benefit from this technology. This level of function is correlated to a manual muscle test score of a 2- to a 3+ for shoulder and elbow flexion.
• Grade two pressure injury or greater in area that may be impacted by the device wear
• Significantly unstable upper extremity joints
• Unhealed bone fractures in the upper extremities
• Inability to perform passive shoulder abduction of 120 degrees
• Inability to perform 90 degrees of passive elbow extension.
What makes the Abilitech™ Assist unique?
The Abilitech™ Assist is the only body-worn device that provides a hybrid assist at the shoulder and elbow. The technology uses springs, motors and software to optimize the support needed for each individual without overriding their existing function. Each patient can dynamically adjust their profile with the touch of a button to support lifting of different weighted objects. The Abilitech™ Assist is lightweight, comfortable and easy to use.
Is the Abilitech™ Assist recognized by the FDA?
What class of device is the Abilitech™ Assist?
The Abilitech™ Assist is an FDA Class I 510(K) exempt device. It requires a prescription from a clinician and is subject to general controls.
What is the Abilitech™ Assist’s billing code?
The HCPCS code for the Abilitech™ Assist is L3999 (Upper limb orthosis, not otherwise specified. Upper extremity SEWO multi-axis functional support assist hybrid device, custom calibrated spring tension with motorized adjustment, shoulder abduction & adduction; includes body worn vest with integrated lumbar sacral orthosis, lithium ion battery pack, all components and accessories, custom fit.)