Support and Strength
For Your Muscles

The Myosuit helps you to be mobile again

MyoSwiss - Our Goals and Vision

Movement is quality of life.

At Myoswiss, we believe that our cutting-edge technology can help people with mobility impairments make the most of their untapped potential to be physically active.

Our flagship product, the Myosuit, supports users in being physically active and enhances the work of the healthcare professionals involved in their care.

What is the Myosuit?

Support & strength for weak legs

The Myosuit is an active orthosis that enables intensive training of strength, endurance, and balance activities in any setting. Whether at home or in a physiotherapy center, use the Myosuit today to get the most out of your training sessions.

The Myosuit works like an e-bike by supporting the movements initiated by the user. It is one of lightest and most affordable active orthosis that supports the hips and knees.

How can I use the Myosuit?

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Myosuit for private use

Be active and increase mobility in your daily life!

The Myosuit supports your legs so that you can do more. Use it for leisure activities, to train at home, or together with your personal trainer or physiotherapist.

Myosuit Exoskelett der neuen Generation

Myosuit for healthcare professionals

Your assistant for gait training.

This new active orthosis helps you to get the most out of training with your patients. It is suitable for patients with different gait conditions.


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People with leg weakness can benefit from the Myosuit.

The Myosuit is available in Switzerland and Germany. Please contact us if you are located in another country.

In order to train with the Myosuit the following requirements must be met:

  • A base amount of muscle function to perform a few repetitions of the activities to be trained without support (using mobility aids like a walker or walking sticks is okay).
  • No recent trauma due to a fall or accident.
  • Physical and psychological means to perceive acoustic signals and control the orthoses.
  • Height at least 1.50m and maximum 1.95m
  • Weight maximum 110 kg