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Myomo, Inc.

14th Floor
1 Broadway,
Cambridge, 02142
Afghanistan

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Myomo, Inc. is a medical robotics Company, publically traded on the New York Stock Exchange, that offers expanded mobility for those suffering from neurological disorders and upper limb paralysis. Myomo develops and markets the MyoPro® product line of lightweight, non-invasive, powered arm braces to help restore function in the paralyzed or weakened arms and hands of individuals that have suffered a stroke, spinal cord or nerve injury such as brachial plexus injury, or other neuromuscular disability such as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) or multiple sclerosis (MS). It is the only device that, sensing a patient’s own neurological signals through non-invasive sensors on the arm, can help restore their ability to use their arms and hands so that they can return to work, live independently and reduce their cost of care.

Myomo is a small technology company that changes people's lives. Recently, a patient and potential user visiting our web site wrote "I cried when I watched your video". Working for Myomo not only gives you the chance to do good, but also the opportunity to work with a great group of bright, dedicated professionals who love the small rapid-growth company environment where you know everyone and your personal contribution is critical to the whole team's success.

Myomo is headquartered in the Cambridge Innovation Center, surrounded by hundreds of entrepreneurs and some of the best creative minds in the world.

 















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