# 2016



A manual alternative to expensive electronic tools for treating motor disabilities

Flint is a low-cost medical device intended for the rehabilitation of patients in need of gait training. Gait training is an essential part of the treatment of motor disabilities, whether reversible or irreversible, because it encourages locomotion, especially stimulating the leg muscles. The product is motion activated and has adjustments for the patient’s height, settings for forearm support, a vest for spine correction, as well as articulated orthopaedic boots to correct leg joint movements.

Altino Alexandre Cordeiro Neto

  • Santa Catarina State University

    Graduated in Industrial Design at UDESC, Altino has 5 years of experience in developing products. He has experience in industrial design, with emphasis on product design. Acting on the following topics: Design, ergonomics and virtual reality.more


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