Axinesis is a spin-off of the Université catholique de Louvain (Belgium), which has a clear mission: to improve the functional recovery of patients through innovative and accessible technologies dedicated to the rehabilitation of the upper limbs of patients with brain damage including adults with stroke or children with cerebral palsy.

One of the first solutions developed by Axinesis is the REAplan® system.

This interactive and self-adapting robotic medical device combines robotics and therapeutic gaming, with the aim of improving upper limb rehabilitation, through personalized assistance to patients' arm movements.

More specifically, the intensity of repeated movements, as permitted by REAplan, optimizes the process of neuronal reorganization, also known as neuroplasticity, after brain damage, and then contributes to motor development in children with cerebral motor disabilities as well as recovery in adults with stroke.