Having piloted the system during an Innovate UK co-funded project during 2015/16 the English Institute of Sport has invested in the MUJO upper limb devices to continue the support provided to elite level athletes on the British Gymnastics performance programme.Read more
A number of benefits of the MUJO system were recently identified in an Innovate UK funded study completed this year at The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust.
Over a 9 month period the mixed methods study identified benefits including a reduction in the burden on physiotherapists, improved exercise compliance and higher levels of patient engagement and self-management.
MUJO patent application US2014057761 has been approved by the US Patent and Trademark Office and is expected to pass through to grant in early 2017.
The US is the world's largest healthcare market, estimated at $3 trillion a year, and was among the first to initiate a shift from a volume to value based reimbursement model as part of the Affordable Care Act introduced in 2010.Read more
The MUJO 'connected' MSK devices will be provided in Bedfordshire to assist the assessment and triage of patients being referred into the system. A second location is planned for delivering and monitoring prescribed exercises at a further community physiotherapy centre set to be opened in Spring 2016.
CircleHealth won the £150 million NHS contract for delivering musculoskeletal services to the local community in Bedfordshire.Read more
Following favourable Research Ethics Committee opinion, patients are now being recruited into the clinical feasibility study which has also been accepted for inclusion into the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Clinical Research Network (CRN) portfolio database.Read more
MUJO is among 45 companies selected for this year's Biotech themed event, with entrants taken from a range of sectors including Medical Devices, Diagnostics, Therapeutics, Big Data, Consumer Healthcare and Research Technologies. The Bootcamp is set to take place at the Wellcome Genome Campus in Cambridge on 22nd February, with speakers including experienced life sciences investor Dr Andy Richards and Lord Bilimoria. Finalists will be selected to go on to present to an audience at St James's Palace on 7th March.Read more
The MUJO shoulder devices were installed at the English Institute of Sport Lilleshall National Sports Centre as part of the Innovate UK project to assess their use in a rehabilitation setting. Elite athletes training for the Rio 2016 Olympics including GB Gymnastics and Archery GB train at the facility, which is also co-located with The Royal British Legion 'Battle Back' Centre.Read more
MUJO devices are now available for use by members of The Iron Club Gym in Vauxhall, London. Iron Club Founder Mark Nuttall installed the devices having experienced a 25 year + history of shoulder problems arising from his time serving in the military.Read more
MUJO, the world’s first range of fitness machines which allow users to perform controlled multi-axial exercises though all ranges of motion, has been shortlisted at the 2015 Sports Technology Awards in the Most Promising Concept category.Read more
Artros Healthfocus Bewegingscentrum 'Movement Centre' provides corporate health training, physical assessments, functional capacity screenings, medical examinations and return to work services to employers and workers operating in the construction industry. The centre is a leading provider of workman's compensation services, training on average 4,000 patients each year, and is recognised and approved by the Construction Industry Training Fund.Read more
MuJo is now installed in the Therapies Department at The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust, Stanmore, as part of early usability testing ahead of the Innovate UK project starting on 1 April 2015.Read more
MUJO exhibited its modified shoulder units at the EUSSER International Shoulder Symposium held at The British Library, where delegates discussed managing stability and function in the shoulder and elbow.Read more
MUJO was awarded £0.4m from Innovate UK (formerly Technology Strategy Board) as part of its £6m 'Digital Health in a Connected Hospital' funding call for future Connected Care technologies. As part of the £600k collaborative R&D project, MUJO will work with project partners The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust, The University of Manchester and Qinec Ltd to connect its devices to Electronic Medical Records for remote patient monitoring and data analytics.Read more
The British Engineering Excellence Awards 2013 shortlist was announced today, with MUJO being selected in the 'Start Up of the Year' category alongside Sensor Coating Systems, Snap Ring Joint and Versarien plc.Read more