Frequently Asked Questions
Here is a list of common questions we are asked regarding PolySpine. If you have additional questions, please feel free to get in contact with us and we will be happy to discuss any queries with you directly.
If you think PolySpine might mean something to you, we would love to hear your story or ideas. We always love to hear from the community.
Yes. In Australia we are now an NDIS provider.
There is a spinal piece and head support that attaches to a supporting vest, so that someone is able to wear it. On the back of the spinal piece, we are able to attach various PolySpine attachments. Each attachment enables people to participate in new activities. For example, our chair attachment is designed to fit to many chairs, whilst supporting someone wearing PolySpine.
Anyone who requires additional head and torso support.
PolySpine is a modular, customisable supportive exoskeleton for people with moderate to severe physical disabilities. It provides core and head support to users with physical disability so that they can participate in rehabilitative and recreational activities outside of their main wheelchair or accessibility equipment.
The Polyspine concept and design is the brainchild of co-founders Clint and Riley Saban.
Riley is an active young man with Cerebral Palsy (GMFCS IV), presenting with spasticity and dystonia and has been the driving force behind this project.
Their personal lived experience combined with a real understanding of the problem at hand, has led to a brand-new way of thinking and will create new life experiences for many individuals around the world.
for a Trial
PolySpine is currently in the process of running clinical trials in Sydney, Australia.
If you are interested in participating, please fill out our Clinical Trial Expression of Interest form and one of our team members will contact you shortly.