Halley Orthopedics was founded in Southeast Michigan in 2005. The company’s objective was simple: improve the results of knee surgery through new rehabilitation technology. The result of years of research and development was the first model of the X10 Knee Rehabilitation Machine in 2011. Since then many thousands of knee patients have recovered using the X10™.
Halley Orthopedics is the recipient of the Automation Alley Startup of the Year award.
The Trouble with Knee Surgeries
It is essential to your recovery from knee surgery that you get your range of motion back quickly. After surgery you are in a race against time. It is you vs. scar tissue. If you win you have a successful knee replacement and get back to living you life as planned. If you lose, you will not regain the mobility that you are seeking. Your surgery will be a failure.
At X10 Therapy our mission is to revolutionize knee rehabilitation. With our new approach to rehabilitation we are now capable of helping patients recover from joint replacement and other knee surgeries better and faster. Together with our home care, inpatient, outpatient and surgeon partners, we provide a full-service rehabilitation solution that gets X10 patients Back to Full Strength™ much faster and better than with traditional therapy.
Our organization was built on the partnership of two pioneers – engineer Paul Ewing and orthopedic surgeon David Halley, MD – who together invented a new approach to joint movement that minimizes pain and delivers rapid results. The result of their work is the X10™ Knee Rehabilitation Machine. The X10™ has helped thousands of patients recover fast, and with significantly less pain than was possible before the advent of the device. Through patented technology the X10™ helps patients and therapists achieve results that were previously thought unattainable.