ReWalk is a wearable robotic exoskeleton that provides powered hip and knee motion to enable individuals with spinal cord injury (SCI) to stand upright, walk, turn, and climb and descend stairs*. The system provides user-initiated mobility through the integration of a wearable brace support, a computer-based control system and motion sensors. The system allows independent, controlled walking while mimicking the natural gait patterns of the legs.

The ReWalk technology is designed for all-day use at home, at work, and in the community. It is the most used and most studied exoskeleton system of its kind via clinical studies and extensive laboratory testing.

*Stairs function not currently available in the USA.

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ReWalk is intended for use by Individuals with lower limb disabilities whose hands and shoulders can support crutches or a walker. ReWalk users need to meet the height requirement between 5’3” and 6’3” (160-190cm), as well as the weight requirement up to 220lbs (100 kg).
Other factors such as bone density and range of motion need to be considered and will be evaluated during screening. In addition, a trained companion is required for community use.

Contact us for more information on being evaluated.


There are numerous events each year where you can see the ReWalk device in use and potentially be screened and/ or experience the device.
Please visit our Events Section to find one near you. There may not be one currently scheduled, so please contact us if you would like to receive notification of events in your area, and be sure to like our Facebook page for information on future events and announcements.


ReWalk is the only exoskeleton system cleared by the FDA for both personal use as well as use in a rehabilitation setting in the United States. ReWalk has also received regulatory clearances in several global geographies including: North America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Asia, and the Middle East.
Please use the link below to find the training centers in your region.


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