Author: Kathleen O'Donnell
Webinar on Paretic Propulsion and Exo-Suits for Gait Rehabilitation after CVA – now available on demand!
Were you unable to attend last month’s live webinar? Click here to register now and watch instantly on-demand! Hear from Professor Lou Awad, PT, DPT, PhD from Boston University, and Kathleen O’Donnell from ReWalk Robotics as they introduce key aspects of exo-suit technology, discuss the importance of paretic propulsion during post-stroke gait training, and highlight […]
Robotics for Spinal Cord Injury
In this highlight video, Professor Shuo-Hsiu (James) Chang, PT, PhD talks through some of his ideas on how robotic technology can be introduced in SCI rehabilitation in different ways depending on the individual impairments and functional goals.
ReStore Clinical Data
In this highlight video, Dr. Alberto Esquenazi from Moss Rehab presents data from the ReStore clinical trial to demonstrate how the Restore system can be utilized to promote faster walking velocities and improved gait symmetry to accelerate the process of learning during gait rehabilitation after stroke. This is a highlighted clip from Episode 18 of […]
Exoskeleton and Exo-Suit Progression Strategies
In this highlight video Matt Giffhorn, PT, DPT, NCS from the Shirley Ryan Ability Lab answers one of the questions we hear a lot: “How can I maximize the benefits of an Exoskeleton or an Exo-Suit to make sure I continue to progress and challenge my neuro rehab patients?”
JNPT Webinar – ReStoring Paretic Propulsion
Thank you for attending this webinar by ReWalk and the Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy! We hope you enjoyed the presentation and learned more about the need for paretic propulsion during post-stroke gait training – and how exo-suits can help achieve this. To schedule a virtual or in-clinic demonstration of the ReStore Exo-Suit, please reach […]
Video Overview of the ReStore Exo-Suit
The ReStore Exo-Suit for stroke rehabilitation is introduced, explained and demonstrated in this highlighted clip from Episode 01 of Topics of NeuroRehabilitation.
Publication Alert: ReStore Multi-Site Clinical Trial
This largest-to-date exo-suit research study analyzes device safety, reliability and feasibility with 44 subjects post-stroke across 5 leading US rehabilitation institutions.