Tag: ReWalk Exoskeleton

For Our Patients, Clinician's Corner | Lauren Dudas | 24. August 2021

Who Should Use the ReWalk Personal Exoskeleton?

This robotic exoskeleton was designed with the goal of allowing people to stand and walk within the home and community after sustaining a spinal cord injury. While the device does just that, there are a few physical and functional prerequisites that must be met beforehand to ensure patient success and safety.   Indications The ReWalk is intended for use on people […]

Topics in NeuroRehabilitation, For Our Patients, Clinician's Corner | Jill Butler, PT, DPT, NCS | 28. July 2021

Topics in NeuroRehab Ep 27: Bone Density Health after Spinal Cord Injury

Hear from Dr. Christopher Cirnigliaro, Ph.D., CEP, CBDT, Senior Research Coordinator at the VA RR&D National Center for the Medical Consequences of Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) at the James J. Peters VA Medical Center in the Bronx, NY as he discusses recent research examining bone health after SCI. Learn about the current methods being utilized […]

For Our Patients | Kathleen O'Donnell | 7. July 2021

Health and Social Benefits of a Personal Exoskeleton

What do ReWalkers mean when they say that the ReWalk Personal Exoskeleton is “more than walking”? This week’s highlighted clip features Lucy Dodd, a ReWalk user in the UK, as she describes some of the benefits that she experiences as a result of her regular exoskeleton use at home and in her community, including improvements […]

Clinician's Corner | Kathleen O'Donnell | 9. June 2021

Robotics for High Intensity Rehabilitation

How many steps per day do patients typically take in locomotor training programs? (Hint: not as many as we would like!) Hear from Dr. Esquenazi, CMO of MossRehab, as he discusses the key principles and limitations of traditional locomotor training programs in neurorehabilitation, and the reasons he feels robotics for rehabilitation are an ideal tool […]

Clinician's Corner | Lina Alsauskaite | 8. June 2021

Improving Balance After SCI

A spinal cord injury frequently results in a loss of core and postural muscle control, leaving many therapists and their patients looking for ways to help improve balance after SCI. After an injury people need to re-learn how to use their remaining innervated muscles for postural control to maintain balance in various positions during functional […]

Clinician's Corner | Kathleen O'Donnell | 2. June 2021

Pathway to Personal Exoskeleton Ownership

Do you have clients with spinal cord injuries who would benefit from access to a personal exoskeleton, but aren’t sure how to help them “take the next step”? Hear from Kathryn Vaughn, PT, DPT, as she talks through the pathway to personal exoskeleton ownership for individuals with spinal cord injury and highlights how the ReWalk […]

Clinician's Corner | Kathleen O'Donnell | 26. May 2021

ReWalk Personal Exoskeleton Training Expectations

What does it take to learn how to walk again? At their first clinic day, it can be challenging for future ReWalkers to know what to expect. We asked one of our expert ReWalkers, Derek Herrera to reflect on his early training experiences with the ReWalk Personal Exoskeleton to help future walkers better prepare for […]

| ReWalk Marketing | 7. May 2021

Arizona Spinal Cord Injury Association and ReWalk Educational Webinar

Join us for a ReWalk educational webinar on rehabilitative and mobility technology! In this educational webinar, you will learn more about the ReWalk Exoskeleton, who may be able to use them and the process to seek evaluation, training, and insurance coverage for one. Date and Time:  Friday May 7, 2021 via Zoom; 7:00 PM EST […]

Clinician's Corner | Jill Butler, PT, DPT, NCS | 4. May 2021

Treating Pain after SCI

As a clinician, one of the patient complaints we most often find ourselves trying to help solve is that of chronic pain; and in the case of patients that have survived spinal cord injury (SCI), this can be an especially intense and pervasive issue.   Pain after SCI  After spinal cord injury pain is a frequent complication with approximately half to two-thirds of patients suffering from […]

ReWalk in the News | Jill Butler, PT, DPT, NCS | 27. April 2021

NH ReWalker Discharged Home With Device!

So happy and excited to announce our latest member to complete training and officially join the ReWalker family, Carolyn! Thank you to the outpatient PT team, and everyone involved at Littleton Regional Healthcare for all the hard work and love they put into getting Carolyn and her husband Roger to this point. See their story […]

Clinician's Corner | Kathryn Vaughn, PT DPT | 29. March 2021

What is the ReWalk Clinic Day Program?

At ReWalk Robotics we know that it is not always feasible for clinics to purchase highly specialized equipment to treat a niche neurological patient population. And we are especially sympathetic in a year with a global pandemic that has drastically reduced capital budgets. That’s why we offer programs such as the ReWalk Clinic Day. Through […]

Topics in NeuroRehabilitation, For Our Patients, Clinician's Corner | Kathleen O'Donnell | 17. February 2021

EP 22: Stories from Exoskeleton Users – Becoming a Successful Home User

Topics in NeuroRehabilitation – Episode 22. Hear stories from four home and community exoskeleton users as they each discuss what the process was like to go through training and transition from the clinic to the home and community environment. Each user shares a unique perspective and offers insights from their experience to provide tips for […]