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Multiple Neurorehabilitation Solutions

ReWalk offers a comprehensive family of rehabilitation solutions for use under the care of a therapist in a clinic or via telehealth, or for personal ownership.

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ReWalk Exoskeleton Training Resources

A collection of resources to help certified ReWalk Exoskeleton trainers conduct safe and effective therapy sessions with the device.

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Powered Exoskeleton Published Research Summary

Now available for you to download - A summary of publications of research on the usage of exoskeleton devices by persons with spinal cord injury.

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ReWalker and Paralyzed US Veteran Gene L. Discusses His Experience With The ReWalk Exoskeleton

Watch ReWalker Gene L. demonstrate walking in his ReWalk and discuss how the device has changed his life.

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Paralyzed U.S. Veterans May be Eligible for Their Own ReWalk Exoskeleton

Paralyzed U.S. Veterans may be eligible to receive a ReWalk Personal Exoskeleton at no cost to them thanks to a Department of Veterans Affairs policy.

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Walking again: Robert and Vivian Woo Testimonial

ReWalker Robert Woo and his wife Vivian share their experience.

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ReWalk Exoskeleton Training Videos

A library of videos to help ReWalk exoskeleton users and clinicians at ReWalk training clinics conduct safe and effective device usage.

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The ReWalk powered exoskeleton to restore ambulatory function to individuals with thoracic-level motor-complete spinal cord injury.

Esquenazi, Alberto, et al. "The ReWalk powered exoskeleton to restore ambulatory function to individuals with thoracic-level motor-complete spinal cord injury." American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 91.11 (2012): 911-921.

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Vertical ground reaction force-based analysis of powered exoskeleton-assisted walking in persons with motor-complete paraplegia.”

Fineberg, Drew B., et al. "Vertical ground reaction force-based analysis of powered exoskeleton-assisted walking in persons with motor-complete paraplegia." The Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine 36.4 (2013): 313-321.

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Heart rate and oxygen demand of powered exoskeleton-assisted walking in persons with paraplegia.

Asselin, Pierre, et al. "Heart rate and oxygen demand of powered exoskeleton-assisted walking in persons with paraplegia." Journal of rehabilitation research and development 52.2 (2015): 147.

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Walking with a powered robotic exoskeleton: Subjective experience, spasticity and pain in spinal cord injured persons.

Stampacchia, Giulia, et al. "Walking with a powered robotic exoskeleton: Subjective experience, spasticity and pain in spinal cord injured persons." NeuroRehabilitation 39.2 (2016): 277-283.

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Clinical effectiveness and safety of powered exoskeleton-assisted walking in patients with spinal cord injury: systematic review with meta-analysis.

Miller, Larry E et al. “Clinical effectiveness and safety of powered exoskeleton-assisted walking in patients with spinal cord injury: systematic review with meta-analysis.” Medical devices (Auckland, N.Z.) vol. 9 455-66. 22 Mar. 2016, doi:10.2147/MDER.S103102

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Effect on body composition and bone mineral density of walking with a robotic exoskeleton in adults with chronic spinal cord injury.

Karelis, Antony D et al. “Effect on body composition and bone mineral density of walking with a robotic exoskeleton in adults with chronic spinal cord injury.” Journal of rehabilitation medicine vol. 49,1 (2017): 84-87. doi:10.2340/16501977-2173

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Robotic assisted gait as a tool for rehabilitation of individuals with spinal cord injury: a systematic review.

Holanda, Ledycnarf J et al. “Robotic assisted gait as a tool for rehabilitation of individuals with spinal cord injury: a systematic review.” Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation vol. 14,1 126. 4 Dec. 2017, doi:10.1186/s12984-017-0338-7

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Robotic Rehabilitation and Spinal Cord Injury: a Narrative Review.

Mekki, Marwa et al. “Robotic Rehabilitation and Spinal Cord Injury: a Narrative Review.” Neurotherapeutics : the journal of the American Society for Experimental NeuroTherapeutics vol. 15,3 (2018): 604-617. doi:10.1007/s13311-018-0642-3

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Effectiveness of over-ground robotic locomotor training in improving walking performance, cardiovascular demands, secondary complications and user-satisfaction in individuals with spinal cord injuries: A systematic review.

Shackleton, Claire et al. “Effectiveness of over-ground robotic locomotor training in improving walking performance, cardiovascular demands, secondary complications and user-satisfaction in individuals with spinal cord injuries: A systematic review.” Journal of rehabilitation medicine vol. 51,10 (2019): 723-733. doi:10.2340/16501977-2601

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Mobility Skills with Exoskeletal-Assisted Walking in Persons with Sci: Results from a Three Center Randomized Clinical Trial

Hong, E.K. "Mobility Skills with Exoskeletal-Assisted Walking in Persons with Sci: Results from a Three Center Randomized Clinical Trial" Frontiers in Robotics and AI 7 (2020): 93.

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Changes in Bowel Function Following Exoskeletal-Assisted Walking in Persons with Spinal Cord Injury: An Observational Pilot Study.

Chun, A., et al. "Changes in Bowel Function Following Exoskeletal-Assisted Walking in Persons with Spinal Cord Injury: An Observational Pilot Study." Spinal Cord 58.4 (2020): 459-66.

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Exoskeleton home and community use in people with complete spinal cord injury

van Dijsseldonk, R. B., et al. "Exoskeleton Home and Community Use in People with Complete Spinal Cord Injury." Sci Rep 10.1 (2020): 15600.

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Effects of training with the ReWalk exoskeleton on quality of life in incomplete spinal cord injury: a single case study

Raab, Katharina, et al. "Effects of training with the ReWalk exoskeleton on quality of life in incomplete spinal cord injury: a single case study." Spinal cord series and cases 2.1 (2016): 1-3.

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