Experience walking again with the ReWalk Exoskeleton- now enabling access to stairs and curbs

Let ReWalk help you to experience the life-changing advantages of using a ReWalk Exoskeleton. ReWalk Robotics is your partner through the evaluation, trial, training process, and beyond, with dedicated care team members for each step of the way.

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The only personal exoskeleton with access to stairs and curbs

  • Confidence —Regain a greater sense of control after spinal cord injury.
  • Inclusion —Stand eye-to-eye with others and re-engage in social activities.
  • Access —Regain walking access to everyday venues and terrains, including stairs and curbs.
  • Frequency —Integrate into your daily activities for more opportunities to achieve the clinical benefits of walking.

Life-changing robotics

The ReWalk Personal Exoskeleton provides powered hip and knee motion and adjustable ankle joints to enable individuals with spinal cord injury to stand upright and walk during activities of daily life in their home and community. It is the only personal exoskeleton FDA-cleared for use on stairs and curbs.¹




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U.S. Department of
Veterans Affairs


Experience the benefits of walking with the leader in personal exoskeleton technology

Use the ReWalk Exoskeleton as a part of a home-based walking program to elevate your health and well-being after a spinal cord injury.

Studies and user surveys have shown that regular exoskeleton- assisted walking programs result in a range of health benefits for people with spinal cord injuries.2,3,4,5, 6

  • Improved Spasticity
  • Improved Trunk Control
  • Improved Quality of Life
  • Improved Mental Health
  • Improved Circulation
  • Improved Pain Management
  • Improved Bowel and Bladder Function


I can unequivocally state that this technology has changed my life for the better physically,  emotionally, and psychologically.

Derek Herrera, USMC Veteran, ReWalker since 2014

1. FDA clearance letter K221696, dated March 3, 2023
2. Gorman et al., J Clin Med (2021)
3. Duddy et al., Sensors (2021)
4. Shackleton et al., J Rehab Med (2019)
5. Juszczak et al., Topics Spin Cord Inj Rehab (2018)
6. ReWalk user survey, 2022 N=41