ReWalk Robotics GmbHAttention Health & Rehab Event attendees! Are you interested in witnessing groundbreaking advancements in the field of mobility and rehabilitation? Look no further! ReWalk Robotics invites you to visit our booth at the Health & Rehab Event in Copenhagen.
Join us at Booth C1-007 to experience firsthand our cutting-edge solutions that are transforming the lives of individuals with lower limb disabilities. Discover the incredible ReWalk Exoskeleton, an innovative wearable robotic system that empowers individuals with spinal cord injuries to stand up, walk, and even climb stairs with increased independence. Witness the power of advanced sensors, motorized joints, and an intuitive control system that mimics natural human movement.
Don't miss this incredible opportunity to explore the forefront of rehabilitation robotics and discover how ReWalk Robotics is shaping the future of mobility and independence.
Are you curious to hear firsthand experiences from someone who has been positively impacted by the ReWalk Exoskeleton? We have a special treat for you! Meet Andre van Rüschen, a dedicated ReWalker who has been using the ReWalk system since 2012. Andre will share his personal story of how the ReWalk Exoskeleton has transformed his life, enabling him to regain mobility and independence after a spinal cord injury. He will demonstrate the incredible capabilities of the ReWalk system and answer any questions you may have about his experience with this life-changing technology.
Join us at Booth C1-007 at the Health & Rehab Event in Copenhagen, and let us demonstrate how our innovative solutions can make a profound difference in the lives of individuals with mobility impairments. See you there!
About ReWalk Robotics
ReWalk Robotics is an innovative medical device company that designs, develops, and commercializes powered solutions that provide gait training and mobility for individuals with lower limb disabilities. ReWalk Robotics is a pioneering and leading company at the forefront of the robotics industry, revolutionizing the way individuals with lower limb disabilities regain mobility and independence. With cutting-edge technology and a passion for improving the quality of life, ReWalk Robotics has developed innovative solutions that empower people with spinal cord injuries and stroke survivors to enhance their mobility.
About ReWalk Exoskeleton
ReWalk's flagship product, the ReWalk Exoskeleton, represents a remarkable breakthrough in assistive robotics. This wearable robotic system is designed to provide individuals with spinal cord injuries the ability to stand up, walk, and even navigate stairs with increased independence. By leveraging advanced sensor technology, motorized joints, and a sophisticated control algorithm, the ReWalk Exoskeleton mimics natural human movement patterns, enabling users to regain mobility and experience life from an upright position.
Here are some key features:
- ON-BOARD COMPUTER CONTROL SYSTEM. BATTERY POWER SUPPORTS FULL-DAY USE.
- COMPLETELY SELF SUPPORTING; USER DOES NOT FEEL SYSTEM WEIGHT
- USER CAN STAND UPRIGHT, WALK, TURN AND CLIMB STAIRS. SYSTEM CAN BE USED INDOORS AND OUTDOORS.
- POWERED HIP AND KNEE MOTION SYSTEM MOVES WITH THE USER.
- THE MOST CUSTOMIZABLE EXOSKELETON; FITTED AND CONFIGURED SPECIFICALLY FOR THE USER
- ADJUSTABLE ANKLE SYSTEM PROVIDES OPTIMIZED STEP PATTERN AND EASED DONNING/ DOFFING
ReWalk = MORE THAN WALKING
Clinical studies* show that standing and ambulation in the ReWalk provides potential health benefits, such as:
*Interim Data, Presented at 2014 AAPM&R Annual Assembly- Exoskeletal- Assisted Walking for Spinal Cord Injury
- Reduction of some medications for certain ailment
- Improved bowel and bladder function
- Decrease in body fat
- Decreased pain, better pain management
- Increase of lean muscle mass Decreased muscle spasticity
- Improved Mental Health
ReWalk Robotics continues to refine and improve the ReWalk Exoskeleton through ongoing research and development efforts. By harnessing the power of robotics and innovative engineering, the company aims to enhance the mobility, freedom, and overall quality of life for individuals with spinal cord injuries, enabling them to reintegrate into society and pursue their aspirations with renewed confidence.