Latest in ReWalk Robotics Exoskeleton Helps Paralyzed, Pregnant Woman Complete Half Marathon
By Steve Crowe · 13 September, 2016 • Claire Lomas, a 36-year-old woman who is 16 weeks pregnant and paralyzed from the chest down, recently completed the Great North Run with the help of a ReWalk Robotics exoskeleton.ReWalk Sells 100th Personal Exoskeleton
By Steve Crowe · 7 September, 2016 • ReWalk Robotics has sold its 100th personal exoskeleton, calling it "a major milestone indicating growing adoption of personal use of exoskeletons." ReWalk has also sold more than 150 systems to rehabilitation centers.ReWalk, Wyss Institute Partner on Next-Gen Soft Exoskeletons
By Steve Crowe · 17 May, 2016 • ReWalk Robotics has partnered with the Wyss Institute to expedite development of Wyss' lightweight, soft exosuit. Is this the beginning of the end for the bulky, rigid exoskeletons we've come to know and love?ReWalk Exoskeleton Reluctantly Covered by Insurance Co.
By Steve Crowe · 16 February, 2016 • After an independent medical review organization overturned the initial denial of coverage, an insurance company in the Northwestern United States will reluctantly cover the $69,500 cost of a beneficiary's ReWalk Personal Exoskeleton.VA Now Pays for ReWalk’s Exoskeleton for Veterans
By Steve Crowe · 17 December, 2015 • The United States Department of Veterans Affairs will now cover the cost of ReWalk Robotics' exoskeleton for eligible paralyzed veterans. The exoskeleton costs $69,500 and was too expensive for many injured veterans.Exoskeleton Helps Paraplegic Defy All Odds
By RT Staff · 28 July, 2015 • Robbie Drescher became a paraplegic at 14 when he was diagnosed with a rare disease called Blue Rubber Bleb Nevus Syndrome. He was told he'd never walk again, but he's defying the odds thanks to an exoskeleton from ReWalk Robotics.ReWalk Robotics Exoskeleton Helps NH Man Walk Again
By RT Staff · 24 July, 2015 • Corey Cook was left paralyzed from the chest down after a diving accident three years ago. Now, with the help of a ReWalk Robotics exoskeleton, Cook can walk again. Cook also is the first patient to have the $70,000 exoskeleton completely covered by private, commercial insurance.ReWalk Personal 6.0 Exoskeleton Offers Fastest Walking Speed
By Steve Crowe · 14 July, 2015 • ReWalk Robotics' Personal 6.0 Exoskeleton is battery-powered system with motors at the hip and knee joints that offers a walking speed up to 1.6 MPH.ReWalk Rehabilitation Exoskeleton
By RT Staff · 30 December, 2014 • ReWalk Robotics' Rehabilitation Exoskeleton is designed for the clinical rehabilitation environment and has been deployed for several years in centers across Europe, Israel and the US.ReWalk Personal Exoskeleton
By RT Staff · 30 December, 2014 • The ReWalk personal exoskeleton can be used at home, work, or other locations. It functions outdoors and on different surfaces or terrains. The ReWalk can sit, stand, allows turning and has the ability to climb and descend stairs.FDA Approves ReWalk Robotics’ Exoskeleton
By RT Staff · 2 July, 2014 • The ReWalk exoskeleton allows some people paralyzed from the waist down to walk again, with the aid of crutches.
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