Sherri Wallis of REX Bionics recently presented a poster at the International Symposium on Wearable & Rehabilitation Robotics titled “A Treatment Proposal with Lower Extremity Robotic Devices: Performance of Postural Analysis and Determination of Exercises Using the REX Robot.” To see the entire poster, please click here.
When an operation to remove a spinal tumor in 2011 left Ali Ahmed Saleh Al-Mehrezi paralyzed, he thought he would never walk again and would spend the rest of his years lying in a bed. REX changed his outlook on life. Read his story here.
The following testimonial comes from Nick Yarter and his mother, Laura Hunter, of Canton, Massachusetts: Nicholas Yarter, 16, sustained a C4-C5 injury in a diving accident on May 8, 2015. He has been confined to a wheelchair since. Upon meeting REX for the first time, Nick regained his sense of balance and center of gravity and got used to walking …
Lilly could not operate an ordinary work chair because of crippling arthritis. However, her VELA Tango El chair has restored her independence at home. Read her story here.
(March 11, 2016) REX Bionics Plc, the pioneer of the REX Robot technology that enhances the mobility of wheelchair users, is pleased to announce that a proposed modification to REX would allow it to be used by U.S. service members who have lost lower limbs in the earliest stages of their rehabilitation under a Material Transfer Agreement with the U.S. …
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