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 …
(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. …
A group of Johns Hopkins University doctors has released a new feasibility and safety study on the RECK Letto. Feasibility & safety of in-bed cycling for physical rehab in ICU Kho JCC 2015
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