Motorized exoskeleton for movement assistance

Robotic ReWalk Personal 6.0 System, walking exoskeleton

The new ReWalk Personal 6.0 System is designed for all day use at home and in the community.
The Rewalk Personal exoskeleton is the most customizable exoskeleton and is configured specifically for you. This precise fit optimizes safety, function and joint alignment.

ReWalk is a portable robotic exoskeleton that allows people with spinal cord injury to stand, walk, turn, climb and descend stairs. ReWalk is the first exoskeleton to receive FDA approval for personal and rehabilitative use in the United States.

The Neuro-Concept center is a recognized training center by ReWalk, our therapists have passed the initial and advanced training to allow you to provide an adapted, optimal training until you are autonomous with the exoskeleton.

Studies and presentations highlighting the benefits of the Rewalk system are available here.

ReWalk® benefits

Bone Density

Increases bone density and prevents loss in bone mineral density related to age or some neurological conditions.

Muscle strength and power

Improves performance in everyday life.

Posture and balance

The shift weight support allows balance and trunk control improvement.

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Cardiovascular function

Increases blood circulation and improves cardiovascular function.

Quality of life and well-being

Has a positive effect on overall conditioning, muscle strength, accessibility and well-being in everyday life, which can improve your quality of life.

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A bit more on the ReWalk®

ReWalk is the most researched exoskeleton. The battery-powered system features a light, wearable exoskeleton with motors at the hip and knee joints.

The ReWalker controls movement using subtle changes in his/her center of gravity. A forward tilt of the upper body is sensed by the system, which initiates the first step. Repeated body shifting generates a sequence of steps which mimics a functional natural gait of the legs.