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Latest Gait training Stories

2014-02-12 23:30:03

The newest version of the ZeroG Gait and Balance Training System (Version 2) has many innovative features which are the first of their kind in the rehabilitation field. Some of the new features of ZeroG V.2 include an anticipatory balance program with biofeedback and the integration of Google Glass. Ashburn, VA (PRWEB) February 12, 2014 Aretech, LLC announced today it has released Version 2 (V.2) of the ZeroG Gait and Balance Training System, which was unveiled last week at the American...

2013-12-31 23:00:17

North American Seminars delivers live hands on training courses throughout the United States; in addition Healthclick delivers online physical therapy continuing education courses designed to supplement the live courses. Spinal Cord Injury is a video based training course that deal with various aspects of delivering care to the SCI patient. Franklin, TN (PRWEB) December 31, 2013 This PT Online continuing education course delivers current approached to evaluating, treating a patient with...

2013-01-10 05:03:44

Their Electric Platform Mount Parallel Bars features an electronic height adjustability with a range of 26 inches to 48 inches, along with a manual width adjustability of 15 inches to 29 inches, and a 400 pound weight capacity on the hand rails. Often used for gait training and other forms of physical and rehabilitative therapy, these parallel bars can be used for a wide range of issues including amputation, muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, stroke recovery, osteoarthritis, Parkinson's...

2012-05-11 23:03:51

Easy Walking is a premier designer and manufacturer of gait trainers to assist adults and children who have an impaired ability to stand or walk due to an injury, disability or illness. The Easy Walking gait trainers may even help people to stand and walk, even though they might not be able to do either on their own, offering an invaluable alternative to life in a wheelchair. If a potential user does have some moderate lower extremity strength, these gait training development devices from...

2011-12-21 06:26:02

(Ivanhoe Newswire) — Severely impaired stroke survivors could walk better when assisted by a robotic system on top of conventional rehabilitation, according to this study. Italian researchers evaluated two-year mobility outcomes in 48 stroke survivors who had been discharged from a hospital and were unable to walk at the study's start. Half underwent conventional overground gait rehabilitation and half had conventional rehab plus electromechanical robotic gait training for several...

2011-12-15 17:30:22

Severely impaired stroke survivors could walk better when a robotic assist system was added to conventional rehabilitation, according to a study in Stroke: Journal of the American Heart Association. Italian researchers evaluated two-year mobility outcomes in 48 stroke survivors who had been discharged from a hospital and were unable to walk at the study's start. Half underwent conventional overground gait rehabilitation and half had conventional rehab plus electromechanical robotic gait...

2011-07-13 07:30:00

WEST ORANGE, N.J., July 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Kessler Foundation (www.kesslerfoundation.org) and Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation (www.kessler-rehab.com) are the first rehabilitation centers in the U.S. to implement the new LokomatPro V6, an advanced robotic training system designed to improve mobility in individuals with spinal cord injury, brain injury, stroke, multiple sclerosis or other neurological diseases. This new system, developed by Hocoma (http://www.hocoma.com/en/), a...

2011-06-28 15:09:00

ROCKLAND, Mass., June 28, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- In strong collaboration with clinical research partners, Hocoma recently introduced a new and more compact version of the LokomatPro that offers greater system capabilities. Since the launch of Hocoma's first gait therapy device in 2001, the LokomatPro has established itself as an effective intervention for improving over-ground walking function in patients with neurological diseases and injuries resulting in gait impairment. The new...

2008-04-01 09:01:20

DALLAS, April 1, 2008 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- For the more than 700,000 people who experience a stroke each year, many never regain the ability to walk like they did prior to their stroke. But physical therapists, using a specialized treadmill, have discovered a new way to help stroke patients walk again -- correctly. The results of their study, conducted at Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation (BIR), appear in the April 2008 issue of the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation....