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Improving mobility for people with prosthetic limbs!

Improving mobility for people with prosthetic limbs!

Walking…may look simple, but it’s actually a very complex task that even today’s prostheses and exoskeletons can’t help fully replicate. Steve Collins, a National Science Foundation-funded engineer at Carnegie Mellon University has developed a technique that can dramatically improve mobility… Continue Reading

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Kevin Mauro ’16 on how engineering can help paraplegics regain movement

Kevin Mauro ’16 on how engineering can help paraplegics regain movement

>>MODERATOR: So, um, Kevin, I know it’s not your project but you were-you had a chance to witness the Walk Again Project in, uh, Brazil when the-your team I guess, with Miguel, outfitted a paraplegic patient with an exoskeleton and… Continue Reading

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ReWalk exoskeleton available at Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan

ReWalk exoskeleton available at Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan

we walk is a robotic exoskeleton and it's got motors on both hips and knees and allows individuals who are paralyzed to be able to stand up and walk again ReWalk is the first and only fda-approved exoskeleton for home… Continue Reading

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Bridging Bionics Foundation – Our Neuro-rehabilitation Program

Bridging Bionics Foundation - Our Neuro-rehabilitation Program

we're helping individuals in our program with various neurological impairments such as spinal cord injury multiple sclerosis Parkinson's cerebral palsy to help them regain their health and wellness so that they can walk over ground with up light weight there… Continue Reading