ReWalk Robotics Ltd has donated one of its ReStore Exo-suits to Brooks Rehabilitation, located in Jacksonville, Florida.

The ReStore will be utilized by the therapy team in one of the the specialized Neuro Recovery Centers to conduct gait training sessions with patients seeking post-stroke rehabilitation.

“Being able to offer robotic assistance devices is especially important for patients and clinicians during the COVID-19 crisis to help support public health safety protocols. Our ReStore exo-suit is an innovative solution for stroke patients, and we’re happy to deliver the device to a leading national care center known for adopting advanced care solutions to help serve their patients.”

— Larry Jasinski, ReWalk CEO

“As a recognized leader in physical therapy for 50 years, Brooks’ sees technology not as a tool, but as a resource to help our clinicians achieve higher quality outcomes during a patient’s rehabilitation. Thanks to this donation, we are able to offer our patients additional options for their stroke recovery.”

— Robert McIver, PT, DPT, NCS, Director of Clinical Technology at Brooks Rehabilitation

Watch a video of a Brooks Rehabilitation patient using the ReStore soft exosuit.

[Source(s): ReWalk Robotics Ltd, PR Newswire]

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