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This Wearable Device Enables Paraplegic People to Stand Up and Walk Again

This is TWIICE, a lower limb “exoskeleton” or wearable device that enables those with paraplegia to stand up, walk on regular, rough, or tilted surfaces, as well as climb stairs and interact in the community at eye-level. It’s a personal, modular exoskeleton that is meant to be adapted to different morphologies and pathologies.

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This Robotic Rehab Exoskeleton Helps Those with Neurological Disorders Regain Mobility

The researchers at Rehabilitation and Neuromuscular (ReNeu) Robotics Lab are changing the dynamics of rehabilitation with the invention of the Harmony, an innovative, robotic exoskeleton designed for assisting with upper body movements of patients with severe disabilities resulting from stroke, spinal cord injuries and neurological disorders.

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