The EksoBionics exoskeleton (Ekso) is a wearable robotic walking device designed to enable individuals suffering from paralysis to walk. While targeted primarily at paralysis, the device's capabilities may be of benefit in treating a range of impairments impacting mobility. As the goal of our proposed work we intend to assess the potential for Ekso to be applied as both a home-based training model and as a mobility aid for patients suffering from stroke induced chronic hemiplegia.
|Effective start/end date||6/1/13 → 5/31/14|
- Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago (Subaward 5/20/14 // 5R24HD050821)
- National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (Subaward 5/20/14 // 5R24HD050821)
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