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Slightly used walkaide for sale

I have a walkaide that I've tried to use off and on but I don't really like it. If you are interested in purchasing it please let me know!
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Chicago veteran walks again with exoskeleton ... 428074607/

CHICAGO, April 3 (UPI) -- A Chicago veteran who was paralyzed from the chest down by a motorcycle crash in 2012 is walking again with the help of a robotic exoskeleton.

Roosevelt "R.J." Anderson Jr. walked out of the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago Thursday with the help of a ReWalk robotic exoskeleton, which powers his hip and knee motions.

Anderson has been training on the $70,000 ...
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Device "Samozdrav"

Good morning,

If MS is caused due to venous insufficiency, this device might serve as a rescuer?
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WalkAide for sale $500, like new.

I have a WalkAide model 20-0100 in excellent condition, in box with all attachments and book.
My father bought it for $4250, can't walk anymore so am selling to someone who needs one for less. Just trying to help someone else walk right.
Will let it go for $500.
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Request for physician participation in graduate thesis

My name is Daniel and I’m running an IRB approved survey study examining the impact of injection device usability on at-home patient experiences and by extension the healthcare system. To the best of my knowledge this will be the first study to examine the effects of usability as derived from the entire spectrum of injection devices, as well as the repercussions on all parties involved (the patients using the devices, the healthcare providers who train ...
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WalkAide Questions

I just got my WalkAide to rent for one month before purchasing it. I found this forum to be very useful because I have so many questions. It worked perfectly when I first tried it, but now I am having lots of problems getting it back to that perfection. I've read here that fatigue, swelled legs, change of gait - all those things can mess with how it works. Right now I'm getting good stimulation ...
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A year ago my boyfriend was paralyzed from his neck down. He was told that he would never walk again. I went to hug him goodbye while he was in intensive care and he tried moving me off his leg (I wasn't near his leg-his sensations were off)-his leg moved! Soon after his other leg began to move. His body went against all the medical evidence. We were told that 99.% of the time people ...
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Ness L300 for sale (Bioness)

I am an Occupational Therapist working in Queensland, Australia.
My grandfather was using the Ness L300 to assist him with foot drop post stroke. He no longer has need for the Ness L300 as he is now in an electric wheelchair. The Ness L300 is in good condition and I am willing to negotiate a price.
Please email me if you are interested. My email is:

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Bioness L300, set for right and left legs.

I have 2 Bioness L300 for both the right and left legs that were my grandmothers. My aunt has asked me to sell them for her. They were purchased about 2 years ago and were only used 4 times. They are still in the original cases with all paper work, instructions. My aunt paid over 10k for the set and is asking less than half at $5,000 for the set. Please feel free to contact ...
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Hugh Herr: The new bionics that let us run, climb and dance

Let me share this encouraging and deeply personal experience of Hugh Herr, the head of the MIT Media Lab's Biomechatronics group.
Here is the link:
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