Cutting-Edge Robotic Exoskeleton Allows Wheelchair-Bound to Stand and Walk

When Floyd Morrow's spinal cord was severed in 2006, doctors told him he would never take another step, but a revolutionary new device will give Morrow and other paraplegics the chance to walk again. "It's the greatest thing," Morrow, 62, said, speaking about the first time he donned the device called ReWalk, a motorized exoskeleton that enables wheelchair users with permanent lower limb disabilities to stand, walk and even climb stairs. "Just to be able to push a button and it's like, 'OK,...Full Story
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