Supported by two decades of extensive research, the Rise&Walk system combines evidence-based motor learning principles with the advantages of robotic technology to provide a world-class therapeutic intervention for individuals with neurological diagnoses.
Over the past two decades, robotic locomotor training has emerged as a crucial therapeutic intervention in the field of neurorehabilitation. By incorporating evidence-based motor learning principles, robotic gait training allows for early application in the critical window of motor recovery for individuals with neurological diagnoses.
A comprehensive systematic review by Mehrholz et al. encompassing 36 randomized trials with 1,472 participants with stroke at any stage or severity, highlighted the benefits of combining robotic-assisted gait training with physical therapy. This combination significantly increased the likelihood of participants achieving independence in walking compared to those who received gait training without robotic devices.