The Rise&Walk’s design allows physical therapist to deliver care in an effective, safe, and more timely manner.

The Rise&Walk

Create an impactful gait training session


Primary Features

  • Automated gait-like motion to provide locomotion training

  • Take your patient from a seated to standing position and return them with a click of a button

  • Body-weight support training harness system

  • Bi-lateral upper & lower extremity training and exercise

  • A safe & progressive training experience

  • Summary of the gait training session displayed at the end to aid with documentation


Adjustable Settings

 
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Body-Weight Support

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Speed

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Stride Length

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Assistance Level

 

Who is the Rise&Walk For?

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Healthcare Facilities

Physical Therapist can utilize this technology to provide gait training in the following care settings:

  • Inpatient Rehabilitation

  • Outpatient Physical Therapy

  • Skilled Nursing and Elderly Care

  • Veteran Affair

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Patients

The Rise&Walk is designed to provide gait training for patients who have experienced an injury or diagnosis that has led to paralysis or a walking impairment.

  • Spinal Cord Injury

  • Cerebral Palsy

  • Parkinson’s

  • Stroke

  • Multiple Sclerosis

  • Traumatic Brain Injury


Why Use the Rise&Walk?

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Efficiency

Requires only one individual to facilitate during the gait training session.

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Provide a Higher Level of Rehabilitation

Use this cutting-edge technology to rehab this patient population in a way that was previously out of reach.

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Reimbursement

The following CPT codes can be applied depending on intervention:

  • 97110 - Therapeutic Activities

  • 97112 - Neuromuscular Reeducation

  • 97116 - Gait Training

 

Pilot The Rise&Walk

The Rise&Walk has the potential to revolutionize the rehabilitation community. Join us on the quest to change the boundaries of gait training.

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