from the May 2013 issue


The ReWalk is a medical device that enables people with lower limb walking impairments derived from spinal cord injury, brain injury, stroke and other severe walking impairments to free themselves from permanent confinement to wheelchairs and carry out routine ambulatory functions such as standing, walking and climbing stairs. This collaboration between Argo and the U.S. company Allied Orthotics and Prosthetics from New Jersey, was approved at the December 2008 BIRD Board of Governors meeting. The objective of the project was to undergo clinical trials at a U.S. rehabilitation center towards FDA approval and full commercialization. The chosen center was MossRehab In Philadelphia, PA

Reprinted from the Israel High-Tech & Investment Report May 2013

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