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ReWalk is the first commercially viable upright walking assistance tool, which enables people with paraplegia to stand, walk, and climb stairs.[1][2] It is marketed by Argo Medical Technologies.

As of June 2009, the device is undergoing clinical trial testing at Moss Rehabilitation Hospital in suburban Philadelphia.[3] The trials will continue for approximately a year.


  1. A Human Exoskeleton, Washington Post, May 6, 2008
  2. Paraplegic Support Suits, Trendhunter Magazine
  3. Pa. Hospital 1st In US To Test Walking Device, Associated Press, Jun 30, 2009

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