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Mettler Electronics Corp recently introduced its latest continuous passive motion (CPM) device, designed to accommodate a variety of knee CPM patients, including orthopedic, pediatric, and bariatric.
Project Walk Spinal Cord Injury Recovery Center recently announced that it will open a new, Las Vegas-based location February 10.
A hand exerciser engineered to develop individual finger strength, flexibility, and coordination is available through North Coast Medical.
SMK Electronics, the US division of SMK Corporation, was recently scheduled to unveil its telerehabilitation platform, built to provide computer-assisted physiotherapy to aid rehabilitation in patients with arthritis, balance, and gait disorders.
SCI Business Solutions Inc, Project Walk’s exclusive operator and franchisor, reports that it has partnered with Total Gym, a San Diego-based manufacturer of functional and bodyweight training equipment.
Ekso Bionics has reported the first delivery of its new robotic exoskeleton Ekso GT, engineered to allow individuals with lower-extremity paralysis or weakness to stand and walk, to the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago (RIC).
A shoulder pulley available through North Coast Medical is geared toward providing the necessary components for users to perform range of motion (ROM) exercises at home.
Ottobock has launched the new Leckey Horizon Stander, now available in a Size 3 option.
A residential post-acute program, designed to provide care and specialized services to patients with catastrophic injuries and challenging diagnoses has reportedly opened in Mount Dora, Fla.