Company InformationRewalk Robotics was founded on January 2001. The company is based in Marlborough, MA, USA . The number of employees in Rewalk Robotics is less than 100. Rewalk robotics provides a commercial walking assistance system for people with lower limb disabilities.
Here is how Rewalk Robotics describes itself: "ReWalk Robotics is a medical device company that designs and develops powered solutions that provide gait training and mobility for lower limb disabilities."
Funding & investorsRewalk Robotics has received 8 rounds of venture funding. The total funding amount is around $81.7M.
- Timwell Corporation
- YASKAWA Electric Corporation
- Bearing Capital (Venture capital)
- Israel Healthcare Ventures (Venture capital)
- OurCrowd (Venture capital)
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Rewalk Robotics - Blog
- Topics in NeuroRehab Ep 29: Neuroplasticity – Adjusting Your Practice to Optimize Outcomes
- Quality of Life and Mental Health Improvements
- The Importance of Ankle Mobility for Optimizing Stroke Gait Training with ReStore
- Ron Edwards MYOCYCLE Testimonial
- Gamification and Biofeedback in Rehabilitation
- Cardiovascular Fitness for Individuals Post Stroke – TiN Webcast Ep28
Topics in NeuroRehabilitation: Episode 29. Kyle Whaley, BScPT, BPHE, CAFCI, Owner, Executive Director and practicing clinician at Propel Physiotherapy. Kyle graduated from Queen’s University Physical and Health Education Program in 1998 and began his career in strength and conditioning with an active population including athletes from a variety of sports. After graduating from the Physical […]The contribution Topics in NeuroRehab Ep 29: Neuroplasticity – Adjusting Your Practice to Optimize Outcomes appeared first ReWalk Robotics, Inc..
An unfortunate reality after spinal cord injury is dependence on a wheelchair for mobility.1 A lifetime of wheelchair use however is associated with a sedentary lifestyle, a decrease in social participation as well as reduced Quality of Life (QoL). Dr. Van Nes and collogues believe that exoskeleton assisted walking in this population contributes to a […]The contribution Quality of Life and Mental Health Improvements appeared first ReWalk Robotics, Inc..
Gait Training for Stroke Patients One of the main impairments impacting the ambulatory ability of individuals recovering from stroke is a loss of propulsive force on the affected (paretic) limb. The ReStore Exo-suit was designed with this in mind, to improve paretic propulsion training in individuals recovering from stroke by providing mechanical assistance during plantarflexion […]The contribution The Importance of Ankle Mobility for Optimizing Stroke Gait Training with ReStore appeared first ReWalk Robotics, Inc..
Ron Edwards is the owner of Focus Advertising Specialties in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He is a service disabled Veteran that has been living with MS for over 15 years. Ron is very active in helping his Veteran community and has focused on helping to resolve homelessness among Veterans. He has been using his MYOCYCLE […]The contribution Ron Edwards MYOCYCLE Testimonial appeared first ReWalk Robotics, Inc..
By nature as humans, we all want to succeed or to “win” at whatever it is we are doing. When we see a goal achieved OR even if we expect the goal to be achieved, the “reward system” in the brain is activated, releasing the neurotransmitter dopamine. Dopamine, aka the “feel-good hormone” or “pleasure chemical,” […]The contribution Gamification and Biofeedback in Rehabilitation appeared first ReWalk Robotics, Inc..
Hear from Arielle Resnick, PT, DPT, NCS, Advanced Clinical Specialist and Program Director for the Neuro Residency at Kessler Institute as she discusses the importance of targeted efforts towards improved cardiovascular fitness post stroke. She takes a deep dive into Behavior Modification and Exercise Prescription in the neurologic population and shows an inspiring video by […]The contribution Cardiovascular Fitness for Individuals Post Stroke – TiN Webcast Ep28 appeared first ReWalk Robotics, Inc..