The device consists of leg braces with fit sensors and motorized joints that respond to pointed changes in upper-body transformation and shifts in balance. A strap around a patient’s waist and shoulders keeps a fit in place, and a trek binds a mechanism and rechargeable battery. Crutches are used for stability.
ReWalk is dictated for people who are infirm due to certain spinal cord injuries.
The device was grown by a owner of Israel-based Argo Medical Technologies, who was inept in a 1997 automobile crash.