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The ReWalk exoskeleton helps people with spinal-cord injuries sit, stand, and walk.
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An exoskeleton that enables paraplegics to walk
Laser beams make a bright 1960s idea portable for those with Parkinson's disease and parkinsonism.
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Jerome Rifkin's K3 Promoter mimics the jointed motion of a real foot for easier walking. Watch it in action
Scientists found that fluctuating the electrical signal to the rodents' paralyzed legs can make them step higher and walk for longer.