The ReWalk 6.0 system from Rewalk Robotics is designed for personal use at home or in everyday life, both indoors and outdoors, and optimizes safety, function and joint alignment as an electric whole-leg orthosis. The system is one of the few suitable for patients without residual muscle function. Important: Cannot be disassembled.
Everything you need to know about the features and benefits of the ReWalk Personal 6.0: Adaptable exoskeleton for everyday life at home and outdoors need to know.
The Personal Exoskslett Rewalk controls the ReWalker's movements with slight shifts in his center of gravity. The battery-powered system consists of a lightweight, body-worn exoskeleton with motors at the hip and knee joints. A repeated shift of body weight triggers a series of steps that mimics the normal movement of the legs with a walking speed of up to 0.71 m/s (2.6 km/h).
ReWalk is a robotic exoskeleton that enables hip and knee movements to allow people with lower extremity disabilities, such as paraplegia, to stand and walk upright. Thanks to ReWalk, people with lower extremity disabilities can stand and walk upright again.
The system allows you to stand up, move around and climb stairs. This system is perfect for indoor and outdoor use.
ReWalk Personal 6.0 enables controlled, independent walking and mimics the natural gait of a non-ambulatory person.
The system controls the movement by small changes of the center of gravity and initiates a natural gait. The system controls the movement by small changes of the center of gravity and a natural gait is initiated. In order to use an exoskeleton, the ability to move hands and shoulders as well as walk with canes must be present. Healthy bone density and a healthy cardiovascular system are also prerequisites.
The advantages of the system:
After six years of product introduction on the German healthcare market, the GKV-Spitzenverband announces the publication of the ReWalk Personal 6.0 exoskeleton in the list of medical aids in the product group of orthoses. ReWalk Personal 6.0 is the first and only exoskeleton to be listed in the list of aids (according to $ 139 SGB V) and thus officially recognized as an aid (according to $ 33 SGB V).
The Rewalk 6.0 is a body-worn robotic exoskeleton.
The ReWalk enables people with a spinal cord injury to stand and walk upright again. The ReWalk enables people with a spinal cord injury to walk again independently and in a controlled manner.
The new ReWalk 6.0 exoskeleton is designed for all-day use, both at home and outdoors. The new ReWalk 6.0 exoskeleton is perfect for all-day use - whether at home or on the road.
The ReWalk Personal 6.0 exoskeleton was assigned the aid number 23.29.01.2001 with the following indication:
"Bilateral paralysis of the hip, thigh, and lower leg muscles (paraplegia with paraplegia) and loss of ability to walk"
The ReWalk Personal 6.0 can be applied for at the statutory health insurance companies with the aid number for insured persons.
Your concrete ReWalk Personal 6.0 advantages
The ReWalk system, for example, costs 52,500 euros for the individual. For clinics, the investment comes to around 100,000 euros.
The Rewalk exoskeleton price is on average 70.000 Euro per piece. Feel free to contact us about the Rewalk costs.
Specifications according to manufacturer
In May 2016, there was a ruling at the state level that if an exoskeleton is purchased, it will be covered by cost recovery. See judgments.
Requirements for using the Rewalk Robotics Germany system:
When can I not use the ReWalk?
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Former President Obama took a close look at ReWalk's exoskeletons in the field and was impressed. ReWalk Robotics was founded in 2001 and remains the only manufacturer of exoskeletons with FDA approval in the U.S. for both home and rehabilitation use. Rewalk Robotics has received a total of $ 210.6 million in 16 rounds of funding. The latest funding was raised on September 27, 2021, in a post-IPO equity round. Rewalk Robotics is registered under the ticker
NASDAQ:RWLK. The company's stock opened at 12.00 $ on September 12, 2014. Rewalk Robotics is funded by 8 investors. Timwell Corporation and Kreos Capital are the most recent investors.
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