Prevent Falling and Injury
We would like to introduce our revolutionary system called the Walk Again Overhead Support System. This support system provides assisted walking for ambulatory disabled people. Millions who have been confined to wheelchairs will be able to rise to an erect, standing position and walk about their own homes safely and confidently.
The Walk Again Overhead Support System was developed to provide safe, assisted ambulation for anyone who has difficulty in standing and/or walking. Eighteen years of collaboration between engineers and care industry professionals has led to a system that accomplishes that goal. The steadfast support provided by this system will allow users to walk with dignity, confidence and peace of mind knowing each component was designed with his or her comfort and security in mind.
- A customized, overhead track-like support system called “the pathway” is installed to reach all essential points in nearly any room: bed, sink, toilet, shower, etc.
- User straps into comfortable “walking harness” capable of extended wear.
- Battery-driven lift suspends user from overhead pathway, reducing weight-bearing on the legs to a level that is comfortable to allow for easier walking (lift can hold up to 660 lbs).
- User can safely navigate below track from bed to bathroom and room-to-room depending on floorplan and desired track configuration.
- The lifting harness can remain in place while using the toilet or taking a shower.
For Use in Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Rehab Facilities and Private Homes
Assisted Walking for the Ambulatory Disabled
Obesity & Bariatrics
It is estimated that 33 to 35% of men and women in the United States are obese.
The number one mobility problem that older people experience is falls.
Stroke patients with hemiparesis or hemiplegia may have difficulty with everyday activities such as walking.
The main disability in people with Parkinson’s disease is impaired mobility.
In the US nearly 50,000 people have lower limb amputations each year.
Most patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) eventually experience a walking disability.
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