Source: WBRZ Baton Rouge Rehab Hospital is using the ZeroG Gait and Balance Training System to revolutionize rehab for amputees. Jeremiah Foster was born with underdeveloped arms and legs. As he grew, his legs had trouble supporting him. Then he found out he had arthritis in his legs. At age 13, Jeremiah decided to have […]
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Aretech announced today it has released Version 2 (V.2) of the ZeroG Gait and Balance Training System, which was unveiled last week at the American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting in Las Vegas, NV. ZeroG V.2 has the same safety, quality and proven performance1 as the previous version of ZeroG with added innovative features […]
Source: Fox 6 Imagine having a headache, and the next thing you know you are in the hospital, having to learn basics like walking again. That’s the reality Joan Schacht woke up to. “Everything’s changed now,” said Joan Schacht. Just a few weeks ago, Joan was an active 68 year old woman, used to doing […]
Source: Centre for Neuro Skills A revolutionary system that helps people with neurologic injuries to practice walking and improve balance has been introduced at Centre for Neuro Skills (CNS). The ZeroG® Gait and Balance System combines body weight support mechanics with a robust user interface that records data and patient progress in real-time. CNS is […]
Source: PR Web Aretech announced today it will be selling its product line directly to customers, including the ZeroG Gait and Balance System. ZeroG was developed by Joe Hidler, PhD in collaboration with team of physical therapists and scientists worldwide, and is currently being used in centers in the United States and Canada. “As the […]
Source: Newsroom Ink On Memorial Day in 2007, Daniel Curtis slipped while diving into his backyard pool and shattered his 6th vertical vertebrae. After spending 10 days in the ICU, he began his road to recovery. Daniel came to Seton Brain and Spine in Austin, TX where he’s been regaining mobility in part by his […]
Source: Shriners International After a traumatic spinal cord injury (SCI), most patients and families list walking as one of their top goals of rehabilitation. Twenty years ago, SCI typically meant a patient had to use a wheelchair. Treatment options were very limited and rarely helped with standing and walking. Thankfully, advancements in science and therapy […]
Source: NBC 4 Suffering from a stroke can be devastating, leaving victims unable to do simple things like standing up, sitting down, even walking, but now new technology is helping stroke patients get their lives back. “I started to feel some numbness in the left side of my body,” Colton Peek said. “I tried to stand […]
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