ZeroG at the Center for Human Performance Optimization

The staff at the Boys Town National Research Hospital in Omaha, NE describe how Aretech’s ZeroG Gait & Balance System is helping their patients at the new Center for Human Performance Optimization. ZeroG is being used to try activities they are not confident trying on their own in a safe environment with dynamic body-weight support.  […]

Progress with ZeroG at Marquette Neuro Recovery Clinic

Three years ago, Jewel Currie, a Milwaukee Business owner, suffered a broken neck after falling at home.  His doctors told him he would never walk again. Shortly after his diagnosis as a complete spinal injury, Jewel started to regain some function, and with it, the hope that he may be able to return to some […]

ZeroG Helping Patients Back on their Feet Faster

Source: Ivanhoe Broadcast News SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (Ivanhoe Newswire) — Almost 800,000 people suffer a stroke each year. More than 250,000 people are living with a spinal cord injury. Almost as many people will be diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury in 2021. What do all of these people have in common? Most of […]

ZeroG Maximizes Patient Outcomes at Tampa General Hospital

Source: Tampa General Hospital  Imagine you’ve had a stroke or been severely injured from a car accident. Or you’ve developed a neurological condition that paralyzes your whole body. You can’t walk at all. Your life has suddenly turned upside down. Paralysis affects hundreds of people in the Tampa Bay area each year; people like Steve […]

Patients Achieve Higher Functional Outcomes with ZeroG

Source: PRWeb Two recent studies have demonstrated that patients with acute cerebrovascular accident (CVA) and traumatic brain injury (TBI) who use Aretech’s ZeroG Gait and Balance System during their acute inpatient therapy program achieved higher gains in overall score on the Functional Independence Measure (FIM) as well as sub-categories of the FIM when compared to […]

No More “Fear of Falling” with the ZeroG Gait and Balance System

Source: Spokesman-Review After a July 23 rollover accident, Cameron Tweedy received a grim outlook on ever walking again. Along with lower body numbness, he had suffered five fractures in his spine and a crushed ankle. “They told me I had less than 1% chance of minimal function in my legs,” said Tweedy, 21, a Spokane […]