“Ekso Bionics, gives you hope for the future, that walking is possible”

Shane Mosko

Ambassadors

Ekso Bionics Ambassadors are our official advocates educating the rehabilitation community about the benefits of wearable exoskeletons for stroke and spinal cord injury. Our ambassadors provide demonstrations and give their own personal accounts walking in EksoGT. You can learn more about our Ambassadors below or follow them on our Ekso Bionics’ Facebook, Twitter, or Linked In landing page.

Hillary Barrera

Hilary's cervical spinal cord injury became a part of her life in August 2013 after a 25 ft fall.

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Janie Kryski

Janie became disabled from an arterial venous malformation that manifested itself in the form of a debilitating stroke.

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Shane Mosko

Shane was injured in a car accident when he was driving home from a friend who lived only a mile away.

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Kevin Oldt

Kevin was injured in a snowmobiling accident that left him paralyzed more than 13 years ago.

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Austin Reese

Austin joined the U.S. Navy in July of 2001 and became an Explosive Ordnance Technician graduating in December of 2003.

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Dan Rose

Dan was injured by an IED while serving in the US Army in Afghanistan in April of 2011 leaving him paralyzed from the chest down.

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Matt Tilford

Matt, with five passengers, drove a car off a 600 foot cliff on a dark night when he didn’t anticipate a curve in the road ahead.

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Billy Woods

Billy suffered a spinal cord injury while serving in the U.S. Air Force in 1975.

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