Suffering from a traumatic brain injury can be a life-changing event. Depending on the complications, you could experience paralysis, brain trauma, or have to adjust to a completely different pace of life. Recovering from spinal cord injury, serious accident, or a stroke, usually requires many sessions of physical therapy at rehabilitation centers to learn how to walk again and get back to daily activities. The strain of recovery can also lead to challenges and different perspectives within the clinic setting.

Physical therapy is a journey that patients go through to regain motivation and the ability to go back to the activities of daily living. Therapists work one-on-one with clients to help them find this sense of hope. Luckily, innovators have come up with new tools and robotics to help with this recovery treatment. A partnership with medical exoskeletons can help shift perspectives and hit new milestones to help with patient endurance and speed of rehabilitation. A wearable robot offers individual freedom and gait training that gives spinal cord and