IWalk expands to provide more amputee access

03/21/2012 | Mass High Tech (Boston)

IWalk has expanded its services to 18 new prosthetic facilities, giving more amputees access to its bionic ankle system, a robotics-driven system that helps restore calf muscle function and Achilles tendon performance in lower-limb amputees. IWalk was initially funded by the departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs, and its ankle system is now available at 58 prosthetic and orthotic centers nationwide.

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