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Open-Label, Prospective, Single Arm Study Assessing the Safety of a Powered Dermoskeleton (Keeogo™) in Providing Ambulation Assistance During Rehabilitative Mobility Training in Stroke Patients

The current study will assess the benefits of Keego, a safe ambulation assistance device, during rehabilitative mobility training in patients with hemiparesis or hemiplegia due to stroke.
Duration

11 two hour visits for 4-6 weeks.

Inclusion Criteria
  • Individuals aged 18-75.
  • Sustained a stroke.
  • Weigh less than 250 lbs.
  • Have weakness on one side of body.
  • Able to sit on a bench for more than 5 minutes.
  • Able to walk independently (with assistive device).
  • Able to follow multi-step directions and commands, as determined by a member of the study team.
  • Able to physically fit into the device.
  • Have normal motion of limbs to walk safely, as determined by a member of the study team.
  • Have medical clearance by a physician approving participation in this study.
  • Willing and able to give informed consent.
Compensation

None.

Research Categories
Stroke
Actively Recruiting
Yes