“It’s an intelligent mobility aid, it’s the world’s first, it features both biomechanical and digital intelligence. So it’s not only a new experience in mobility assistance, it goes beyond a cane and it has also an intelligent technology that can predict falls, measure your outcomes, predict recovery times” begins Ron Goldberg. SNNLive spoke with Ron Goldberg, Founder/CEO of Isowalk at First Look LA 2014 presented by LAVA in Los Angeles, CA.
Mr. Goldberg explains, “What we’ve done is we’ve selected angles and surfaces so that the hand, wrist and arm line up perfectly. This is one of the big problems with canes is that it forces the weight onto metacarpals – very fragile area and onto wrist, an extremely fragile area.” He adds, “Someone that has to depend on this to get around every day probably for the rest of their life, money is not really the same issue.” For more information, check them out at www.isowalk.com.
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