Monitoring for Nocturnal Seizures with Emfit MM

Epilepsy, sometimes called a seizure disorder, is a disorder of the brain causing seizures, a short change in normal brain activity. Epilepsy is one of the most common conditions affecting the brain — nearly three million Americans have epilepsy. If more than 90 percent of your seizures occur while you sleep, you likely have nocturnal […]

Take the Next Step with a Robotic Exoskeleton

Each year, as many as 500,000 individuals experience a spinal cord injury, and 15 million people suffer a stroke. Many people are now getting the chance to take their next steps forward with the help of EksoGT. EksoGT is the first robotic exoskeleton to be granted clearance for rehabilitation purposes for use with stroke patients […]

Traveling with Disability: Plan, Prepare … and Have Fun!

People with disabilities can enjoy nearly all the same pleasurable fruits of life as those without disability, though it may take a little more planning and preparation. That’s true of many leisurely pursuits, including traveling – whether it’s across the globe, to another state or even within your own city. This is especially the case […]

Roll Further Faster with IntelliWheels

Moving freely in a standard manual wheelchair is often a difficult task for individuals living with disabilities. IntelliWheels Easy Push makes pushing a wheelchair twice as easy. The Easy Push employs gears in each wheel to make it easier to move in whatever direction you choose — over any surface. The gears do the all the […]

Meet KMINA: The World’s First Pain-Free and Stylish Crutches

The design, structure and function of crutches has remained relatively unchanged for almost 4,000 years. Plenty of advancements in medical technology have occurred over the millennia, but crutches have essentially stayed the same. It’s time for crutches to join the modern world. Introducing KMINA: The world’s first pain-free and stylish crutches. “We are sure they […]