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The Trexo Home is an exoskeleton style walker for children who have:
- Cerebral Palsy
- Muscular Dystrophy
- Spinal Muscular Atrophy
- Traumatic/ Non-traumatic Brain Injury
- Paraplegia or Hemiplegia
- Spinal Cord Injury
- Rett Syndrome
- Degenerative lower extremity joint disease
- Other conditions which impair lower body mobility
It is designed to help children with weight-bearing, functional stretching, strength training, core workout, and rhythm training.
Trexo Home is tablet operated. The system is battery powered and connects via WiFi. The system must be operated under adult supervision. Trexo Robotics requires training in order to ensure the system is safe to use. Information regarding training will be provided along with your notification of delivery.
The Trexo Home has a number of features for a personalized experience. Depending on the user's needs, individuals may adjust the amount of weight-bearing, the gait pattern, speed of the device, and level of assist. The active assist feature may be used by children who have some ability to initiate steps or walk. You may also adjust the Rifton Accessories including the use of the arm prompts, chest prompts, and saddle.
The Trexo Home is compatible with the Dynamic Rifton Pacer and is not included with the purchase of Trexo Home. Other walkers may not be used with the Trexo Home. The Trexo Home system needs to be fitted to your pacer.
The Trexo is available in three sizes: small is for kids roughly 1-3 years old, the medium is for kids roughly 3-5 years old, large is for kids 6+. The maximum height and weight the large device accommodates if 5 feet and 150 pounds.