Welwalk WW-1000 System
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The Welwalk WW-1000 System is designed to aid in the rehabilitation of individuals with lower limb paralysis as a result of stroke and other causes. The device comes with a range of rehabilitation support functions based on motor learning theory, including the ability to adjust the difficulty level to suit the patient, and to provide feedback about the patient's gait characteristics. The robot's construction and functions, such as easy fitting and central touch panel operation, ensure the ease of use in clinical settings. The main body features an overall system including treadmill and monitor. Robotic leg is fitted onto individuals with lower limb paralysis to assist in knee bending and stretching movements.
Additional features include rehabilitation support functions based on medical motor learning theory and adjustable level of assist to suit the patient. It allows for the support of a natural walking style from the start and ensures a certain level of exercise, which in turn also provides support for the caregiver.
Product size: 47.2 x 106.2 x 93.7 inches.
Weight: 800 Kilograms (main body) and 6 Kilograms (legs).