- Insurer Must Pay For Exoskeleton, Says Medical Review Board
- A medical review board has granted a ReWalk exoskeleton to a wheelchair-bound patient in the northeastern U.S.—and his insurance will pay for it, according to ReWalk.
- Advances in exoskeleton tech provide the gift of walking to paraplegic patients
- Recently, the California-based bionics firm suitX was selected as the winner of the $1 million top prize at the event for its pediatric medical exoskeleton at the 2016 UAE AI & Robotics Competition for Good.
- Scientists Have Created an Exoskeleton that Kicks Its Wearer in the Knee
- There are all kinds of exoskeletons out there. Some save you energy. Some help you do heavy work.
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