The Rise&Walk by Healing Innovations is a fixed frame gait rehabilitation robot. It is capable of seating, standing, and walking physical neurorehabilitation. It is perfect for clinical applications.


The Rise&Walk is meant to serve inpatient, outpatient, skilled nursing, long-term acute care hospitals (LTACH), and community wellness centers. It is best utilized for those recovering from a stroke, spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic brain injury, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s, and cerebral palsy.

This mobility rehabilitation equipment utilizes a patient lift, actuated arm handles, and food pedals. While not technically an exoskeleton, it serves the same purpose as a powered ankle wearable robot. It can be used in walking assist or gait mode, seated mode, and balance training standing mode. The device is best used for patient sessions of 40 to 60 minutes in length, with 3-10 minutes of expected setup between users.

Unique value proposition:

The Rise&Walk is marketed as a 3-in-1 physical rehabilitation station. It supplies robotic-assisted gait training via end effector technology, robotic-assisted seated stepping, and a balance support zone. It is also the only solution integrating the upper extremities into the gait pattern with actuated handlebars.


  • Patient weight: 50 lb – 285 lb (23 kg – 129 kg)
  • User height: 4’0″ – 6′ 3″ ( 1.2 m – 1.9 m)
  • FDA Registration Number: 3017435710
  • NRTL Listing Number: 801007

Healing Innovations, Inc., Nashville, Tennessee, USA, website;

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