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Looking for a motorized machine for knees

SurbhiB Member Posts: 1 Listener
Hi I m Surbhi Bansal. Age 34 I have cerebral palsy. Spastic diplegia. I walk using ago n elbow crutches. I have gone through number of surgeries. But the condition just worsened. I have lot of pain in my foot. I m searching a product which is motorized and a small device which could be put over the knees and would help us walking straight without any afo or crutches. I saw on this product called mygait offered by Ottobock. But it's only used for foot drop. If anybody is aware of anything like this available in any part of the world please let me know.  



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