Clinical Impacts of Structured Robotic Gait Training Programs


This study is designed to see if a robotic gait training program can be effectively run in a clinical setting. It will also assess if the program can help participants to reach their goals. Participants will work with researchers to develop a training program using the robotic gait trainer. This program will aim to help participants reach their goals.


Currently recruiting participants: Yes

Eligible gender: Male, Female, Transgender, Other

Eligible ages: 1 to 99

Inclusion criteria:

1) Difficulty walking independently.
2) Weight < 150 lbs.
3) Height < ~5'6".

Exclusion criteria:

1) Medical condition or recent surgery requiring lower extremity immobilization or weight-bearing restriction.
2) Medical condition requiring a physical activity restriction (ie. unstable heart arrhythmia).
3) Pain or symptomatic hypotension (drop in blood pressure) while standing.
4) Contracture (tightness) such that the Trexo robotic gait trainer does not result in forward movement.
5) Involvement in another intervention/treatment that may impact the results of the gait training program.


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Benjamin Norman Pediatric Onset of Neuromotor Impairment (PONI) Lab Research Coordinator

Principal investigator:

Elizabeth Condliffe

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