Restorative Neurology Clinic

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Lower Limb Robotics Program

In 2013, the Restorative Neurology Clinic at Burke Medical Research Institute established a self-pay clinic to offer breakthrough state-of-the-art robotic neurorehabilitation therapies for individuals who are recovering from stroke, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury or other neurological conditions.

The Restorative Neurology Clinic is proud to expand its offerings to include an extensive lower limb robotics program focusing on revitalizing movement to hips, legs, knees, and ankles to regain balance, stability, coordination, weight distribution, muscular strengthen and joint control. Through repetition of cutting-edge robotic therapy the primary neruorehabilitation goal is to build strength, engage muscle memory and awaken neuro-plasticity, the healing of brain nerves, essential for revitalizing everyday lower body movement and learning to walking again.

Featured Clinical Trials

August 23, 2016
Motor Recovery, Spinal Cord Injury



Vital for a strong foundation for walking, the ankle is essential for forward motion, balance and gait.

A wearable, technological exoskeleton that enables individuals recovering from a neurological condition to stand and walk with breakthrough robotic assistance.

Walkbot is a robot-assisted gait training system for gait-impaired patients. Based on standard gait patterns, patients go through rehabilitation treatments wearing and following robotic legs of Walkbot.


After graduating from Lower Limb Program individuals are eligible to enroll in the Lower Limb Graduate Member Program offered at a reduced rate to encourage progressing in the advance phases of neurorehabilitation for the lower limb.