KEEOGO ROBOTIC WALKING ASSISTANT
Keeogo is the first product in the class of dermoskeletons. The new powered device is designed to help individuals with mobility related challenges that limit their ability to participate in daily activities such as walking, climbing or descending stairs, sitting down or standing up. It is used by individuals with spinal cord injury, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, arthritis, brain injury and stroke.
HOW PROPEL USES THE KEEOGO™
Propel Physiotherapy uses the Keeogo™ assistive device for walking to effectively help address the unique mobility and gait issues some of our clients face in the community and at home. The evidence-based technology is improving the independence of our clients.
We perform assessments in-clinic, which include a fitting and customization of the device. Keeogo™ is then used in conjunction with physiotherapy sessions as a therapeutic mobility device to assist the client with focusing on different aspects of their therapy and enable the client to try task-oriented activities they would not be able to perform without this kind of assistance.
IS THE KEEOGO™ RIGHT FOR YOU?
To use the device, you need to be able to initiate basic mobility movements, walk a short distance with or without an assistance device, and have sufficient balance. It is used by individuals with spinal cord injury, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, arthritis, brain injury and stroke.
Take the first step towards better mobility. Complete this form and a member of the Keeogo™ team will be happy to contact you to explain the 3 steps evaluation process, give you more information about the product and answer your questions.
OTHER MOBILITY DEVICES WE USE
We also use the Keeogo™ in conjunction with other advanced technology devices such as the LiteGait® Body weight support system, Bioness and Odstock foot drop stimulators and most types of AFO’s and foot ups.
Our experienced clinicians have experience working with a variety of conditions including: spinal cord injury, brain injury, stroke, Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, Guillain-Barré syndrome, post-surgical (total knee and hip replacements) and a range of complex orthopedic injuries.