April 21, 2016

 Jean couldn't walk far. . . 

She has a gait disorder and COPD.  This mock-up was made by our team engineer, Peter Fellingham to determine whether the design performed as we hoped.  We were delighted with the results and went on to conduct further tests at UCSD Medical Center, and eventually production.

 

April 13, 2016

 

 

 

 

 

He was at the Mobul store, a LifeWalker Dealer, when he spotted our LifeWalker upright.  Neal sent us the video on our website.  His caregiver had taken it and uploaded it to YouTube.  We are amazed and thrilled to see this.  It's beyond what I had hoped when designing the LifeWalker for my wife Jean.

 

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April 11, 2016

In the photos my wife Jean is being fitted for a neck brace after front and back surgery right up next to her brain, and there appears an X-Ray of her fusion

.  This was one of her hardest, and most painful surgeries, and the fusion and actual replacement of two vertebrae with a titanium cage and rods with screws limits movement of her hea...

April 10, 2016

 Rheumatoid Arthritis of the hands 

 

When I decided to create the LifeWalker for my wife Jean, an important consideration was the rheumatoid arthritis in her hands.  The walker she was using had hard hand grips.  Jean has fused wrists, and swollen, often painful hands and fingers that are disfigured. Tendons in her wrist were destroyed by...

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