Clinical Trials

“Never seen anything like this”

– Lead Researcher at national stroke center

CLINICAL TRIAL

Our second clinical trial is now complete, and we’re thrilled with both the measured results and the experiences reported by our participants. If you would like to be notified when the iStride™ Gait Solution is available for purchase, you can sign up here.

DESIGN AND PILOT STUDY

Once assessed and fit, the iStride™ Gait Solution (originally titled GEMS) does not require a special rehab facility. It can be used in everyday walking environments, including one’s own home, making long-term training easier and far more accessible. Walking on the device does not require any external power or treadmill. It works by redirecting the natural forces of the patient’s strong leg whenever he or she takes a step.

“As a physical therapist with an extensive background in neurological rehabilitation, this device is truly one of a kind. Not only does this device improve overall gait symmetry, but it also integrates a digital sensor and gait analysis package, allowing for the user, practitioner, and caregiver, to follow and analyze progress. Additionally, the iStride™device allows for both clinic and home use, helping to bridge a gap that currently exists in the rehab world. There is a big disconnect with patients and their caregivers from time of discharge to their home environment. This device has the ability to help patients continue to benefit from rehabilitation, independently, in their own home.” Lauren Rashford, DPT

Physical Therapist, Director of Clinical Operations at Moterum

FUTURE TRIALS

Our first and second trials are now complete, and we’re getting ready to put the iStride™ Gait Solution on the market. If you would like to be considered for any future clinical trials we might undertake, you can sign up using the form below. We’ll contact you as new opportunities arise. Participation in our clinical trials is completely voluntary and non-invasive.

Clinical Trials Signup
Did you have a unilateral stroke?
Do you have a gait deficit but can walk independen
Stroke occurred more than 6 months ago?