Exoskeleton-assisted gait training improves gait efficiency in people with multiple sclerosis

Takeaway

  • After three weeks of exoskeleton assisted gait training, people with multiple sclerosis were able to walk faster for short distances using less energy.

Why this matters

    By improving neuromuscular efficiency, exoskeleton assisted gait training could be an effective tool in rehabilitating people with multiple sclerosis and improving their quality of life.