Advancements with Ted Danson airing on CNBC featured Lars Oddsson, PhD explaining how Walkasins, a newly available wearable device, helps people with peripheral neuropathy regain their mobility and reduce their risk of falls.
Walkasins is a wearable, non-invasive lower limb sensory prosthesis intended to replace the nerve function used for detection and signaling of foot pressure sensation. Indicated for use by individuals with lower limb sensory peripheral neuropathy who present with gait and balance impairments and are at high risk of falls.
Walkasins is indicated for patients with lower limb sensory peripheral neuropathy who present with gait and balance impairments. Walkasins is indicated for patients who can feel the tactile stimuli from the Leg Unit on the lower leg.
Please see the Safety Information for a complete list of warnings, precautions, and contraindications.
Caution: Federal law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician.