Six month lower-leg mechanical tactile sensory stimulation alters functional network connectivity associated with improved gait in older adults with peripheral neuropathy – A pilot study
Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, November 2022
Extended effects of a wearable sensory prosthesis on gait, balance function and falls after 26 weeks of use in persons with peripheral neuropathy and high fall risk—The walk2Wellness trial
Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, September 2022
The Effects of a Wearable Sensory Prosthesis on Gait and Balance Function After 10 Weeks of Use in Persons With Peripheral Neuropathy and High Fall Risk – The walk2Wellness Trial
Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, November 2020
Validated the importance of foot pressure sensation for balance
Reduced plantar sensitivity alters postural responses to lateral perturbations of balance
Experimental Brain Research, Aug 2004
The role of plantar cutaneous sensation in unperturbed stance
Experimental Brain Research, June 2004
Alternating-pulse iontophoresis for targeted cutaneous anesthesia
Journal of Neuroscience Methods, May 2003
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 Haptic Module 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.