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Providing balance to people
with peripheral neuropathy

walk2Wellness Interim Results Have Been Presented At:

Oddsson, LI. New wearable sensory neuroprosthesis for safer mobility and lower fall-risk in the aged population. International Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine 2020; Orlando, FL.

Oddsson, LI. On Certain Patients, a Wearable Plantar Sensory Neuroprosthesis Appears to Decrease Falls! American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting 2020; Denver, CO.

Oddsson, LI Walk2Wellness Update: Sustained Effects of Sensory Neuromodulation on Gait Function in Persons with Peripheral Neuropathy. American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting 2020; Denver, CO.

Oddsson, LIE. Slips and Falls and Record Snow in Minnesota – walk2Wellness Clinical Trial Update, American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Annual Assembly 2019, San Antonio, TX.

Oddsson, LIE. A Wearable Device for Sensory Motor Recovery, Function and Balance. Cross-cut presentation at the 96th Annual meeting of the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine 2019, Chicago, IL.

Oddsson, LIE., Cohen H., Wrisley, DM. Sensory Neuromodulation to Improve Physical Function in Persons with Peripheral Neuropathy New Technology Symposium presented at the 96th Annual meeting of the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine 2019, Chicago, IL.

Oddsson, LI. Clinical Trial Update – Improving Physical Function in Person with Peripheral Neuropathy Using Sensory Neuromodulation. Peripheral Nerve Society 2019; Genoa, Italy.

Oddsson, LI. Development of New Wearable Technology to Improve Gait and Balance Function using Sensory Non-Invasive Neuromodulation. Active Aging School Conference 2019; Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel – March 27-29, 2019.

Oddsson, LI. A History of Falls with Peripheral Neuropathy Appears to Increase the Likelihood of Improving Gait Function using Sensory Neuromodulation. Neuromodulation Conference 2019; Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Oddsson, LI. The Walkasins Journey – The walk2Wellness Trial and Entering the Market. Design of Medical Device Conference, April 17, 2019; University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Wrisley D, McLean G, Oddsson L. The use of a wearable sensory prosthesis to improve gait and balance in a patient with peripheral neuropathy. In: Proceedings of the American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting. 2018; New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. p. 3196.

Oddsson, LI. Incorporating reimbursement strategy into clinical study design to avoid extra trials. Outsourcing of Clinical Trials Conference 2018; Bloomington, Minnesota.

Oddsson, LI. Sensory Neuromodulation using Tactile Feedback of Foot Pressure to Enhance Gait Function. Neuromodulation Conference 2018; Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Oddsson, LI. Can Vibrotactile Feedback of Foot Pressure Enhance a Balance Therapy Session? American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine 2018; Dallas, Texas.

Oddsson, LI. A Wearable Sensory Prosthetic to Improve Balance and Gait Function – from Research to Medical Device. University of Minnesota Rehab Seminar 2018; Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Koehler-McNicholas SR, Danzl L, Oddsson L. The effect of a lower-limb sensory prosthesis on balance and gait in people with peripheral neuropathy. In: Proceedings of the Design of Medical Devices Conference. American Society of Mechanical Engineers. 2017; Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. p. V001T05A011.

Oddsson, LI. Walkasins – The Medical-Grade Wearable Sensory Prosthesis to Improve Balance and Mobility. MobCon Digital Health Conference, April 26, 2016; Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Indication for Use

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.