KeeogoTM For Muscular Dystrophy
For more than four decades, on telethons featuring celebrity performers and children in wheelchairs, Jerry Lewis has been raising money each Labor Day for the Muscular Dystrophy Association and the disease that helped make “poster child” part of the American idiom.
he approach is changing at a few medical centers, which are focused on making better use of available therapies to eke out higher quality lives for their patients. Rather than concentrate only on a cure, some researchers are now intent on developing drugs that may alleviate the effects of the disease.
One such option is an exoskeleton KeegoTM device, that facilitates people with Duchennes with locomotion. Without the KeegoTM device, patients had a difficult time moving their legs, had to stop when taking stairs from exhaustion, had a difficult time picking up objects from the floor, exerted strenuous effort, when getting up from a chair to walk down the hall.
These same patients wearing a KeegoTM device were able to achieve much more fluid movement patterns during several clinical trials. These same patients were able to move quicker from one location to another, were able to promptly walk up or down the stairs, picked up objects from the floor with little effort, and were able to easily sit down, and get up from the seat without propping themselves up with their hands.
If you have been suffering from Muscular Dystrophy, please see a specialist at the PRI clinic. This multi-disciplinary team is specifically trained to properly introduce your body to the KeegoTM device, which will allow your body to achieve a remarkable improvement in your lifestyle. To book an appointment, please call or follow these links.
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