Our Mission: To improve quality of life and increase longevity for persons with spinal cord injury by identifying, preventing, and treating the secondary medical complications of paralysis.


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Sunday Daily News Article April 14, 2013


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SDUkbX-jr58 reWalk - 27:23 secs - 36:01









"In the most emotional moment of the tech tour...The army veteran, Theresa Hannigan, a 60-year-old woman from Long Island, N.Y., was learning how to use the motorized aides, called the ReWalk, at the Bronx VA hospital. She implored Obama to help the device obtain FDA approval. Her voice breaking, Hannigan stood straight and hugged Obama...Obama offered a personal reflection. "Michelle's father had MS, so he used crutches until he was probably 45, 50, then got a wheelchair." Netanyahu replied: "This would have given him a different life."

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Broadcast of The Run for the Worriors


At the Finsh Line... Run For The Warriors, Lindenhurst L.I. Oct. 20, 2012

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Sunday Daily News Article April 14, 2013

Newsday Oct. 20, 2012:Team reWalk - Determined racers compete in miler for Run For The Warriors

News video clip- U.S. Army Veteran Theresa Hannigan demonstrated the ReWalk exoskeleton technology

News video clip- ADVAMED Conference Oct. 2012, Boston, MASS