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Your pattern of stepping or walking is called your “gait” and is unique to you. If you have had an injury or dysfunction in the lower limbs, you may need gait training as part of a rehab program. Examples of conditions that can result in problems with gait include:

The therapists at Carolinas Rehabilitation help patients relearn how to walk safely and efficiently. In addition to traditional treatments, like strength exercises and balance training, we offer robot-assisted gait training. This innovative approach has several benefits including:

  • Improved guidance for a more consistent walking pattern and pace
  • Longer and more intensive training sessions
  • Adjustable assistance levels as your abilities improve
  • Activity and progress that can be more easily monitored and assessed
  • May help strengthen muscles and bones and improve circulation resulting from lack of use
  • The option to use it when just starting rehabilitation or years after injury