Could you ever imagine that soon wheelchairs might become irrelevant? Wearable robotic suits that allow people with lower-body paralysis to walk upright again. Well, you don't have to imagine it, since the revolutionary "bionic exoskeleton" is now making this a reality. Robotic or mechanical exoskeletons provide the possibility of offering disabled people the kind of protection, support and strength they afford in nature.
Rehabilitation clinics soon will have a variety of exoskeleton machines available to aid patients that have experienced spinal cord injury, stroke, and other neurological disorders. Check out the different types of exoskeleton machines