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An exoskeleton for legs is a wearable device that is designed to support and enhance the function of the legs. It is typically made of a lightweight and durable material, and is equipped with motors and sensors that allow for increased mobility, strength, and stability.
An exoskeleton for legs works by sensing the user's movements and providing assistance through powered motors. It can also provide feedback to the user, such as balance and posture correction, to aid in walking, running, and other activities.
An exoskeleton for legs can benefit individuals with mobility impairments, such as those with spinal cord injuries, stroke survivors, and individuals with neuromuscular disorders. It can also be used by the elderly to aid in walking and prevent falls.
Yes, the exoskeleton for legs has been extensively tested and approved by regulatory bodies for safety and effectiveness. However, it is important for users to receive proper training and supervision when using the device to ensure safe and proper use.
Currently, insurance coverage for exoskeletons varies and is not widely available. However, as the technology continues to advance and become more mainstream, it is expected that insurance coverage will become more accessible for those who need it.