Wearable robotic device designed specifically for children

Trexo Plus helps physical therapists deliver gait therapy specifically for children. It is the only product of its kind in North America for children affected with conditions which lead to walking impairments such as cerebral palsy, brain and spinal cord injury, various genetic conditions, and others.
The Trexo device works by converting a passive walker into a fully powered robotic device that can be used anywhere, at a fraction of the price of currently available solutions.

Trexo Plus

Trexo Plus wearable robotic device for children by Trexo Robotics

Completely mobile

Easy to set-up

Battery powered

Tablet operated

Reliable data

Adjustable in height


We work with global leaders in pediatric rehabilitation to advance wearable robotic technology and improve the lives of children. 

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Trexo Robotics founders with the Trexo Plus
Since being founded in 2016 by two University of Waterloo Mechatronics Engineering graduates, Trexo has grown to a team of 8, including engineers and developers, all working towards the common goal of enabling children to experience walking. 

Based in the Greater Toronto Area, Trexo welcomes students and graduates from world-renowned universities for hands-on experience and once-in a life time opportunity to build a one of a kind device.