Level up your physical therapy services with the Trexo Plus



We help deliver the best care for pediatric patients


Trexo was designed for specifically for children.

By focusing only on children, we have been able to create a device that works for their unique needs. Needs like accommodating for spasticity, contractures and weakness, in addition to their growing bodies.

Trexo can be used with a wide range of conditions



We believe children's ability should not limit access to life-changing equipment.

With Trexo's adjustability, you can set it up with maximum support for children who are not able to roll, sit or stand, or with minimum support to provide just the right level of help to keep children who can walk, walking the right way.

Trexo has been used by children with conditions including:


Cerebral Palsy (GMFCS III - V)

Tramautic Brain Injury

Spinal Cord Injury

Spinal Muscular Atrophy

Hemi & Paraplegia

Muscular Dystrophy

Neuromuscular conditions

Stroke

Rett Syndrome

Other conditions which impair lower body mobility

Different features for different needs



Trexo's novel design converts a Rifton Dynamic Pacer into a fully powered robotic device that is safe, comfortable and easy to use.

Trexo Plus features include:


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  • Adjustable size

    Modify the length from hip to knee, knee to floor, and the height of the seat

  • Custom gait settings

    Set the exact flexion and extension at the knees and hips, as well as the level of support at each joint

  • Safe range of motion

    Easily program the range of motion for each patient by moving their legs and feeling the tone

  • Progress dashboard

    Monitor progress using real-time initiation, weight bearing and session performance using the Trexo tablet

  • Short set-up time

    Easy set up so you can spend the short time you have together walking

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Supporting Literature behind the Trexo Plus



Trexo is a novel equipment that launched in 2018, with Cincinnati Children's Hospital as our first clinical collaborator site. Since then more clinics have acquired the Trexo Plus and are in the process of conducting research. We Expect results to start becoming available in 2021.

Below is a list of research studies supporting robotic gait training which were used during the design of the Trexo.


  • Evaluation of the effectiveness of robotic gait training and gait-focused physical therapy programs for children and youth with cerebral palsy: a mixed methods RCT

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  • Combined robotic-aided gait training and physical therapy improve functional abilities and hip kinematics during gait in children and adolescents with acquired brain injury

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  • Robot-assisted gait training might be beneficial for more severely affected children with cerebral palsy

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  • Prospective controlled cohort study to evaluate changes of function, activity and participation in patients with bilateral spastic cerebral palsy after Robot-enhanced repetitive treadmill therapy

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  • Improvement of walking abilities after robotic- assisted locomotion training in children with cerebral palsy

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