Every day, people around the world pursue their life’s passions in the face of physical challenges and disabilities. Lifeward is your source for healthcare solutions that go beyond current standards of care to revolutionize what is possible – enabling you to pursue the life you love through improved functional and health outcomes in rehabilitation and daily life.
- Our dedicated Personal Care Team is ready to partner with you every step of the way by helping you evaluate and trial your options, providing guidance on reimbursement, and supporting your progress in the clinic, at home, and in your community.
- Join the vibrant ReWalker community and benefit from a global resource of ReWalk Personal Exoskeleton users available to provide guidance and advice from their own experiences.
I’m in full control of the suit knowing I can trust the suit, balance using the crutches. Having the option to climb up and down stairs is priceless.
ReWalker since 2017
Personal Care Team
Lifeward is your partner through the evaluation, trial, training process, reimbursement support and beyond, with dedicated care team members for each step of the way.
US Veteran Gene was one of the first Veterans to receive a ReWalk Exoskeleton through the VA policy in 2015. Hear how the ReWalk has changed his life.Watch Now
Frequently Asked Questions
Each of the medical devices from Lifeward has different pricing, depending on an individual's insurance situation and other factors. Lifeward has a dedicated reimbursement team that can discuss and potentially assist you with questions regarding coverage and reimbursement. Different payers apply different policies, and we have experience working with VA, Medicare, workers compensation, and other insurance options. For more information, please contact the team at Lifeward using the form here.
The ReWalk Personal Exoskeleton allows individuals with spinal cord injury to experience the many benefits of walking during daily activities. While not intended as a replacement for the wheelchair, the ReWalk Personal Exoskeleton provides an option for paralyzed individuals to engage in weight-bearing, standing, and ambulatory activities as a part of their ongoing care plan to manage the secondary health and wellness complications that result from spinal cord injury.
The ReWalk Personal Exoskeleton has been assigned to the Medicare brace benefit category as of January 1, 2024. It is covered by Medicare where reasonable and necessary. The reasonable and necessary determination is made based on the beneficiary’s particular factual circumstances, as described in the medical record.