The Bioness Technology Exhibit

  Date: August 6, 2018
  Time: 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
  Fees: Free
  Location: 5406 Merle Hay Road, Johnston, IA 50131

The Bioness Technology Exhibit is a state-of-the-art, climate controlled and completely self-powered showroom where the entire suite of Bioness Rehabilitation Solutions can conveniently be experienced right here at ChildServe.

From 9-10am in the ChildServe Training Center, Bioness will demo some of their e-stim orthotics (L300 & H200) which use electrical current to support a weak limb (leg or arm) instead of a brace.  This demo does not require sign-up to attend.

From 10am-3pm, there will be a trailer in the parking lot outside of the Training Center that will house Bioness’ ceiling track gait and transfer system (Vector) and the BITS.  Demos will be scheduled on the hour and require sign-up.  Each hourly demo is limited to 8 people.

Get a closer look at Bioness Technology, including:

  • L300® FOOT SYSTEM
  • L300® PLUS SYSTEM
  • H200® WIRELESS
  • VECTOR GAIT AND SAFETY SYSTEM®
  • BIONESS INTEGRATED THERAPY SYSTEM (BITS®)

Register today!

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