Recare selected as technical partner for exoskeleton manufacturer

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Oxfordshire dealer, Recare, has been appointed as the chosen UK technical partner of ReWalk Robotics, which manufactures and supplies special exoskeleton devices for disabled people.

The ReWalk 6.0 Personal Exoskeleton is designed to be used at home and its servicing requires technical engineers who are confident and skilled with complex medical devices.

Prior to officially being appointed, Recare’s team underwent intensive technical training on the ReWalk exoskeletal walking device.

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It will be the UK centre for all service, warranty and repairs and will be tasked with supporting end-users as well as aiding the growth of the product range within the UK marketplace.

Last year Recare increased staff across all departments, with the team now at 16 strong.

With Andrew Sutherland and Tim Cox Recare has strongly enhanced its specialist complex rehabilitation provision capability.

Stephen Ruffle, national sales manager for ReWalk, said he was confident in the supplier’s choice and Recare’s “skilled team”.   

“To support the ReWalk 6.0 Personal five year warranty, service and maintenance, with Recare, ReWalk have the ideal partner.

“During our recent training with the technical team, both our technical service manager for Europe, Joscha Gizewski, and I were extremely impressed with the skill and confidence of the team.

“It is worth saying the training was also enjoyable and we could see the team working well with the device.

“With ReWalk Robotics’ in house support in Germany, USA and Israel we now have an extremely strong technical team to look after all of our ReWalkers and training centres across the UK and Ireland.”

Recare’s managing director, Richard Holland-Oakes, said: “The synergies of the partnership between the two companies and our push to work with the high-end rehabilitation products, will aid to enhance the growth within the industry. The addition of the ReWalk maintenance provision fits nicely into our portfolio of support.”

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