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The purpose of this study to determine the safety and benefit of the BiOMOTUM RAAD robotic exoskeleton device to provide resistance as a tool used in walking training intervention in the pediatric cerebral palsy population. The research is also looking to compare the use and benefit of the BiOMOTUM RAAD device in a supervised physical therapy setting versus parent-led sessions.

Subject Population


  • Have a diagnosis of cerebral palsy
  • Ages 8-21 years
  • Have a Gross Motor Function Classification System  (GMFCS) score of 1-3
  • At least 20 degrees of passive ankle plantar flexion range of motion
  • Ability to understand and follow verbal cues

Study Personnel

Funding Source


National Institute of Child Health and Human Development



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