• Orpyx has developed a wearable, pressure-sensing platform capable of augmenting sensory loss in patients with diabetic peripheral neuropathy; other uses include stroke rehabilitation, gait analysis, and athletic training
  • Platform consists of pressure senors built into shoe inserts, shoe...

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