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Published on Aug 24, 2009
For Neal Winston, multiple sclerosis has triggered a variety of physical ailments that have hampered his ability to get around over the past dozen years.
He has turned to numerous medical approaches, with varying degrees of success. But rarely has he experienced something with such an immediate impact as an orthotic device called the WalkAide, which is giving renewed hope to people who have seen their mobility plummet.
I feel like Im a human being when I walk in it, said Winston.
He is working with the leading Chicago orthotic and prosthetic provider, Scheck & Siress, to improve his mobility.
To read more about WalkAide and Neal Winston's progress using the device, see the story at the Chicago Tribune's Triblocal.com: http://tinyurl.com/m462x9
To see Winston walking without the benefit of the WalkAide devices, see the video here: