Interview with Daniela Lee about her BalanceWear Success Story

Daniela Lee was diagnosed with MS at age 40. The disease limited her mobility and hindered the active lifestyle that she previously enjoyed. But thanks to BalanceWear, she is surpassing the limitations of her diagnosis and reclaiming the activity and independence that she once took for granted. How did you first … [Read more...]

BalanceWear® Now Available in Scandinavia

BalanceWear®, a non-invasive, pharma-free balance aid is now available in Scandinavia. BalanceWear® has been proven effective in over thirty (30) peer-reviewed scientific research and other publications including an NIH funded research project studying effectiveness in Multiple Sclerosis. Motion Therapeutics' … [Read more...]

BalanceWear Study Featured on Local News Segment, Channel 27, WHTM Harrisburg, PA – [Video]

Jennifer Vincenzo PT, PhD applicant from University of Arkansas, recently started research with Balance-Based Torso-Weighting with 40 subjects to see if BBTW decreases falls and fall risk factors associated with the elderly in three Pennsylvania assistive living facilities. Vincenzo will track the progress of … [Read more...]

Motion Therapeutics Releases Video of Mary, Multiple Sclerosis Inpatient

Mary, Multiple Sclerosis Inpatient from BalanceWear on Vimeo. Mary, an inpatient with MS gets dramatic results with the BalanceWear garment. Watch this video to see documented improvement in her walking and coordination over course of one week. … [Read more...]

Terry, A Patient Success Story: From Wheelchair to Freedom – [Video]

Terry Hayes from Fort Meyers, Florida has quite a story. Terry contacted Motion Therapeutics in July of 2013. Terry had a diagnosis of cerebellar degeneration. She was discharged from physical therapy because she was not making progress. Her doctor told her she would remain in the wheelchair for life. Terry did not … [Read more...]

BalanceWear featured on Dr. Sanjay Gupta Report

In May, CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta profiled Steve Ofca, a father living with MS. Ofca was finding it difficult to walk or sit without having balance issues. Even worse, when he attempted to sit, he ran the risk of falling. His biggest challenge, however, was easing his daughter’s insecurity as she watched him suffer from … [Read more...]

Launched in the U.S., BalanceWear Offers Millions the Chance to Regain Balance and Mobility

San Francisco, CA (April 8, 2013) – Today, millions of Americans are unsteady on their feet due to a variety of medical-related issues. Gifted artist, Donna Terry, is one of the many narratives that speaks directly to the challenges and, often heartbreak of mobility loss. At 85 years-young, she is an unlikely video … [Read more...]

Researchers Complete Data Collection for the First Phase of NIH Grant Studying the Effect of BBTW

San Francisco, CA (January 11, 2013) – Up to 85% of people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS/ PwMS) have difficulty with balance and mobility. Physical therapy is often prescribed as a treatment for symptoms related to loss of balance and mobility. Recently Dr. Gail Widener of Samuel Merritt University and Dr. Diane Allen of … [Read more...]