​At age 40, Debbie Gomez-Trost was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, a disease which can lead to the loss of body movement and even paralysis. Progression of the disease meant everyday activities like climbing stairs and chasing after her young children became increasingly more difficult.

Gomez-Trost found herself severely challenged as she struggled to walk with a condition called foot drop, which interferes with ankle flex required to walk normally.

Find out how she found relief with WalkAide, a revolutionary medical device that leverages functional electrical stimulation for improving the walking ability of people living with foot drop.

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