ounded by a Physical Therapist, Stedi is reimagining mobility by developing a disruptive generation of mobility devices, built to optimize movement for the injured, disabled and aging populations. We’re doing this with thoughtfully designed devices that are simple to use, beautiful to look at and address the core of user, caregiver and medical professional challenges. Our flagship product, StediStep, is an award winning concept design approaching final development. Patents Pending.
Stedi is a proud member of the MATTER community, connecting and collaborating to advance innovations in healthcare.
Our hidden device stabilizing technology, the Reaction Stabilizer, helps keep the user and the device stable during mobility.
To more capably maneuver over commonly encountered surface types and changes without sacrificing necessary stability.
Unique dual handrail configuration supports users from sitting to standing to walking. Encourages forward weight shifting and improved mechanics.
Shakes negative stigma while providing greater value.
Intuitive use to span a variety of individual needs while also building in forgiveness of common mistakes because - we're all human.
ADA compliant size and ease of use across all settings - home, hospital or clinic.
of Physicians and Physical Therapists surveyed believe more appropriate walker-type device options are necessary.
SmartStep's concept is meant to limit common moments of vulnerability and struggle by mitigating tipping while also providing a feedback cue to help the user engage their natural balance strategy. Early engineering theories suggest potential for up to 40x more stable than the traditional walker.
To handle basic surface changes commonly encountered and often a source of struggle.
Encourages a forward weight shifted position and helps stabilize the transition to standing.
SmartStep shakes negative stigma associated with traditional walkers, drawing strong influence from contemporary bike design for an innovative and modern look.
To accommodate a range of physical and cognitive needs.
For easy storage.
"New strategies are necessary to improve device acceptability and accessibility." - The Gerontologist, 2017
Use of assistive equipment is highly correlated with requiring a supportive network of family, caregivers and/or clinicians. Thus - building better often means assisting more than just the user.
Interested in participating in a trial program or learning more about Stedi? Questions or comments? Let us know!
Patent Pending: PCT/US21/37132, Patent Pending: #63/077,120, Patent Pending: #29/750,581, Patent Pending #63/143,864, Patent Pending: #63/130,571