Ground Breaking Research – Literally. Professor Nancy Mayo (Medicine, School of Physical and Occupational Therapy, RI-MUHC) is tightening up the last bolt on the Walk-BEST™ Chair installed today (November 1, 2023) at Le Cambridge, an independent living facility for seniors in Pointe Claire. The Walk-BEST chair is the invention of Professor Mayo and the team of physiotherapists with PhysioBiometrics Inc., a McGill spin-off company dedicated to developing accessible technologies so people can move better to move more. Funding from AGEWELL and the engineering expertise of DiMartech Industries made this “first-in-ground” implementation possible. Walk-BEST™ is a program of technologies and workshops enabling people to walk BEtter, faster, longer, STronger (BEST). The Chair is an outdoor exercise platform facilitating older people and people with mobility challenges to enjoy outdoor activities safely and effectively. The Chair is accompanied by a guidebook, “50 Exercises You Can Do on a Chair©” with the exercises targeting the multitude of elements needed to Walk-BEST™. By PhysioBiometrics|2023-11-17T08:50:21-05:00November 2nd, 2023|News|0 Comments Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! FacebookTwitterRedditLinkedInWhatsAppTumblrPinterestVkEmail About the Author: PhysioBiometrics Related Posts Innovation in Motion: Celebrating Dr. Kedar Mate’s Achievement with the AGE-WELL ACCESS Award Gallery Innovation in Motion: Celebrating Dr. Kedar Mate’s Achievement with the AGE-WELL ACCESS Award An innovative structure to help older people stay healthy and active Gallery An innovative structure to help older people stay healthy and active Walk-BEST Knee bands tackle the West Highland Way, in Scotland Gallery Walk-BEST Knee bands tackle the West Highland Way, in Scotland Golfers are snapping up the Walk-BEST knee bands Gallery Golfers are snapping up the Walk-BEST knee bands Leave A Comment Cancel replyComment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.