Frequently Asked Questions
Here is a list of common questions we are asked regarding PolySpine. If you have additional questions, please feel free to get in contact with us and we will be happy to discuss any queries with you directly.
If you think PolySpine might mean something to you, we would love to talk to you. We always love to hear from the community, we would love to hear your story.
Sorry, not at the moment, we have a lot more testing and development to do before people can buy one.
There is a spinal piece and head support that attaches to a supporting vest, so that someone is able to wear it. On the back of the spinal piece, we are able to attach various PolySpine attachments. Each attachment enables people to participate in new activities. For example, our chair attachment is designed to fit to many chairs, whilst supporting someone wearing PolySpine.
PolySpine is to be worn by people with physical disability, who have physical support requirements and have been fitted by a professional.
PolySpine is a wearable torso and head support system for people with moderate-severe physical disability
to participate in new activities.
Riley was born with a physical disability and his family has always tried to create an inclusive environment. His Dad, Clint, has always been trying to create opportunities that the whole family could be involved. So Clint, and Riley, developed PolySpine, to enable Riley to participate in new activities.
for a Trial
PolySpine will commence running clinical trials of the spine in Sydney, Australia from 2020. If you are interested in participating please fill out our Clinical Trial Expression of Interest form and one of our team members will contact you shortly.