Research documents changes in joint alignment, motoric symmetry, increases in step length, changes in the gait cycle, positive changes in EEG results, reduced energy consumption (during suit wear), and improvement in static stability in children and adults post-treatment. Currently, there are clinical case studies in the United States that indicate a significant improvement in outcomes of patients who utilize suit application during intensive rehabilitation compared to
intensive rehabilitation alone. This is the primary rehabilitation method in the Ukraine since 1994 for children with disabilities of cerebral origin. The Adeli method recommends that the technique be repeated at scheduled intervals for 1-7 intensive sessions (based upon condition) to gain best movement potential and maintain progress.