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Secondhand Bioness

In Europe the Bioness is just getting more attention. However the pricing is quite a bite higher (€8100). Therefor I am looking into the possibility of buying one in the US and prefably a used one/second hand.

Is anyone willing to help me in buying one and shipping it to Europe?

Best regards,

Kurt (Netherlands)
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Stanford helps an innovator

oops! deleted --placed in wrong forum
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CEFAR STEP II

This device, which is said to be compareable to WALKAID, might be specially interesting for german MS patients. I heard that the device would cost about 1.000 EUR.

(sorry only german text available - maybe google translate might help)
http://www.heller-medizintechnik.de/cefar-step-ii.html

--Frank
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Wheelchair Footrest Options

I came across the following post on another website; I thought I would post it again here in case someone at This Is MS might have some suggestions:
Wheelchair footrest options

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Are there any footrest options other than these three?

1. The rigid built in, doesn't move: suspect wouldn't let me stand close enough to the chair to feel it behind me before I sit down, or sit down far enough back to not ...
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Anyone trying GaitAid Virtual Walker yet?

Virtual Reality Helps MS Patients Regain Stability While Walking, Medigait LLC Claims
Article Date: 04 Nov 2008

Studies performed over the last few years show many Multiple Sclerosis (MS) patients no longer have to live with a meandering or unsteady gait caused by their disease. According to a study published in the highly acclaimed medical journal "Neurology", closed-loop visual feedback helps MS patients improve their walking. Both stride length and walking speed improved dramatically helping ...
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Myomo E100

Hey i just found this and thought that it was a really amazing story after doing a little work i found that the product that they are using the Myomo E100
Here is the story
http://www.wtnh.com/dpp/news/health/new ... 0905141710
Here is the companies web site
http://www.myomo.com/
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Walkaid or bioness- both legs?

So, what if you have 2 weak legs and a very weak core...will these aids help? Does anyone have a machine that sends pulses to the core. I've wondered about the contraptions you can buy at the sport store here, where you place pads on your stomach to make it firmer...I wonder if it's safe to use on my husband. But mainly if he has the above problems, is it still possible for the walk ...
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Walkaide Insurance News!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has assigned the
code E0770 covering the cost of the WalkAide for patients with
Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury. Although currently Medicare only covers
the WalkAide for incomplete spinal cord injury, this code now gives
Innovative Neurotronics the tools to seek possible reimbursement for
foot drop patients with private insurance who are diagnosed with Stroke,
Multiple Sclerosis, Cerebral Palsy, and Traumatic Brain Injury.
Innovative Neurotronics can submit a ...
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Walkaide users

How many of us are there?
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Truthfully, changing the electrodes?

I was just wondering how often people are actucally changing the sensors--electrodes--whatever they are called.

The information provided says to change them every 1-2 weeks but mine have been on for 3 weeks and, frankly, they look just the same as week 1. I wondered how I could tell they HAVE to be changed.

I wear my Walkaide all day every day.

I just wondered what others are doing.
Linda
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