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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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WalkAide

I didn't know which thread to continue so I just started a new one. What has the WalkAide enabled you to do that you weren't able to do before?

For example, I could go in to the supermarket (and shop) instead of waiting in the car. I am able to walk from the parking lot to the restaurant intead of being dropped off while my husband parks the car. I am able to walk through ...
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Taking it to the max - an Exoskeleton, strange but true.

When I first saw this I thought it was a practical joke, but apparently not. The future is now 8)
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?gl=AU&hl=en-GB&v=EdK2y3lphmE
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M4MUa7T_V6c


and they are looking for capital if you want to get in on the ground floor.
http://www.berkeleybionics.com/Unrestricted/MedicalExoskeletons.html
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Foot up

The name of the device is Foot Up. The price is about $150.00. Has anyone used this device? If you have used it, do you see any improvement?
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"Disabled or not disabled."

Yes! Regardless of this, I am elated. This can only be good for us, and all Americans, and the planet.
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paying for the Neuromove

The best part of this device is that it can restore walking instantly!! Also, when you are thinking about payments, they are accepted for three months; if you want to send the device back, no further payments are necessary!!!

I am just trying to make you all knowledgable about therapeutic devices!! The Neuromove costs $165/ month for 3 months and then $99/month for 55 months!!

I have researched this device and it will make you ...
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the Neuromove!!

you all can be excited about the Walkaide, but I know of a much better option. I use the Neuromove from Zynex Medical and the day I received it I was walking!!! For more information call Zynex Medical at 1- 800-845-1771 or call me at 570-321-9494! Good luck all and God bless!!

Shawn Stopper
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use of the Neuromove to recover from an exascerbation

I have tried a Neromove for my walking disability and on day 1, I was walking without my AFO!!! You use it once in the morning for 25 minutes, and in he evening for 25 minutes!! The device is provided by Zynex Medical, 8022 Southpark Circle Littleton, CO 80120. The phone number is 1-800-845-1771 and email can be sent to rroney@zynexmed.com. The website is www.neuromove.com ...
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