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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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Continence care products

Hi everyone,

I’m hoping there may be some visitors to this forum who would be interested in helping to develop the next generation of bladder / bowel continence care products. If you think this could be you, you are based in the US and are over 18, please read on.

I’m seeking a small number of people who live with MS and who use continence care products for bladder management, bowel management, or both. We’re ...
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Bioness L 300 users

I am interested in the device and would appreciate any information from people with MS that have used or are using the device.
I am investigating the device for purchase.

Davis
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wheelchair

my neuro said it's great you still have your arm strenth for transfering. i just wanted to say it's amazing how much you can get done from a wheelchair and a scooter, i feel lucky to have them both in this situation.
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More WalkAide info needed

I am currently doing a "test-run" on a WalkAide and have it for only 2 weeks. My leg seems to want to swing out rather than the foot pulling up - would this be a sensor location that needs to be played with? Has anyone got info on insurance paying for this devise? Would I be better off to wait a few months to see if it becomes covered by insurance? Would love to hear ...
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Franks WalkAid log

Yesterday I got a visit from a salesman of a swiss medical device company that is going to bring WalkAid to the german market.
The company is currently making its fist experiences with WalkAid in MS and so I'm allowed to noncommittaly try WalkAid for two or three month.

My first impression when we tried to configure the device was that it does work in lifting my foot up- and outwards but it takes the ...
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WalkAide on Good Morning America

Check out the following link for a story about a fellow MSer and her experience with the WalkAide

http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/OnCall/story? ... 183&page=1

I continue to have a very positive experience with my WalkAide - glad that I spent the money. Hopefully, the insurance companies will decide to start some type of coverage for the device.

For those who are interested, you can go to a Hanger Prosthetic Clinic and try ...
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Wellness Industry | StemEquine | Stempets | Stem cells

Hi Pals
Stem Enhance is a revolutionary patented product. Stem Enhance supports the natural release of adult stem cells. It is the first product that supports the natural release of stem cell from your bone marrow
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Any luck with Walk-aide and insurance?

I've been working on United HealthCare this afternoon to at least consider coverage for the Walk-aide device. I think this device would really improve the quality of my life.

I know in the eye business insurance companies will sometimes cover a lesser expensive device and patients can pay the difference. My favorite example of this is the premium Intra-ocular lens implant that was FDA approved this year. Patients can be covered by their insurance company ...
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WalkAid - footdrop

This is a summary of a discussion that started in the "Suggestions" forum befor the "Medical Devices" forum became available:

chrishasms wrote:You kicked but on the Revimmune one, so I got another question for you.
I use a device called the Walkaide. If you want to look into it please check out my site at www.chrishasms.com or www.walkaide.com I use this device and ...
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