• (352) 354-2749
  • Mon - Fri: 8:30 - 5:30 EST
Functional electrical stimulation and spinal cord stimulation: a comparison
Jan 08
2018

Functional electrical stimulation and spinal cord stimulation: a comparison

By Tommy Sutor, MS, CSCS Former Program Director at Push to Walk NJ, currently pursuing a PhD in movement science exploring the coordination between walking and breathing. In October, a scientific article written by researchers…
We would like to welcome our partnership with Amanda Perla!
Jan 03
2018

We would like to welcome our partnership with Amanda Perla!

At Myolyn, our vision is to improve health and human performance by empowering people to move. We are proud to announce a new partnership that will strengthen our vision and enhance our mission in Powering…
MYOLYN and YMCA Team Up to Provide Therapeutic Exercise to People with Disabilities
Dec 27
2017

MYOLYN and YMCA Team Up to Provide Therapeutic Exercise to People with Disabilities

YMCA Receives New MyoCycle Therapy System to Help Locals with Disabilities Gainesville, FL – December 27, 2017 – MYOLYN, a medical technology company dedicated to improving health and human performance, announced today that the YMCA…
Metabolic Effects of FES-Cycling for People with Spinal Cord Injury: MyoCycle vs. RT300
May 22
2017

Metabolic Effects of FES-Cycling for People with Spinal Cord Injury: MyoCycle vs. RT300

The University of Miami is currently conducting research on the effects that cycling with functional electrical stimulation (FES-cycling) has on people with spinal cord injury. The research team, led by Mark Nash, PhD, FACSM, and…
Adaptive Sports
May 11
2017

Adaptive Sports

Staying active and healthy despite paralysis through adaptive sports. The National Center on Health, Physical Activity and Disability (NCHPAD) has a slogan that says, “Exercise is for EVERY body.” Exercise is one of the most…
Page 1 of 7

Get In Touch

  • 7731 W Newberry Rd Suite A2, Gainesville, FL 32606
  • (352) 354-2749
  • myolyn@myolyn.com

Twitter Feed

MYOLYN, LLC
'Kind Of An Experiment': UTSA Students Team Up With Veterans To Create #AdaptiveGames https://t.co/2hAORCgUV7
Follow MYOLYN, LLC on Twitter

Myolyn RSS Feed

See The MyoCycle