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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…
What is spasticity?
May 04
2017

What is spasticity?

Spasticity is one of the many secondary health effects caused by paralysis. People with a spinal cord injury, stroke, cerebral palsy, and multiple sclerosis most often have trouble with spasticity, but it can affect anyone…
MYOLYN Announces FDA Clearance of its MyoCycle Device
Apr 26
2017

MYOLYN Announces FDA Clearance of its MyoCycle Device

The MyoCycle is a revolutionary stationary exercise bike that uses functional electrical stimulation technology (FES) to empower people with muscle weakness or paralysis to take control of their health. MYOLYN, a medical technology company dedicated…
RT300 vs. the MyoCycle, Part 4 – Affordability
Apr 21
2017

RT300 vs. the MyoCycle, Part 4 – Affordability

Considering buying an FES bike and exploring your options? This post is the final part of a four part guide that provides a detailed comparison between the MyoCycle and the most common alternative, the RT300.…
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