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Make FES a Standard of Care
Jan 05
2017

Make FES a Standard of Care

Less clinical research, more personal care Should we base the standards of care for physical therapy on clinical research, or do we need a different model to speed adoption of new treatment approaches such as…
Different Types of Electrical Stimulation – The Name Game
Jan 12
2017

Different Types of Electrical Stimulation – The Name Game

Electrical stimulation is an incredible technology with the potential to dramatically change the way we restore and enhance the human body. Unfortunately, despite centuries of research on electrical stimulation, we still have yet to see…
MYOLYN Submits Application for FDA Clearance of its MyoCycle Device
Jan 18
2017

MYOLYN Submits Application for FDA Clearance of its MyoCycle Device

MYOLYN’s patent-pending functional electrical stimulation (FES) technology automatically customizes muscle stimulation to the individual patient Gainesville, FL – MYOLYN, which creates medical technology for people with muscle weakness and paralysis, today announced that it has…
The benefits of FES-cycling for people with multiple sclerosis (MS)
Jan 27
2017

The benefits of FES-cycling for people with multiple sclerosis (MS)

Stationary cycling combined with electrical stimulation applied to the leg muscles (FES-cycling) is commonly used by people with spinal cord injury to maintain good health of their paralyzed limbs. Recent studies have highlighted the fact…
PCB Design
Aug 18
2015

PCB Design

At Myolyn we design our own custom Printed Circuit Boards. Our team of electrical engineers developed our custom electrical stimulator which can be used for high-effciency FES cycling.
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