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Upcoming FES User Day - 8th December 2017

If you're a ODFS® trained clinician, we have a limited amount of spaces left for our upcoming FES User Day on Friday 8th December 2017, which will be held here at the The Glanville Centre, Salisbury District Hospital. 

Please see below for our timetable and booking form to reserve a place. All booking forms are to be filled out and sent to fesuserday@odstockmedical.com

PenCRU on FES with children and young people

A newly published summary of using FES with children and young people from the PenCRU (Peninsula Cerebra Research Unit for Childhood Disability Research) is now available to download.

Click Here for more information and to download the full evidence summary.

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We have a new publication

In the Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine - examining the training and orthotic effects related to FES of the peroneal nerve in patients with stroke.

The study is the first to use an alternative methodology for measuring walking speed in FES users with stroke. This allows our largest proportion of FES users in the household functional walking category to be included.  

The study suggests that FES stroke users with a higher functional walking category are more likely to gain a training effect from using FES.  

ECTRIMS and posters

Dr's Paul Taylor and Tamsyn Street presented several posters at ECTRIMS 2016. 
 
Click on the links below to read the posters:

OML LINQ™ is now available

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The OML LINQ™ provides a wireless connection between a standard footswitch and an ODFS® Pace XL.

It can be used with a variety of footwear, from trainers to knee high boots.

It can also accommodate two footswitches if required.

Please contact us for more information: +44 (0)1722 439540

OML delivers PD Warrior Programme

File 930As part of OML's neurophysiotherapy service, we have two accredited PD WarriorTM Instructors.

This is a physiotherapy led exercise approach that incorporates the benefits of high effort exercise and behaviour change into an early intervention strategy for people who have Idiopathic Parkinson's Disease and are in stage 1 and 2.