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What we are raising money for:
FES cycling uses co-ordinated electrical stimulation to create a cycling
pattern. This cycling pattern exercises the large muscles of the legs as
running or cycling would do in a person who doesn’t have a spinal cord injury.
Research has shown some positive benefits:
• Increase in bulk of stimulated muscles
• Increase in bone density in some leg bones
• Reduced body fat content
• Improved cardiovascular health (fitness training)
• Reduced risk of diabetes (improved glucose tolerance)
• Reduced spasticity in stimulated muscles
• Maintained flexibility
Exercise and FES cycle facts above – Produced by the Physiotherapy Department
Victorian Spinal Cord Service, Austin Health – January 2009

Wow 2018!!

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November 28, 2023

I keep a Facebook group where I update things that has effected my Spinal Cord Injury Journey.

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October 15, 2013

I want to thank everyone that stops in and reads my story and are gracious enough to donate! There are not enough ways to say Thank you!!

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June 19, 2018

I would give more if I wasn’t currently out of work. You both have been so kind to me and this is the least I can do. I’ll give again after my next pay day.

Heather Norman

April 6, 2018

Wish I could do more but am happy to help a little. I love you Rebecca and am praying you will be able to get this. I know this will improve your life.

Debbie Jacobs

March 29, 2018

Love and support for you, my friend.

Lisa Hill