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    HI to everyone, I thought I would write and...

    HI to everyone,

    I thought I would write and set a few things straight. I do not know where this member obtained his information. The basic research began in the 1970's and has been ongoing...
  2. Poll: HI, Insurance is paying for the bikes...

    HI,

    Insurance is paying for the bikes presently if you know how to file it and respond to their questions. Heather Davis a Electrologic is an expert in this area. She has obtained about 85% of...
  3. FES Bike - Parameters

    First of all, Jeff your description was great!

    Chasb, the present StimMaster Orion being the 4th bike generation has a user adjustable output level of 150 milliamps max. There is no requirement...
  4. Chasb on Stimulators - Update

    Good research,

    The Electrologic E4000XL has been replaced by the NeuroPulse which is significately more advanced than the E4000XL. It was placed on the market this past Jan. 2002. I designed...
  5. Answer to Doll

    The Fes bike works with upper motor nuron in tack. This means that someone with a C2-T11 is a candidate for the bike. Because you are T6, you would work very well. At T12 and lower, some...
  6. Meeker and anyone interested in FES bike insurance payment

    I am glad to say that yes Workman's Comp does cover our equipment. Our Director of Marketing Heather has advised me that she had secured numerious insurance and worker's comp contracts throughout the...
  7. Responce to Dr. McDonald's posting of Aug. 12, 2002

    I am Steven Petrofsky, chief inventor of all the commercial developed FES bikes since 1982 with the exception of the ERGYS II. I would like to refute the statement made that the present CFES bike...
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