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.
We presented some preliminary data from the steps counter of the ODFS® Pace for the first time, which suggests that greater intensity of FES use may be associated with a training effect.