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This site provides information about FES Cycling (Functional Electrical Stimulation bikes) - and in particular the Hasomed, RehaMove 2 FES Cycling system.  Whether following Spinal Cord Injury, Stroke, Transverse Myelitis, MS, Parkinson's Disease or other neurological condition, the RehaMove systems offer the UK's best value solutions to long term health, fitness and well-being.

Research and clinical practice has shown the value of these systems and they are now frequently used by clients at home. We train our clients to use the technology safely and effectively. It's not necessary to become dependent on us for support.

Anatomical Concepts (UK) Ltd provide the assessments, products and support to use an FES bike effectively

UK Residents Contact Us Now - for the best service, price and performance.

Finding my Feet

RehaMove Supplies

A selection of spare parts and consumables for the RehaMove FES Cycling system. Many of Anatomical Concept's products need to be recommended or prescribed by competent professionals. The Supplies Store is designed to offer consumable products or spare parts for these systems.

Finding my Feet

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Finding my Feet

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Book by Claire Lomas

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For someone who never kept still and who was living her dream, facing a lifetime of paralysis seemed impossible for Claire Lomas to deal with.
A split second accident shattered Claire's life when, in 2007, her horse hit a tree leaving her with a catastrophic spinal cord injury. The future looked unendingly bleak. But Claire has since gone on to write her autobiography, Finding my Feet. Honest and captivating, she explains in her book the agonising pain and dark days when she had to learn to cope with paralysis and simply getting out of bed was a huge challenge.
In the years since, Claire has turned her life around. She has raised thousands of pounds to aid research into a cure for paralysis by taking up challenges many able-bodied people would find difficult. To record her achievements she has written Finding My Feet, the heartbreaking, funny, courageous and enthralling story of her life. Claire, once a talented event rider and chiropractor, describes how she gradually rebuilt her life physically and emotionally. A four-year relationship broke down and Claire felt at rock bottom. It took a great amount of strength to pick herself up, but she went on to meet and marry Dan Spincer, gave birth to daughter Maisie, learn to ski and set up a business. Claire made headlines worldwide when she walked the 2012 London Marathon in a pioneering robotic suit. It took 17 gruelling days. Eager to keep fundraising, in 2013 she hand cycled 400 miles around parts of the UK, stopping at schools to deliver talks to motivate the next generation.
Read or recommend Finding my Feet. It will inspire and enthral you.