FES Mobility

Innovative technology
to assist walking & improve mobility.

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Having Difficulty Walking?


Patients who use a dropped foot stimulator for walking report greater walking independence, confidence and safety with improvement in overall mobility & greater perceived quality of life. 

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If you are a clinician and wish to use dropped foot stimulation technology in your practice, please get in touch.

Designed to improve walking following onset of:

  • Stroke and Brain Injury resulting in hemiplegia
  • Multiple Sclerosis resulting in walking difficulty
  • Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury
  • Familial or Heriditary Spastic Paraparesis(HSP)
  • Cerebral Palsy in children or adults

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Change in Gait Speed with FES –

October 09, 2020

As reported in an earlier blog – dropped foot stimulation can significantly increase walking speed in stroke patients. Walking speed in stroke patients shows a wide variation depending on a # o…

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Walking after Stroke

November 15, 2019

Gait technology should be considered at any time post stroke to improve walking ability particularly where traditional rehabilitation approaches have not been successful in restoring a safe, functiona…

Ankle eversion correction with dropped foot stimulation

October 31, 2019

In patients post stroke or post onset of MS who demonstrate ankle dorsiflexion with preserved tibilais anterior function the principal gait deficit may be loss of ankle eversion due to peroneus longu…