Revolutionizing Stroke Recovery with the LE Sling - An Interview with Amy E. Lee
This is a thing that I think could help people and, like you said, it's a very non-complicated device that in my pt brain, I think, could have a very broad function, broad application.
In the latest episode of Recovery After Stroke, host Bill Gasiamis talks to Amy E. Lee about the innovative LE Sling device that she designed and produced. The device is a non-complicated, adjustable waist belt that uses a bungee system to support the leg after a stroke, reduce painful walking and assist in the forward propulsion of gait. The LE Sling device is an important tool for stroke survivors that is easy to use and helps mimic the natural gait pattern.
Amy shares her personal journey in creating the LE Sling device, how it works, and the benefits of using it. The LE Sling device is adjustable and can be used for any body shape or size. It is also versatile and can be worn both inside and outside of clothing. Amy also discusses the current and future studies being conducted on the device at The University Of Oklahoma Health Science Center.
Listeners can use the coupon code AUS30DU to receive a discount on the LE Sling device. Amy also provides advice for stroke survivors and emphasizes the importance of sharing quality information in stroke recovery. The episode ends with a call-to-action to listen to the full interview on alcoholfree.com.
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