FES Cycling Find out more

FES cycling plays an important role during rehabilitation and can be used across the continuum of care

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Robotic-assisted rehabilitation Find out more

Robotic-assisted rehabilitation helps patients recover mobility and independence by providing intensive training to enhance movement and achieve optimal results

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Gym equipment Find out more

Our range of Gymnasium Equipment allows the user to perform an extensive range of exercises from home without assistance; promoting independence and rehabilitation.

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Our range of rehab’ and fitness equipment is suitable for use in hospitals as well as at home

Our rehab’ and fitness products have been created to give the users their independence, whilst providing unprecedented health benefits.

Spinal cord injury (SCI) damage often causes permanent changes in strength, sensation and other body functions below the site of the injury. The effects of an injury like this can be devastating for patients and their families. But exercise and physical activity can be particularly beneficial for SCI patients.

Physical activity is important for all of us. Exercise reduces the risk of developing chronic health problems such as heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes etc. For people with a SCI, regular exercise can bring about added health benefits. Call Cyclone today and ask to speak to one of our specialist advisers.

Cyclone Blog

Check out the latest articles from our blog on all things relating to rehabilitation & fitness and mobility.

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Business As Unusual

Since the lock-down started, we have been working hard to ensure that our life-changing mobility and rehabilitation products are still available to those who need them most. We are now in a position to return….

Read more 11 June 2020

Paralympic Games Quiz

With the majority of the country self-isolating, we thought we'd do our bit to keep the boredom at bay. We've produced a quick quiz to keep you alert in between whatever Netflix series you're currently….

Read more 20 March 2020

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