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Widnes, WA8 0SW

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RT300 SL Paediatric FES Bike

Market-leading FES bike designed exclusively for children

The RT300-SLP provides FES leg cycling for children as young as 4 years old. It is a compact and portable system that is easy to set up and convenient to use for wheelchair users as no transfer is required. Other features include:

  • Height adjustable platform facilitates correct ergonomic setup
  • Adjustable calf supports secure the legs while the feet are placed in the footrests
  • Wheelchair restraints hold the wheelchair securely in position during therapy sessions

RT300-SLP paediatric pedals are highly configurable to accommodate a wide range of orthopaedic issues. Children with neurological impairment have much to gain from FES activity-based therapy, as they are still growing and have higher levels of neuroplasticity.

    RT300 SLP Product Information

    FES Channels

    6 Expandable to 16


    15 – 55 rev / min


    1 – 22Nm


    0 to 140mA, 1mA Steps

    Pulse Width

    50 to 500usec, 10usec Steps


    10 to 100Hz


    FES is a well-established rehabilitation technique that uses pulses of electrical current to stimulate peripheral nerves.  FES is applied using adhesive pads placed over the muscle to be activated.  When activated, it generates muscle contractions and patterned muscle activity.

    With restorative therapies systems, FES creates patterned movement in the arms, legs and trunk. In people with weak or paralysed muscles, FES enables muscles to work and perform activities, even if the individual may not be able to consciously participate. Users can also stimulate core erector spinal muscles and abdominal muscles during the therapy session. This group of muscles are important for posture, balance, transferring, reaching and coughing.

    Karen’s Story

    When Karen was 19, she was shot in the back during an armed robbery, resulting in a T10 complete spinal cord injury.

    Karen first discovered the RT300 at an ability expo which resulted in her getting one for her home. When Karen first tried it, she felt “Amazing!”

    “I love to feel my muscles contract and get stronger! I love the cardiovascular workout.”

    She loves that the RT300 works her calf and ab muscles, unlike other FES devices. She also likes that the RT300 is smaller than her previous FES device, and is even portable for travel!

    Karen uses her device three to four times a week, or as much as she can, which has resulted in a reduced amount of spasms and increased muscle definition. When she doesn’t use it regularly, Karen reports feeling weaker and weight gain.

    In addition to standing, Karen says her device has kept her wound, fracture, and contraction free.

    Based on her experience, Karen believes that the RT300 should be recommended to ALL patients that qualify for one.

    “I hope physicians and therapists are being taught about how life changing this technology is for people with spinal cord injuries. It has saved my life by keeping me healthy and active for 31 years. I’m 50 years old and in great shape.”

    Karen lives a very active lifestyle, enjoying sports such as adaptive rowing, water skiing, and snow skiing. She also likes going to the beach and concerts in her free time.

    When asked about what’s next, Karen said, “I plan to write a book about my journey to becoming Ms. Wheelchair America 2019.”

    Congrats, Karen! We can’t wait to read it!

    “Be persistent and you can accomplish anything!” she said.

    RT300-SLP 1 RT300-SLP 2 RT300-SLP Sadey Cyndi Children with neurological impairment have much to gain from FES activity-based therapy, as they are still growing and have higher levels of neuroplasticity

    Muscle Selection

    Lower extremity

    Based on individual presentation for leg cycling, you can select from quadriceps. hamstrings, gluteals, gastrocnemius and tibialis anterior


    For core strength and stability you can also select abdominal and back muscle groups e.g. erector spinae

    All stimulation is appropriately coordinated during leg cycling based on muscle selection.