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Functional Electrical Stimulation of leg muscles in people with spinal cord injury

This research publication in the medical journal ‘Spinal Cord’ formed part of a research programme carried out by HL Gerrits under the direction and supervision of Professor Maria Hopman of Radboud University of Nijmegen, Professor Anthony J Sargeant and Arnold de Haan of the Vrije University of Amsterdam. 299 more words

Professor Anthony J Sargeant

Government funding makes disabled exercise research at UBCO a reality

Exercising regularly is a challenge for many, but even more so for people with disabilities.

A study at UBC Okanagan has been looking at barriers to keeping fit that are faced by those living with spinal cord injuries (SCI). 126 more words


Challenge Chloe

So this March, even though it’s my birthday month, and I like to celebrate for the entire month, I have decided to set myself a challenge, because why not. 454 more words


When Life Changed In A Blink of An Eye

First of all, I apologize in advance for this obnoxiously long post. I promise that not all future posts will be this exhausting.

Most of you reading this know what happened to my husband, Matt, almost a year ago. 1,722 more words


Chanteal Black is gaining her strength with Encore Rehabilitation-Citronelle

Thank you, Chanteal, for choosing Encore Rehabilitation-Citronelle! 

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The electrical stimulation of leg muscles (including FES) of people with Spinal cord injury will be affected by the temperature of the muscle

This research publication formed part of the PhD thesis of H.L. Gerrits who was directed by a team of colleagues from the Vrije Universiteit of Amsterdam headed by Professor Anthony J Sargeant and Professor Maria Hopman from the Radboud University Nijmegen. 292 more words

Professor Anthony J Sargeant