Saturday, May 28, 2022

Re: Drop foot stimulation systems NESS L300 and Free Walk

Gary Seaman

Hi All

Here are the responses.

My facility is certified to provide both and I have yet to see the patient
that prefers the Walkaide over the Ness L300. The Bioness product is just
so much nicer. It is easier to set up and the patients we’ve tested get a
significantly better response to the stimulation in the Ness L300. They also
remark that it (the stim) is more comfortable in the Ness L300. It certainly
looks much more refined than the WalkAide. I’ll sell you either but I’d put
my own mother in the Ness L300. Isn’t that the benchmark for us in this
industry;-)

The Bioness L 300 is used most often at our VA facility. Others may not
work on hills because their sensors are angle dependent. Bioness has a
spectacular support system.

Many thanks to those who responded.

Best wishes

Gary Seaman CPO (D)

On 3/12/09, Gary Seaman wrote:
>
> Hi All
>
> Could I have comments on these two systems and any others that might be out
> there.
>
> Thanking you in advance.
>
> Gary Seaman CPO(D)
>
>
> On 3/10/09, Gary Seaman wrote:
>>
>> Hi All
>>
>> Could I have comments on these two systems and any others that might be
>> out there.
>>
>> Thanking you in advance.
>>
>> Gary Seaman CPO(D)
>>
>
>

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