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#1 damolad


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Posted 15 May 2013 - 10:38 PM



Reck Motomed Viva 1 for sale in Ireland.


The most sold motor driven, software-controlled movement therapy machine for people with paralysis, spasticity and physical weakness. Ideal for daily passive, assistive and active movement training.

- Moving legs or arms: passively, assitively or actively
- For your safety: SpasmControl with automatic direction change, MovementProtector, safety foot shells...
- Moveable and slip-proof (all metal construction)





This equipment is in good condition and working perfectly. It belongs to my friend who has MS and no longer needs it. He's asked me to see if I can find a buyer for it so here goes.

Message me for more info if you are interested. 

I will get some pics on here as soon as I can.



#2 karen watts

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Posted 23 May 2013 - 11:54 AM

i am interested in buying or hiring a bike. I now have ro0m to store and use at home. please send me details of your bike

eg price condition etc.





#3 LesleyHogg


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Posted 27 May 2013 - 03:04 PM

We are looking to buy a motomed for my father who has incomplete C2 injury.  He was able to use one at Spinal Unit in Glasgow during rehab, but none available locally.  Could you please let me know if it is still for sale, and if so, how much? many thanks, Lesley

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