read Our users experiences, using our exercisers at home
We have many users who have previously used one of our exceptional exercisers in the hospital or at rehabilitation, and just had to get one for their own home. Here are some wonderful stories from home users.
Rehabilitation with the Combi Bike Plus mobility exerciser
Niels Kristian Kjær sustained a number of serious injuries after a plane crash. A good three months of intensive exercising with the Combi Bike Plus mobility exerciser from Lemco Mobility in Elsinore, Denmark, helped him walk again after two complicated ankle fractures.
Daily exercise at home keeps Anders fit
Anders Bonde Jensen exercise with Combi Bike Plus mobility exerciser despite not being able to walk due to sclerosis. He uses it sitting in his wheelchair, and the daily exercise improves his arm strength and blood circulation in his legs.
The Combi Bike Plus provided results in just nine days
Kirsten Houmann was paralysed on the left side due to a stroke. But exercising with a Combi Bike Plus from Lemco Mobility, which was designed for stroke therapy, has improved her walking and eliminated the excruciating pain in her left shoulder.
I’m becoming more sociable as a result of my training
Roald Poulsen, a former football coach, has battled muscular dystrophy for over ten years. In his own words, he avoids impairment by training with a Combi Bike Plus, a mobility exerciser developed by Lemco Mobility in Elsinore, Denmark.
Resistance is positive
After a lengthy career in farming, farmer Bent Vange Nielsen has logged many miles on his feet. Following a stroke last year, he now carefully monitors the mileage on his Combi Bike Plus.
Combi Bike Plus keeps him moving
Niels Søren Hundborg enjoys going on everyday walks. The walks were jeopardized at one point because he grew shaky on his feet and fell. However, exercising on a Combi Bike Plus allows him to stroll on the beach and through the woods with confidence.
Sclerosis demands her to exercise daily with Combi Bike Plus
She finds it appealing as well. But it’s exercising with a Lemco Mobility Combi Bike Plus that keeps Dorte Jensen in shape after two decades with multiple sclerosis.
Combi Bike Plus helps Knud Erik Lang become more mobile
After a stroke, Knud Erik Lang rode a Combi Bike Plus for 722 kilometers to regain his mobility. The motivation comes from the need to be mobile and independent.
Spinal Cord Injury
Until now therapists and injured people have thought a motor was required to make the legs move in an exerciser. We have invented a technology that enables – even people with 100% Paralysed legs to exercise actively.
Cerebral Palsy CP
Kim has been in a wheelchair for many years. He has developed a Diabetes due to inactivity. No exerciser has been able to provide Kim the needed 30 minutes daily exercise until now.
Exercising at home with Combi Bike Plus
Exercise from an Electric Wheelchair Diagnosed 20 years ago, she wanted to exercise daily. Not only twice a week at