Exercise during Therapy
Further increasing quality of life for therapy patients
Our exercisers can assist patients to further improve their quality of life and well-being
Collective Of therapy Research
Exercise using Combi Bike Plus from Lemco Mobility contributes to good physical and mental well-being among the residents of Friplejehjemmet Lillebælt, DK.
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.
Claus Christian Gulmann, who has Parkinson’s disease and spinal stenosis, exercises for at least 30 minutes every day with his Combi Bike Plus. As a result, his back pain is reduced, and he now has a better quality of life.
Combi Bike Plus from Lemco Mobility took the place of an exerciser with a motor. This provided new opportunity to train more people at the elder centre, according to physiotherapist Martin Uhd. It’s employed for both warming up and rehabilitation.
The mobility exerciser Combi Bike Plus is popular among residents of the Himmelev Gl. Præstegård nursing home in Denmark. According to the coordinator for training and activities, it improves the physical well-being and quality of life of the residents.
When using BedBike from Lemco Mobility, dialysis patients experience less cramps and have more energy. The Randers Dialysis Unit staff can manage the little BedBike with ease as well.
While they exercise with Combi Bike Plus, residents at GuldBoSund Nursing Home and Rehabilitation enjoy engaging talks with occupational therapist Rune Nielsen. The exerciser is easy to use, and it works well for senior citizens.
François Braun, the French Minister of Health and Prevention, recently paid a visit to the Association Saint-André (ASA), a dialysis centre in Talange, France. A ministerial tour focused on “Sport and Health,” with the objective of elevating “prevention” as a crucial pillar of health policy.
Following hospitalization for conditions including strokes and fractures, rehabilitation with Combi Bike Plus helps patients return sooner to their own homes.
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.
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.
When the residents of Denmark’s largest nursing home exercise with a Combi Bike Plus, there is both humor and seriousness in the scene. The residents find it easy to use the mobility exerciser, according to physiotherapist Tom Rasmussen.
Chris Brooks contracted Covid and nearly died. However, using a Lemco Bed Bike assisted him in getting back on his feet and living an independent life. The Bed Bike was delivered directly to the hospital in Texas by Lemco Mobility.
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.
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.
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.
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.
A Combi Bike Plus is in great demand at the Montebello nursing home as training equipment. In particular for wheelchair users. Each of the six wards needs its own, according to the physiotherapist.