Herewith the latest e-newsletter from PACE Rehabilitation. Please click on the link to see what this wonderfully creative, supportive and dynamic company have been up to: PACE – January e-Newsletter
Herewith the link to the Winter 2017 e-Newsletter from PACE Rehabilitation who have continued to do amazing work throughout 2017. I, for one, can’t wait to see what innovative solutions they come up with for amputees in the coming year. Prosthetics must surely be one of the most exciting and rapidly advancing branches of medicine… View Article
Please follow the link to visit the PACE Rehabilitation Website where you will find the latest news from PACE who continue to transform peoples’ lives in amazing ways. Click HERE to see what they’ve been up to in July.
Our thanks to PACE Rehabilitation for sending their Christmas Newsletter. Please see below for active links* and click on the Newsletter itself to visit the PACE Website. We wish all at PACE a Merry Christmas and look forward to hearing about more amazing developments in 2015! * Links in the above image won’t work. To… View Article
We’re grateful to Scott Richardson for sending us this latest good news from PACE. Wonderful to know that there is now a place for amputees and limb injured individuals to go for rehabilitation in the Northeast. Many congratulations to PACE on this, its 3rd clinic. * The link to Arctic1 above can not be opened. If… View Article
* You can visit the PACE Website by clicking on this logo * We’ve just received the latest e-newsletter (Edition 10) from PACE and, as usual, it doesn’t disappoint being choc-a-bloc with information about the latest PACE innovations and inspirational stories about the amputees benefitting from them. One such person is passionate mountain biker, Jude… View Article
‘Converting Patients into People’ We’re grateful to Scott Richardson of PACE for sending in the following hugely encouraging Press Release. This was scribed by Ottobock in conjunction with PACE and relates to a young female athlete that both have been supporting in her sporting ambitions. ****************************** 15 year-old confirms switch to athletics as innovative… View Article
We’re grateful to PACE Rehabilitation for sending us their latest Newsletter. As usual it’s packed full of interesting information and is well worth a read. You can click on the PACE logo above to visit the Website where you can read this (and other Newsletters) more easily! You will also be able to find out… View Article
Read the inspiring story of how Paralympic athlete, Sophie Kamlish received an everyday prosthesis from PACE Rehabilitation. (A link to the original article can be found below) Please click HERE to see the original document on the PACE Website
We’ve received notification from PACE Rehabilitation of a Press Release featuring a 74 year old established amputee patient who has regained his confidence through the provision of a new prosthesis with a micro-processor knee unit. Please read this inspirational story by clicking on the picture of Vernon Leigh on the left.
We have just received Issue 13, Winter 2012/2013, from PACE. As always, it’s packed with interesting and inspirational stories and articles as well as the factual information and news you’d expect from PACE Rehabilitation, a company at the forefront of the prosthetics field. You can see the Newsletter by clicking on the link. Highly recommended is… View Article
We’ve received the latest Enews from PACE Rehabilitation and I’m printing it here as a taster to show you what this amazing organisation is up to and the huge and exciting strides that are being made in prosthetics and rehabilitation. For this reason, the links won’t work but to follow up the stories and read… View Article
We’re grateful to Scott Richardson from PACE Rehabilitation for sending the following articles. PACE have excelled themselves recently and this is just an example of what amputees have been able to achieve recently with their help and expertise. ************************************* Amputee Bobby Griffin Carries the Olympic Flame Remarkably, just twenty months after his elective leg amputation… View Article
With no small thanks to PACE, Para-Cyclists, Jon-Allan Butterworth (Team GB) and Colin Lynch (Ireland), were crowned World Champions at the 2012 UCI Para-Cycling Track World Championships in Los Angeles at the weekend. Both riders were using brand new prosthetic devices that were developed and manufactured at PACE Rehabilitation in Cheadle (Cheshire) just before they… View Article
We have just received the December (and Christmas) issue of the PACE e-newsletter. Please click on the Newsletter to visit the live page:
Here is the link for PACE (Edition 12) which is now available to read on line. Please follow the link then click on this image: http://www.pacerehab.com/
Jon-Allan Butterworth set a new world record at the 2011 Para-Cycling Track World Championships in Italy. Please click HERE to download the PACE Press Release And HERE to see the report on the PACE Website Many congratulations to Jon-Allan. A step closer to that gold medal in the 2012 Paralympics!
Please click HERE to see the Summer 2010 (Issue 10) Newsletter from PACE Rehabilitation. (The Douglas Bader Foundation is grateful to PACE for their ongoing support)
The inventor (and user) of a revolutionary prosthetic device, which provides the opportunity to transform the sporting capabilities of a person who has lost their leg above the knee, comes to the UK next week. The first British users of the Bartlett Tendon (including GB Paralympian John McFall) will meet, share their experiencesand learn from itscreator,Brian… View Article
It’s Raining Amputees Watch the You Tube film by clicking HERE A group of amputees took to the skies overhead in Nottinghamshire this week, in a charity tandem sky dive. The idea was conceived when a patient at PACE Rehabilitation in Chesham, Bucks casually mentioned to his prosthetist, Jamie Gillespie, that he had always wanted… View Article
PACE Rehabilitation is opening a clinic in the South to meet the growing demand for its services. The leading multi-disciplinary rehabilitation clinic, which has been assessing and treating patients from across the UK and Europe at its centre in Manchester for the past five years is opening a new clinic in Chesham, Buckinghamshire. Experts in… View Article