A full-time job and childcare – where do I fit in training?

Posted by Wellspect, March 4 2022

Finding the time to train and maintain fitness with a full-time job and childcare commitments is a challenge for most parents, and even more so during a pandemic. However, Wellspect's Alan Cook found the move to online solutions had some unexpected benefits his handcycling.

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Topics: Sport, Spinal Cord Injury, #RoadToParis

Empowering SCI patients to get their dignity back

Posted by Wellspect, September 20 2021

Monday, September 20th marks the start of Urology Week 2021. As part of our annual partnership with The International Spinal Cord Society (ISCoS), we were invited to host the latest episode of their podcast "SCI Care: What really matters" for a urology focused episode with host Rachel Chapple, Global Product Manager and Clinical Education Manager for Wellspect, and guests Carina Andersson, Nurse and Urotherapist, and ISCoS President Prof Ruth Marshall. 

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Topics: International Spinal Cord Society (ISCoS), Spinal Cord Injury

Bowel Management, Freedom and Dignity - A Patient's Story

Posted by Wellspect, September 2 2021

As part of our annual partnership with The International Spinal Cord Society (ISCoS), we were invited to speak in the latest episode of their podcast "SCI Care: What Really Matters". Bev Collins, Clinical Lead Nurse for Wellspect UK and Sallyanne Haigh join ISCoS president Prof Ruth Marshall to discuss 'a patient's story'.

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Topics: International Spinal Cord Society (ISCoS), Bowel dysfunction, Spinal Cord Injury

Wellspect at ISCoS 2020!

Posted by Alan Cook, August 24 2020

As a proud sponsor of the first ever virtual ISCoS Meeting, Wellspect welcomes you to meet our avatar and visit our virtual booth on September 1st - 5th, 2020

For the 59th year, ISCoS – the international spinal cord society annual scientific meeting – will pursue its mission to foster education, research and clinical excellence in matters relating to SCI. This year, due to the unusual circumstances, the meeting will be taking place in a new shape – ISCoS 2020 will be fully digital! During 5 days we will meet online for virtual lectures and workshops, sharing the latest discoveries within the field.

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Topics: Spinal Cord Injury