... but in my dreams I dance

Posted by Wellspect, March 18 2021

This is part two of the captivating story of Paralympic athlete Anne Wafula Strike MBE, who had a rough start in life, but never gave up. As Wellspect's guest blogger, she continues to share the fantastic story of her life and career. Enjoy the article and the video!

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Topics: Paralympics

I didn't apply for disability...

Posted by Wellspect, March 12 2021

Paralympic athlete Anne Wafula Strike MBA had a rough start in life. As Wellspect's guest blogger, she shares her fantastic story in two parts. Please enjoy the first part of the article and video!

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Topics: Paralympics

Straight Shooting Travel Tips

Posted by Sam Crow, July 17 2019

Travelling abroad with a spinal cord injury can present a number of challenges but with the right preparation, your travels can be made a lot smoother. Having been involved with Paralympic sport for 11 years, Select Nurse Lead, Bev Collins, has helped athletes to prepare for and travel to numerous overseas events. Here Bev shares her top tips.

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Topics: wheelchair, Self-catheterisation, Spinal injury, Catheterisation, Paralympics

My Amazing Rehabilitation Through Neurokenix - Part 2

Posted by Sallyanne, December 4 2018

Last week Sallyanne shared her story on how she re-gained her strength after her spinal cord injury. This week she shares how Neurokenix has helped her condition her body.

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Topics: Spinal Cord Injury, Sports, Coping Strategies, Lifestyle, Paralympics

My Amazing Rehabilitation Through Neurokenix - Part 1

Posted by Sallyanne, November 27 2018

My name is Sallyanne and I sustained a spinal cord injury after breaking my back when my horse fell on top of me at a cross country event in October 2015

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Topics: Spinal Cord Injury, Sports, Coping Strategies, Lifestyle, Paralympics