Bryan Mallindine and Flexiciser™ Support Challenged Women's Support Initiative

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Bryan Mallindine and Flexiciser™ Support Challenged Women's Support Initiative

Bryan Mallindine President of Flexiciser™ and his dedicated staff are well known for their community involvements. Recently they participated as a vendor at the Challenged Women's Support Initiative which held a Fashion Show with Recreational Gear and Adaptive Equipment, at the Sharp Memorial, Mary Birch Women's Hospital. Their Movement Therapy™ Device which attendees had the opportunity to learn about it's use was a big success at the event, as so many of the attendee's are experiencing Movement Therapy issues.

The Challenged Women's Support Initiative is a support group for women with SCI (Spinal Cord Injury) which meets at Sharp Mary Birch Hospital for Women the second Wednesday of each month at 11:30 am and the meeting is from noon - 1:30 pm. Women and Men with physical disabilities, caregivers and others who are interested are welcome to participate. And those unable to attend the meetings, education and peer support resources are welcome to participate.

"Flexiciser™ is thrilled to support those living with SCI, as well as all their caregivers who take time to care for them. We get to talk to so many wonderful people at these events and get to learn more about the issues they are facing which helps us in the development of our product lines," says Bryan Mallindine, the President of Flexiciser™.

"We are also excited that our Movement Therapy Device™ is the only technology that offers patients a natural walking/running stride, moving arms and legs, simultaneously with no weight-bearing impact on joints. It is also very effective for SCI patients as well as complete quadriplegics. Our customers who are wheelchair users have found a great deal of relief from spasticity, limited range of motion and poor blood circulation. Movement Therapy ™ has been scientifically proven to increase the overall health of individuals along with preventing the potential deterioration of life quality due to physical limitations," says Mallindine.

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