Every day, Berith had to rush to the toilet as the food ran out of her throat. The doctor diagnosed her with hiatal hernia, but said there was no treatment.
After a few weeks’ consistent exercise, I could feel a real difference. The daily nightmare of standing over the toilet, faded from my life.
Helene Andersson was only 39 years old when she had a stroke after an incident on the ski slopes. Thanks to the neuromuscular treatment IQoro Helen got help years after the event.
I was still in my 40s and wondered if the rest of my life would be characterised by slurred speech and acid reflux? Then I stumbled over IQoro.
After a somewhat tortuous journey filled with diverse sickness problems, Ulla is enjoying her regained quality of life. The neuromuscular training device IQoro lies behind much of this improvement.
Before I was not able to bend down after a meal without my food coming up again. Now I can potter around the garden after any meal, says Ulla.
Thomas was radiation-damaged during a difficult cancer treatment. He lost his ability to eat and swallow. Thanks to IQoro, he has come a long way in his rehabilitation.
I think it should be the healthcare systems responsibility to make IQoro available. The device really makes a difference.
It’s been over six years since Swedish television told the story of Christina Hedlunds failed breast surgery in Poland that led to a serious brain injury.
I have learned along the way what significance IQoro has for people with acquired brain injuries.