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Testimonials

Chantel Carroll
We believe that the Mollii suit was a valuable tool in helping Chantel’s body re-boot itself as a whole, allowing the body to heal itself naturally at its own pace. The fact that it was a drug free approach was of extreme benefit, in that the Mollii suit, we believe, allowed Chantel’s body to heal without over- stimulating her already over sensitised body systems. As at August 2020, 16 months after the Mollii suit trial, Chantel is now 75-80% recovered from her illness with no more seizures to date, she is no longer bedridden, and enjoys greatly improved health. She is now looking forward to beginning her life again as a normal teenager.   Read More
Michelle & Glenn Carroll
Nancy Dent
Today has been an amazing day. My daughter was diagnosed with a Global Functional Disability very early in her life which left her in unknown territory. Through many trials and tribulations I have seen a miracle today.  I have been trying for many years to get my daughter to swim and it has proven very challenging and near impossible.

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Nancy Dent
Jacqui Russell
After 15 minutes of wearing the suit, the therapist asked Harlie to lay down so he could check the progress on her left arm as she still has some spasticity in her shoulder inhibiting her from bringing her arm completely over her head while keeping it straight.  He moved her arm quite freely but I still wasn’t convinced.  I asked if I could try moving her arm myself.  Oh.  My.  Goodness.  As I moved her arm above her head, I burst into tears.  Her arm felt 100% free of spasticity.  It felt very much like her legs did straight after SDR surgery.

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Jacqui Russell
Kathleen
After having the Mollii suit on for only one hour, I was bouncing all over the place – I was unstoppable. I was really delighted and surprised to find I had the confidence to run, and run I did. I can now go up and down the front step normally.
Kathleen
Joe
I can now walk up three flights of stairs to my appointment, pain free, without holding onto the rail.
Joe