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Brian Murray is a professional athlete, captain to Scotland's National Amputee Football team and an undeniable fighter!  A passionate footballer from a young age, faced with a life changing cancer diagnosis at just 11 years old.  This incredible man has turned adversity into opportunity by helping to launch amputee football in Scotland.  Brian was kind enough to have a chat with us about his life and work as a pioneer for amputees in the UK.
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The last 6 weeks have been a pretty scary time for my family and I. With the spread of COVID-19 to the UK and the start of lockdown came the reality that because of my long term health situation and...
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As a result of physical reliance on mobility aids or surfaces for support, bacteria is often transferred more easily from hands to crutches or walking sticks and vice versa.  Take care and use these simple steps to protect yourself, others & prevent the spread of coronavirus whilst using crutches or walking sticks.
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Best known for her role as Mummy Felstead on Channel 4's Made in Chelsea alongside her daughter Binky, Jane has experienced Multiple Sclerosis symptoms since she was 30 years old but sadly only received her formal diagnosis at the age of 65.  Currently sporting our Leopard Print Cool Crutches, we were lucky enough to catch up with Jane to hear her experience of MS, her top tips and how she maintains her faultless smile, contagious sense of humour and overall positive attitude for the future. 
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