Numotion's COVID-19 Response: What you Need to Know

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side-image-(1).PNG1. Don’t let your bladder control your life. I used to limit my time away from the house for fear that I would need to use a bathroom. Finding products that worked with my lifestyle allowed me to spend more time outside my home. 

2. Talk to your medical team about options that fit your lifestyle. After talking to my doctor, we agreed that a temporary indwelling catheter would be a good choice  for me.

3. Take the time to learn as much as you can about products you choose. Being knowledgeable about the products you choose will give you confidence. One-time use clean kits allow me to feel comfortable when traveling long distances via airplane, or cycling for miles.


 
Carrie Finale, ATP

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Carrie Finale, ATP

Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Carrie now resides in the Florida Panhandle with her boyfriend and dog. Carrie was injured in 1997 in a motor vehicle collision, and sustained a spinal cord injury and complete paraplegia. In 2008 she started handcycling recreationally with a group of riders at the Bay Area Outreach Program in Berkeley, CA. Carrie began to race handcycles competitively, which led to a spot on the US National Team in 2011. In 2013, Carrie took second in the the world’s longest wheelchair/handcycle, Alaska’s Sadler Challenge. In 2014, Carrie began her career as an ATP, and joined the Numotion team in 2017. In addition to handcycling, Carrie enjoys boating and traveling.