The Dynamic Stair Trainer Compact, available through Clarke Health Care Products, is a smaller version of the company’s Dynamic Stair Trainer and offers steps that adjust to each client’s ability.
Hausmann Industries Inc markets a Push-Pull Sled Station designed to simulate push-pull work tasks during work hardening activities.
A back brace featuring an anterior panel and built to offer postoperative support for relief from mild to acute lower back pain is available through RehabMart.com.
PHS Therapeutics by Pivotal Health Solutions markets the ergonomically designed LAST Leg & Shoulder Therapy Table with Hi-Lo Elevating Base, built to support bilateral training and specific anatomical positioning.
The Neurological Pedal Set, available through Spirit Medical Systems Group, can be installed on a Spirit Medical rehabilitation bike (Upright – MU100 or Recumbent –MR100) or almost any other standard stationary bike with a 9/16-inch threaded crank.
New wearable technology from Motus Global is designed to help baseball players optimize their performance and reduce their risk of injury.
Virginia Mason Hospital & Seattle Medical Center have developed a “therapy car” built to be used by its physical and occupational therapists to help patients post-hip and knee replacement simulate getting in and out of a real vehicle.
The Theraquatics Water Running Belt is built to suspend the body in an upright position in the water at shoulder level.
The Elbow Sleeve, available through Restorative Care of America Inc, is built to provide compression and therapeutic warmth to the elbow, reducing inflammation and reliving stiffness and pain linked to elbow injuries, such as tennis or golfer’s elbow.
Nautilus Inc recently announced in a company news release the Apple Healthkit integration with its Bowflex Max Trainer this month, which will be followed closely by integration with the recently launched Nautilus 616 cardio line.