A good tip:
Walking is vital to all of us. It gives us the freedom to get around and experience the world around us. The ability to walk can be affected after an illness, injury, or even elective surgery and must be rehabilitated. Our bodies are designed for movement; when movement is limited, it can affect many parts of the body and our mental health. Walking gets our hearts pumping, blood and oxygen circulating, and muscles and joints stretched and strengthened.
Patients with insecure walking can get back on their feet safely for both patient and staff with the Trainer Module and Positioning lock. The patients can build the confidence needed to try to improve their walking limitations. The therapist can use the Trainer Module and Positioning lock to adjust and emphasize the patient’s rehab goals in each session or whenever needed.
A good tip: Use a Ceiling Hoist for Daily Living Activities
Enhance patient mindset and recovery through simple daily activities supported by a ceiling hoist.
A good tip: Gait training
The Trainer Module and Positioning lock can be used to adjust and emphasize the patient’s rehab goals within either a session or whenever changes are needed.
A good tip: Avoid the risks of falling during rehabilitation
What do you do if your patient has a loss of balance when standing or walking?
A good tip: Training on steps and stairs
When using the Trainer Module, it is possible to repeat exercises on stairs and uneven surfaces often and safely for both patient and staff.