Condition: Neurological and musculoskeletal conditions affecting their gait, balance and coordination.
Weight-bearing and Standing Therapy are key exercises in gait rehabilitation. Patients with neurological and musculoskeletal conditions affecting their gait, balance and coordination benefit from weight-bearing exercises. Prolonged standing, weight shifting, leg strengthening exercises in standing position are all weight bearing activities that promote bone and muscle strengthening.
LL Corpus: MINI CLINIC ™: provides Weight bearing and Standing Therapy Exercises for rehabilitation patients.
When space is limited, and caregivers are unavailable, patients are able to perform standing therapy with one therapist to work out using weights, resistive Theraband, RedCord and other rehab accessories with weight bearing principle within a safe environment of Mini Clinic without fear of falling.
The Mini Clinic ™ allows patients to maximize rehab potential in gait through patient initiation of repetitive steps in a portable treadmill with various levels to build up stronger muscles and bone, endurance and balance to promote gait stability and increase gait distance.