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Physical therapy Parallel Bars and Exercise Staircases

 

Modular staircases and adjustable parallel bars for use in physical therapy. Modular parallel bar systems and parallel bars allow performing exercises within a therapeutic rehabilitation program.

 

The modular parallel bars Plus Line are characterized by the innovative STandGOSystem™ for simultaneous and precise adjustment of the handrails on the two sides, which keeps them perfectly parallel by means of a single control that requires minimum effort to be operated.

 

 

Parallel bars standgo height adjustment

 

 


The foot control activates gas springs for continuous movement, thus ensuring maximum precision and uniform adjustment, which can be millimetric or, in any event, extremely precise and can be quickly carried out even during rehabilitation exercise. The handrails can also be adjusted in width. Handrail width adjustment.

 

Parallel bars plus line details

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Accessibility from a seated position

accessibility from seated position

 

  1. When making height adjustments, also check the translation of the parallel bars. The dynamic of this function allow the user to comfortably place his/her forearms on the handrails while remaining seated, without having to be transferred onto the main footboard (photo 1) by wheelchair.
  2. In this manner, the patient can apply he levers and effort available for his/her natural verticalization while supported by the "STandGO System"™, and reduce the necessary for assistance from the therapist (photo 2).

Immediate adjustment for height

adjusting the parallel bars height supporting locomotion and rehabilitation activity

 

The parallel bars in the Plus Line allow carrying out step training by optimizing patient locomotion as a result of the simple and immediate adjustment system for height and width, with adaptation to the motor pattern that will be developed.

 

During the initial phase, maximum support is ensured to the upper limbs (photo 1); then the handrail height is progresssively reduced until the user's hands just brush them (photo 2) or don't touch them at all.

 

In this manner, the parallel bars will not be an obstacle for correct posture by the user when ambulation during functional recovery.

Parallel bars modularity

The modularity of the parallel bar systems in the Plus Line allows the patient to be involved and motivated when ambulating, leaving the therapist more time to dedicate to observing and evaluating functional improvements during the exercise. Therefore, the therapist can concentrate - especially in the case of subjects with extremely compromised neuro-motor characteristics - on continuously correcting gestures, rate, angles and the kinematic mechanism while the patient ambulates, until the most correct motor pattern is obtained.

 

esempio di composizione

 

This image illustrates an example of modularity by combining two 3-meter long and one 2-meter long parallel bars, thus obtaining an 8-meter long walkpath.

 

  1. Detail of the limit switch element for the parallel bar glider.
  2. The parallel modules can be joined without any fixings being required. Simply remove the access ramp. A parallel course of the required length can be created.
  3. Limit bar to assist the user with changing the walking direction, and extending the therapeutic – rehabilitation course.

Documents
Documents
Chapter - 08 - PARALLEL BARS AND STAIRCASES - International Edition 2016/2017
The STandGO system - Parallel bar glider - Parallel bar modularity - Modular Walk Paths - Parallel bars Plus line for children and adults - Parallel bars Standard line - Rehabilitation staircases and configuration options
Video
Video

Parallel Bars 3 Mt. - Plus Line

StandGo System - Evolution Walking in Rehabilitation

Parallel Bars 3 Mt. - Plus Line

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