It is a 2-meter long parallel bar system used for rehabilitation walking. The painted steel framework has a wooden, laminated, wear-proof platform and is equipped with access ramps.
These parallel bars can be adjusted in height between 62 and 80 cm with the innovative “STandGOSystem™”, which allows immediate adaptation to the build of the user. The height of the handrails can also be modified during rehabilitation. Additionally, the handrails can be adjusted in width from 55 to 71 cm. The handrails are thermoplastic and non-slip. All parts can be easily disinfected.
The modularity allows creating parallel bar systems of the desired length by removing the access ramps from the joining side (reference modules are items codes no. 01391 and no. 02996).
Thermoplastic modules, motor training, sensory bags and different density pads can be used on the parallel bars to create a challenging training environment and develop a variety of instability exercises. Weight: 71 kg.
When making height adjustments, also check the translation of the parallel bars. The dynamics 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 platform by wheelchair. In this manner, the patient can apply the levers and effort available for his/her natural verticalization while supported by the “STandGOSystem™”, and reduce the necessity for assistance from the therapist.
OPTIMIZING PATIENT LOCOMOTION
The parallel bars with the STandGOSystem™ 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; then, the handrail height is progressively reduced until the user’s hands just brush them 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 ambulating during functional recovery.
The modularity of our parallel bar systems 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.
PARALLEL BAR GLIDER
During the initial phase of identifying the therapeutic rehabilitation program, use of an antebrachial support on the parallel bars allows an evaluation of how the patient ambulates in a completely safe environment. This solution prevents possible interruptions while carrying out the therapeutic rehabilitative exercise and also ensures safe restraint of the person. Intervention by the operator is limited to watching over the patient.
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