Treadmills have long been used in therapy and conditioning to encourage patient compliance. Now, the small speed increments, specially configured handrails, and gait monitoring permit the neurologically impaired patient population to safely benefit as well..
Two independent incline motors Providing true incline and declineFront incline range from 0 to 15 % grade
Rear decline range from 0 to - 10 % grade
True Zero SpeedWhen the belt is not moving the motor is locked for patient safety.
Bi-Directional Belt SpeedForward belt speed from 0.1 to 10 mph in 0.1 mph increments
Reverse belt speed from 0.1 to 3.0 mph in 0.1 mph increments – reverse walking
Adjustable Belt Speed AccelerationAdjustment range is 1 second to 1 minute for every 1 mph of belt speed
Low Step-Up HeightRemovable patient step-up
Adjustable Full Length Handrails For SafetyAccommodates a wide variety of patient populations
Height – 62 cm to 87.5 cm
Width – 49.5 cm to 78.7 cm
Instrumented Deck To Provide Basic Gait Assessment And TrainingGraphical and numeric measurements of Step count; Steps per minute (cadence); Stride length; and Left vs. Right Gait Symmetry
Multiple Program ModesVO2; Heart Rate; Manual; Preset Programs: Hill, Plateau, and Interval; Custom Facility Program)
Multiple Display ModesMETs; Symmetry; Cadence; Stride Length; Steps; Pace; all Standard Biofeedback displays.
|Power||90 to 240 volts AC (Optional)|
|Motor||3HP continuous duty|
|Dimensions||L 239 cm x W 91.4 cm x H 143.5 cm|
|Tread Belt||5 years|
|Mechanical and Electronic
|Wearable Items||1 year|