Inclusive Exercise Equipment for Cardiac Rehab
Improve Patient Outcomes
Studies continue to show that cardiovascular exercise can reduce further hospitalizations and speed recovery following a cardiac event. But when 40.4 million Americans with heart disease are over the age of 65, traditional fitness equipment often does not meet their unique needs in aerobic training.
The NuStep® recumbent cross trainer’s inclusive design can provide patients with access to safe, full-body cardiovascular exercise equipment.
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“We can't imagine not having NuSteps.”
Amy Preston at the Michigan Heart and Cardiovascular Institute is focused on helping patients in cardiac rehab regain their health, confidence and independence. One of the most important tools she uses is the NuStep recumbent cross trainer.
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Benefits of NuStep for Cardiac Rehab Clinics
The NuStep can add value to your cardiac rehabilitation program by providing a cardio and strength workout that is low-impact and comfortable for your patients. The low-inertia start up, user-controlled step length and wide range of resistance levels allow you to customize the intensity of your patients’ workouts and track their progress over time.
Accountable Care Solution
NuStep can be a part of the success of your clinic’s accountable care program. The NuStep provides an evidence-based aerobic training option that may help reduce hospitalizations, improve recovery outcomes, and enhance overall health and quality of life. Our inclusive, adaptive design can help you offer accelerated recovery and long-term gains for patients of virtually all ages and ability levels.
We value our partnerships.
We wholeheartedly support initiatives that make a meaningful difference in people's lives, and take great pride in the relationships we have with these important organizations:
• American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR)
Hospitals get patients sweating after heart surgery – The Advisory Board Company
To Heal a Heart, Train Harder – The Wall Street Journal