Inclusive Exercise Equipment for Hospitals
Helping Patients Reach Goals
The NuStep® recumbent cross trainer can serve a wide variety of functions in any hospital setting including:
The NuStep’s unique inclusive design can provide patients with access to safe, full-body exercise that can help them reach their health goals.
Benefits of NuStep in Hospital Exercise Programs
Studies continue to show that hospital-based exercise programs are beneficial in patients’ recoveries, including those with arthritis, heart disease, hip replacement, etc., and even the critically ill. Many of these patients cannot use traditional equipment like a treadmill or bike, but virtually all could benefit from exercise on the NuStep.
NuStep can be a part of the success of your hospital’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.
Inclusive, Adaptive Design
The NuStep recumbent cross trainer provides a full-body cardiovascular and strength workout that is also low impact. With a low-inertia start up and multiple resistance levels, you can customize the intensity of your patients’ workouts and track their progress over time.
For patients who have recently experienced a heart event, major surgery or who have other physical limitations, the NuStep’s user-controlled stride length and low step-through design options in many of our models can provide an opportunity for accelerated recovery through exercise.
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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)
• American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)
• Medical Fitness Association (MFA)
• American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM)