Inclusive Exercise Equipment for Physical Therapy
Meeting Your Client’s Needs
The NuStep® recumbent cross trainer has become an invaluable therapy tool for professionals around the world. Whether the focus in your physical therapy setting is:
- Cardiovascular and Pulmonary
Exercise on a NuStep can accommodate your patients' unique needs and help them make functional gains. The NuStep’s inclusive design and adaptive equipment make total-body strength and cardio workouts possible for virtually any user, including many who use a wheelchair.
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“I have witnessed tremendous results.”
Marcy A. Boughton, MSPT, purchased a NuStep for her therapy clinic at the insistence of one of her patients, who just happened to be a retired occupational therapist. She quickly discovered that the NuStep was a unique and important addition to her clinic that provided better patient outcomes.
Benefits of NuStep for Physical Therapy
The NuStep is unlike other exercise equipment. It provides a full-body cardio and strength workout that is also low impact. With a low-inertia start up and user-controlled stride length, you can customize the intensity of your clients’ workouts and track their progress over time.
The closed kinetic chain exercise and multiple resistance level options can strengthen the quadriceps, which has been shown to be very important for functional gain post surgery.
Our recumbent cross trainers also feature a wheelchair-height seat that swivels 360 degrees on all of our models and a low step-through design on many of our models, along with a sturdy grab ring, making it easier for clients to get on and off the machine.
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 Physical Therapy Association (APTA)