Balance Blog Posts

Crosswalk #3: Tinetti Performance Assessment and Haas Balance Book

Crosswalk #3: Tinetti Performance Assessment and Haas Balance Book

The Tinetti Performance Oriented Mobility Assessment Tool (Tinetti) is a standardized assessment tool for balance and gait that helps establish fal...
Crosswalk #2: Dynamic Gait Index and Haas Balance Book

Crosswalk #2: Dynamic Gait Index and Haas Balance Book

The Dynamic Gait Index (DGI) is a standardized assessment tool for rating dynamic balance, gait, and fall risk. Based on results of the DGI, exerci...
3 Ways to Better Use Therapy Cones for Balance

3 Ways to Better Use Therapy Cones for Balance

If you use cones in therapy for reaching and/or balance exercises, check out the following 3 low and no cost ways listed below to help you get more...

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Testimonials

Our facility purchased the ADL Balance Trainer in 2015 and it has quickly become one of the most utilized pieces of equipment in our therapy gyms. It is versatile and can be used for seated, standing, and other functional training. Both Physical and Occupational Therapists utilize this device frequently in treating balance for mobility and ADL’s. An added bonus is this device does not require power and can be placed anywhere. 

Seth Torres OTR, MOT, Director of Therapy Operations Trustpoint Rehabilitation Hospital of Lubbock

We really like the ADL Balance Trainer and utilize it several times a day. We see a lot of carryover to other tasks. Our Speech Therapist likes to use the Balance Games from a seated position to work on memory and cognition. I really appreciate the adjustable platforms, we use them often to challenge patients to improve. I am glad that we have it here, and I will keep encouraging Rehab Pro to utilize them in the future at more buildings.

Kyle Meeks, PTA, Rehab Manager Crystal Park, RehabPro

The ADL Balance Trainer has been a great addition to our facility. I enjoy using the Balance Trainer for dynamic balance and reaching activities to improve ADLs and IADLs. The games have a great cognitive component and can be graded in several ways to meet the needs of the TBI and stroke populations. 

Kristen Pope, OT

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