Functional Balance Training

The ADL Balance Trainer puts function at the forefront of balance training. Patients see the direct benefit to improving ADLs & enjoy the real-life approach to exercising.

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Recent ADL Balance Blog posts

5 Ways to Progress Balance Exercises

5 Ways to Progress Balance Exercises

Movements can be modified in 5 simple ways to affect the degree of balance difficulty. In the paragraphs below the following 5 movement modificatio...
Talking Balance on Senior Rehab Podcast

Talking Balance on Senior Rehab Podcast

Thanks to Senior Rehab Podcast for having me on the show - I enjoyed talking balance (and other topics) with Dustin Jones!  What You NEED To Know A...
5 Tips to Make Balance Rehabilitation Hip

5 Tips to Make Balance Rehabilitation Hip

The hips are often overlooked in therapy treatments. Through injury (CVA, THA, OA, etc.) and/or aging, patients often lose their ability to effecti...

Balance for Life

We believe our balance equipment should last a lifetime. Our goal is to make high-quality products that last for years and can be easily repaired. 

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PT & OT 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

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