Functional & Fun Balance Training

The ADL Balance Trainer combines function with fun to improve balance. Patients see the direct benefit to improving ADLs & enjoy the game-based approach to exercising.

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5 Tips to Make Balance Rehab Hip

5 Tips to Make Balance Rehab Hip

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

Part 4: Balance Systems – Roadmap to Being the Best

This is the last post in a 4-part series on the business opportunities in balance. In the post “The Business Case for Better Balance,” I wrote that being the best at balance is a competitive advantage and includes excelling in 3 areas: knowledge (see 5-Point Check of Balance Knowledge post), equipment (see List of Must Have […]

Part 3: List of Must Have Balance Training Equipment

In the previous post “The Business Case for Better Balance,” I wrote that being the best at balance is a competitive advantage and includes excelling in 3 areas: knowledge (see 5-Point Check of Balance Knowledge post), equipment, and systems. In respect to equipment, I stated the best “have the equipment needed to treat various balance problems […]

For Therapists By Therapists

We are a therapist-owned company and, just like you, we treat patients. We use the equipment we make & sell. If we don't like it; we don't make it & we don't sell it. We hope you will like our balance equipment and invite you to try it out. 

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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