Hand Propelled Bicycle Exerciser

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Apt-1 Hi-Lo Active Passive Trainer

The APT-1 Hi-Lo Active Passive Trainer is a continuous passive motion device and progressive resistance arm and leg exerciser designed for use by seniors or individuals with neurological or physical disabilities. The unit is mounted on an adjustable stand so it can be positioned for either arm or leg exercise. It can be positioned low near the floor for lower body exercises or raised up to table top height for upper body workouts. An assortment of accessories are available to enable users with a

Apt-1 Portable Active Passive Trainer

The APT-1 Portable Active Passive Trainer is a continuous passive motion device and progressive resistance arm and leg exerciser designed for use by seniors and individuals with neurological or physical disabilities. This portable standalone unit with an adjustable angle base can be used on a table top for upper body workouts, or on the floor for lower body exercise while the user is seated in a wheelchair or chair. An assortment of accessories are available to enable users with a variety of phy

Apt-5 Active Passive Digital Trainer

The APT-5 Active Passive Digital Trainer is a continuous passive motion device and progressive resistance arm and leg exerciser designed for use by seniors and individuals with neurological or physical disabilities. Fully digital, this unit enables the user to control speed, resistance, amount of spins and load levels. A remote control facilitates operation for users with limited movement abilities. This portable, standalone unit with an adjustable angle base can be used on a table top for upper

Apt-5 Hi-Lo Active Passive Digital Trainer

The APT-5 Hi-Lo Active Passive Digital Trainer is a continuous passive motion device and progressive resistance arm and leg exerciser designed for use by seniors and individuals with neurological or physical disabilities. Fully digital, this unit enables the user to control speed, resistance, amount of spins and load levels. A remote control facilitates operation for users with limited movement abilities. The unit is mounted on an adjustable stand so it can be positioned for either arm or leg ex

Colorado Sport Cycle

The Colorado Sport Cycle is a bicycle arm or leg exerciser designed for use by individuals with upper and/or lower extremity disabilities. This adjustable, stationary exercise cycle is placed on a table and used with hand grips for upper extremity exercise. The unit can also be placed on the floor and used with the optional foot pedals for lower extremity exercise. The unit provides a choice of forward or bi-directional resistance. Standard features include lever-controlled resistance adjustment

Ex N' Flex Arm And Leg Machine (Model Ef-300)

The Ex 'N Flex Arm and Leg Machine, model EF-300, is a powered arm- or leg-propelled bicycle exerciser disigned for use by people with spinal cord injury or upper or lower extremity disabilities. This compact, lightweight cycle can be used on a tabletop or floor. The unit features an accessible control panel and cabled remote fot ease of operation, a bio feedback indicator, timer, forward and reverse directions. and three speed levels for passive or active training. Adjustable crank arm lengths

Gamecycle

The GameCycle is a hand-propelled bicycle exerciser system designed for use by people with stroke, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, spina bifida, cerebral palsy, and other neurological, lower extremity or mobility disabilities as well as people who use wheelchairs. This system merges exercise with video games by incorporating a modified arm ergometer that interfaces with a Nintendo GameCube to allow for the control of commercially-available racing games. The GameCycle consists of a he

Light Workout Exerciser

The Light Workout Exerciser is a hand- or leg-propelled bicycle exerciser designed for use by individuals with upper or lower extremity disabilities. The unit consists of a frame with pedals and can be used on the floor in front of a chair or a wheelchair for lower extremity exercise or placed on a table for upper extremity use. Features include manually-adjustable resistance, non-skid pads on the base, and hand/foot loops on the pedals. WEIGHT: 8 pounds. COLOR: Chrome finish.

Mabis Dmi Pedal Exerciser

The Mabis DMI Pedal Exerciser is a leg or hand propelled bicycle exerciser designed for use by individuals with mobility disabilities who are unable to use a standard bicycle. The exerciser can be placed on the floor in front of a chair or wheelchair for leg exercise or on a table for arm exercise. It features a steel frame with a baked enamel finish, non-slip pads on the pedals/handgrips, toe/hand loops, and an adjustable resistance knob.

Pro Ii All Body

The Pro 2 All Body, model AB6400, is a hand propelled bicycle exerciser designed for use by individuals with lower extremity or mobility disabilities or spinal cord injuries. The hand cranks turn in unison, so the arms can do the work and still involve the legs passively, or the strong side of the body can support the weaker side. For orthopedic rehabilitation, the range of motion can be altered as rehabilitation progresses. The Pro II features step through seat positioning or direct wheelchair

Quickie Shark RT Handcycle

Quickie Shark RT Handcycle is designed for individuals with limited lower extremity strength and coordination as a result of a spinal cord injury or stroke. It offers integrated lower leg length adjustment for individual user needs. The parking brake secures the Shark RT from rolling forwards or backwards. This allows for safe transfer in and out of the hand bike. The independently adjustable back elements help to enhance the performance of the driver and allows for optimal power transfer. They

Restorator Iii Home Model (922141)

The Restorator III Home Model, 922141, is a hand-or leg-propelled bicycle exerciser designed for home use by people with physical disabilities. The device consists of two pedals with foot or hand loops attached to a frame; a front T-bar provides stability. The unit features a clamp system for attaching to a chair or wheelchair, a resistance adjustment knob, and adjustable pedal length.

Saratoga Cycle

The Saratoga Cycle is a bicycle arm or leg exerciser designed for use by individuals with upper and/or lower extremity disabilities. This adjustable, stationary exercise cycle is placed on a table and used with the included handgrips for upper extremity exercise. The unit can also be placed on the floor and used with the optional foot pedals for lower extremity exercise. Adjustable, lever-type resistance control allows full resistance range. Other standard features include a padded forehead rest

Saratoga Silver Cycle

The Saratoga Silver Cycle is a hand propelled bicycle exerciser designed for use by individuals with lower extremity, upper extremity, or mobility disabilities. This arm cycle provides readings of torque, power, or energy expended during an exercise session. It uses a belt drive system with bi-directional operation. Resistance is computer-adjustable via touch panel switches and solid state feedback. The cycle has six pre-programmed exercise routines and can also be programmed for custom routines

Spirit 630 Arm Cycle

The Spirit 630 Arm Cycle is an arm exerciser designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This freestanding arm cycle is equipped with an open wheelchair- accessible base and handgrips. Features include an 18-pound iron internal flywheel; adjustable cycle-to-floor angle; variable resistance; QuickExchange standard handgrips; foot plates with ankle/toe straps; mobility casters; and an electronic digital display of speed, pedal revolutions per minute, total pedal revolutions,

Tricycle-Based Hand-Powered Wheelchair

A tricycle-based wheelchair is designed to enable the user to exert less energy than required by a standard wheelchair while ensuring safety and comfort. The Tricycle-Based Hand-Powered Wheelchair allows persons with physical disabilities to exert less energy during travel, enjoy outdoor activities, and exercise upper body muscles. Since the wheelchair is a hand-powered tricycle, the user must have sufficient upper body strength to power it. The Tricycle-Based Hand-Powered Wheelchair can be us

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