Adjust crank length to fit range of motion
To help patients with limited mobility or injuries, the pedals can be moved along the crank to accomodate range of motion as small as 15 degrees. Smaller degrees render smaller circular lower body motions, so that patients can complete a full 360 degree stroke during rehabilitation. Cranks are indexed for keeping track of how far patients have improved, as well as for precise repetition.
The seat rotates 360 degrees and adjusts forward and back
The padded seat features contoured curves for the best stability and comfort. This helps people with limited strength and those who need assistance to position themselves better while seated. The seat moves forward and back to accommodate different heights, as well as reclines for various hip angles.
Console measures strength input on left and right sides
For asymmerical patients who need to work on strengthening a weaker leg, the symmetry program allows clinicians to keep record and measure improvement as their patients progress.