Motors create a platform for uphill and downhill walking
With two lift motors - one in front and the other at the back - clinicians can create uphill and downhill walking for patients. An overhead harness can be used for patients for less strenuous unweighted exercises. This type of exercise allows improved lower body movement training without the patient bearing his or her whole body weight on the treadmill. The deck can be elevated to accommodate unweighted exercises.
The belt and deck are low-maintenance
A wide, ample space of 22" x 60" stride surface features a self-lubricating deck for low-maintenance operation.
This powerful motor is bi-directional
The 3.0 horsepower continuous duty speed motor goes forward from 0 to 10 mph and reverse up to 3 mph. Reverse walking is helpful to train muscles not normally exercised during forward walking alone. Small speed increments can be easily adjusted for patients of all conditions and ages.
The program measures step length on right and left sides
For clinicians whose patients suffer from gait imbalances, both left and right side step lengths can be measured to document progress. Clinicians can refer to both graphical and numerical measurements provided on the display for precise reference.
Data captures patient performance
Workout data can be downloaded directly to a ccomputer via USB connection.