Serving Patients and Military Personnel in Many Veterans Administration Hospitals (VA), Base Hospitals, Clinics & Veterans Homes Worldwide
- Physical Therapists find this Equipment an Effective Way to Treat More Patients
Veterans and Active Duty Military Personnel in Need of Movement Therapy get Health Benefits from PMTD Technology. Including those with Spinal Cord Injury, MS, Paraplegia and Quadriplegia, Stroke, Obesity, Parkinson's disease, Traumatic Brain Injury and more...
- No Transfer Required...(The wheelchair patient does not need to be lifted out the wheelchair. Simply roll up and strap in their feet and go...see below)
- Ability to apply for Long-Term at-Home Rehabilitation Covered by Veteran's Benefits
- Allowing Veterans Movement Therapy Benefits for a Lifetime
- Experience and Results in Changing Thousands of Lives
Read the Many Testimonials on the Benefits of Flexiciser on this Website
Improved Range of Motion
Improved Flexibility and Stamina
Improved Circulation and
Increased Muscle Mass
Coordinated Motor Assisted Movement of Arms and Legs
Gait Training Without Weight Bearing
All Patients, including those in Wheelchairs Experience Many Benefits from the Three Modes of Operation
ALSO AVAILABLE IN HEAVY DUTY BARIATRIC MODEL FOR THOSE PATIENTS
350 to 750 LBS
Passive Mode: Motor assisted only
Active Mode: Ability to override the motor by manually moving the handlebars at a rate faster than that of the motor
Resistive Mode: Resisting the motor by pushing the opposite way of the handlebars
Many More Health Benefits
NATIONAL DISTRIBUTION THROUGH GSA/VA Contract #V797P-4857A
Step 1. Wheel into the PMTD
Step 2. Place feet into the foot pedals (some may need assistance with the velcro straps)
Step 3. Peform PASSIVE, ACTIVE, and RESISTIVE modes of the PMTD
Works With Most Facility Chairs and Wheelchairs
More than half of America's former warriors are returning home from Iraq and Afghanistan with medical and mental problems that need treatment, according to new statistics from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
"These are unprecedented numbers," said Dr. Sonja Batten, assistant deputy chief of patient services care for the VA Mental Health Division.
Flexiciser can help many of these returning warriors and Veterans.