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Rehabilitation Equipment Access Health Rehabilitation Equipment includes all equipment required to help rehabilitate people after surgical procedures, heart attacks, strokes and accidents. This rehabilitation involves, surgeons, allied health professionals including Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, and Sport's Medicine Professionals. Chiropractors, Osteopaths, Myotherapists, massage therapists and carers. Initial Equipment involved includes Manipulation Tables. Neurological tables, Traction Tables, Massage Tables, Tilt Tables and Patient Trolleys. In addition there is Electrotherapy modalities such as Ultrasounds, Interferential, Muscle stimulators, TENS, CPMs. Other treatments include Hot and Cold Therapy and controlled exercise, where resistive exercise bands and tubes provide an important initial assistance.
Strength training includes the use of Cuff Weights and Dumbbells, right up to Weight stations such as Multi-Gyms Cardiovascular rehabilitation can include, Treadmills and Bikes along with equipment to monitor Heart Rate. Objective Measurement is an important aspect of Rehabilitation, so a range of ROM, HRT, Strength Testing, Blood Pressure, are an important areas requiring a range of equipment. Occupational Therapists require a battery of equipment to help patients relearn Fine Motor Skills. Rehabilitation does not end in the hospital so a range of equipment might be required to help people in the home, such as: Manual Wheelchairs & Power chairs, Walking & mobility aids, Bedroom Equipment and Seating.
Exercise and physical fitness is one of the keys to ongoing wellbeing and health, measurably increasing factors like life expectancy and being linked with improved mood. Having the right exercise equipments for the specific type of cardio, flexibility, speed or strength training you are doing ensures safety and efficiency in your workout.
While exercise equipment is key for personal training and general fitness, the specific field of gym therapy requires its own set of specialised gym therapy equipments. Rehabilitating muscles and prolonging physical function in patients with neuromuscular conditions are just two areas where gym therapy equipments are commonly used in treatment plans. Take a look at the great range below and ensure the best possible care for you, your clients or your patients.