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Body Support Treadmills

We are pleased to offer this specialized equipment at our Cobblestone Medicine and Rehab Brant Location.

Benefits Of Body Support Treadmills

Body support treadmills offer a range of benefits for individuals who wish to exercise more safely and comfortably. These treadmills are designed with a support system that helps to reduce the impact on joints, making them ideal for individuals with arthritis, joint pain, or other mobility issues. Additionally, body support treadmills can help improve balance and stability, reducing the risk of falls and injuries. They also provide a low-impact cardiovascular workout that can help to improve overall health and fitness levels.

Body support treadmills can be particularly beneficial for individuals with neurological conditions that affect mobility and balance. The support system on these treadmills can help to improve gait patterns and walking speed, which can be challenging for individuals with conditions such as Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, or stroke. The reduced impact on joints can also help to alleviate pain and discomfort, making it easier for individuals to exercise regularly. Additionally, the low-impact cardiovascular workout provided by body support treadmills can help improve heart health, which is essential for individuals with neurological conditions who may be at higher risk of cardiovascular problems. Overall, body support treadmills can be valuable for individuals with neurological disorders who wish to improve their mobility, balance, and overall health.

How Do Body Support Treadmills Work?

Body support treadmills work by using a specialized support system to reduce the impact on joints while walking or running. This support system typically includes a harness that fits snugly around the user’s waist and attaches to the treadmill frame. As the user walks or runs on the treadmill, the harness helps to support their body weight and reduce the impact on their joints, making it easier and more comfortable to exercise. The support system can be adjusted to provide more or less support as needed, depending on the user’s level of mobility and comfort. Overall, body support treadmills are an excellent option for individuals who wish to exercise more safely and comfortably, particularly those with arthritis, joint pain, or neurological conditions affecting mobility and balance.

Do you have any questions about whether Body Support Treadmills can benefit you or a family member’s condition? Feel free to contact us! Our experienced therapists will provide a free consultation to determine if this equipment may be able to assist you.

Call us at (519) 442-2237.


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