The AC5000 Treadmill is a treadmill exerciser designed for use in wellness programs, in cardiac or pulmonary rehabilitation, or by seniors in senior centers, retirement communities, assisted living facilities, nursing homes, and long term care facilities. The unit has a low starting speed of 0.1 miles per hour, adjustable in 0.1 increments to 12 mph. Elevation is adjustable from 0 percent to 15 percent in 0.5 increments. Elevation and speed can be adjusted while exercising using side handrail sw
The Aqua Ciser System is a treadmill exerciser mounted on the bottom of a therapy pool. Features include adjustable speed up to 6 miles per hour, a timer to control exercise session length, a clear door and side windows that permit view of the user's gait, and a seat that permits common pool therapies. Temperature controlled water is held in a reservoir and is treated with bromine. The system's fiberglass construction is durable and easy to maintain.
The DC1000 Treadmill is a treadmill exerciser designed for use in cardiac rehabilitation and by seniors in senior centers, retirement communities, assisted living facilities, nursing homes, and long term care facilities. The unit has a starting speed of 0.4 miles per hour (mph), which can be progressively adjusted in 0.1 mph increments. The speed range is 0.4 to 9 mph. Elevation ranges from 0 percent to 9 percent. There is an automatic cool down after each exercise is completed. A heart rate c
The GaitKeeper rehab treadmill, model GK2200T, is a treadmill exerciser designed for use by individuals with neurological, lower extremity, or walking disabilities during rehabilitation and ambulation training. Integratable with the LiteGait (see separate entries), this high-torque treadmill has a cushioned running surface and a 4-horsepower direct current (DC) motor that can move the user at speeds as slow as 0.1 mile per hour. This treadmill includes a full-featured hand-held remote and a disp
The GaitKeeper Rehab Treadmill is a treadmill exerciser designed for use by individuals with mobility or walking disabilities during rehabilitation and ambulation training. This high-torque treadmill has a 3-horsepower motor that can move the user at speeds as slow as 0.1 mile per hour. The control panel is movable to be within reach of the clinician. Distance readout is in feet for accurate charting of progress. The treadmill has adjustable inclines.OPTIONS: 14-inch platform for both models. DI
Incline Aquatic Underwater Treadmill by Aquabilt is a water exercise device designed for individuals with arthritis and those trying to improve joint flexibility and cardiovascular endurance. It proves an easy-to-use, low-impact cardio workout. This non-motorized, self-powered treadmill is great for high resistance workouts and helps to burn calories faster while lifting pressure off of achy joints. The Aquabilt treadmill can be used by individuals of all fitness levels.
LokomatPro, versions 5 and 6, are robotic gait training systems designed for use by individuals with stroke, brain injury, cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury, or other mobility, neurological or walking disabilities. The system consists of a robotic gait orthosis that guides the user's legs on a treadmill according to a pre-programmed physiological gait pattern. The guidance can be individually adjusted to the user's abilities and can be reduced according to the user’s improvement. A dynamic body
Tunturi Treadmill, model T10, is a treadmill exerciser designed for use by individuals with lower extremity disabilities. This foldable treadmill can operate at speeds of 0.5 to 10 miles per hour, with an elevation of 0 to 12 percent. Its LED display tracks time, distance, speed, elevation, energy consumption, and heart rate. Users can choose from nine different training programs. Other features include remote controls for speed and elevation, handgrip pulse measurement, speed/elevation hotkeys,