This staircase works as a tool in rehabilitation to strengthen and improve movement of lower limbs. It can be used after an injury or in the case of a deficit. Alongside a clinical setting, the staircase can also be used at home. It is compact. Therefore, making it beneficial for people to install it, even in tight spaces. Additionally, the stairs are covered in a rubber, non-slip fabric.
Its features include:
– A robust steel frame structure
– Coated with rubber non-slip fabric
– Five 13cm- high steps
– Platform element: 60 x 60 cm
– Dimensions: 182 x 60 x 70 cm (with the height of the handle bars made adjustable from 70 cm to 90 cm)
After suffering with an injury, you need time to rest and protect the muscles, and for swelling and pain to decrease. The next step is to focus on restoring your full range of motion. Throughout this return to flexibility it is normal to experience slight discomfort, however significant pain should not be present.
In time, you will restore joint mobility, muscular movements, and range of motion, with the help of a physiotherapist. A physiotherapist will design a rehabilitation program with activity targeting muscle stretching, flexibility training, and therapeutic exercise. A physiotherapist may also recommend joint mobility and range of motion exercises that can be performed from the comfort of your home. Therefore, the rehabilitation staircase can become very helpful for your recovery.
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