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Balance Trainer designed to enhance stabilization, proprioception and Neuromuscular control. What s in the box A pair of Stepright footwear with embedded balance bladders, hand air pump, needle for pump, instruction book, velcro straps. Great for rehabbing from injuries such as ankle sprains, ACL reconstructions, falls, dizziness, and vertigo issues. Best if used under the guidance of a physical therapist, athletic trainer, assistant trainer, personal trainer, occupational therapist, kinesiologist, or professional athlete. Small fits Men s size 3-8 and women s 5-9 r
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Specificity of movement patterns replicating real world function is the hallmark of StepRight Stability Trainer, and these concepts are supported in the research on improving functional movement and balance training. StepRightwas designed by a pair of physical therapists to help those who have an impaired quality of life, reduced physical performance, or for athletes looking to take balance and postural control to the next level.The following can benefits from StepRight WARNING StepRight Stability Trainer is an inherently unstable surface designed to challenge balance be sure to use with caution. Due to the chance for injury or falling it is recommended to consult with a fitness or healthcare professional prior to use. StepRight is designed to be used on any athletic, casual or dress flat-soled shoe. Be sure to check position of product and adjust as needed throughout use to ensure proper fit. Intended for use as a training tool only and not for everyday wear. Improper use or application of the StepRight Stability Trainer could result in injury. Maximum weight capacity of StepRight is 300lbs.
Customer reviewsIt is a great addition to address the proprioceptive aspects of vestibular dysfunction
I have been using StepRight to rehabilitate my vestibular patients as well as my athletes who injury their lower extremity. It is a great addition to address the proprioceptive aspects of vestibular dysfunction. I would recommend this modality to anyone working with these types of patients.