Advanced Technologies That Move You
The professional line of APT Trainers is similar to the home version, but are built specifically for institutional use. They are designed to adapt to the needs of a large number of patients, by being portable or being adaptable to beds, chairs and wheelchairs. Trainers become more useful when that can wheeled directly to a patient’s bed or room, enabling them to start their rehabilitation immediately, without having to be taken to a separate clinic. This is consistent with the trend today of Very Early Intervention. The immediate use of a trainer could result in fewer weeks of hospitalization.
APT Stand to Bed
The APT Stand to Bed enables patients to train with the APT in active and passive mode, from a hospital bed or a therapy chair. The device compensates for lack of movement in patients confined to bed. The APT Stand to Bed, in conjunction with the APT, provides effective daily therapy for patients who are bed-ridden or have limited ambulatory abilities home care. The specially constructed APT Stand to Bed is stabilized with no mechanical connection to the bed or therapy chair. The foot pedal is used to lock the wheels and anchor the device in place. Other features include exclusive, easily changeable accessories that enable complete utilization of the APT by users with various physical difficulties.
The APT Stand to Bed model is a multipurpose exercising machine for a wide range of applications, including active and passive training of the upper and lower limbs. The APT Stand to Bed is an ideal solution when used frequently for both upper and lower limbs.
The exercising height of the APT can be individually set to meet specific users’ needs.
The APT Stand to Bed is fully accessible to wheelchair users and is equally comfortable to use from a standard chair.
Rehabilitation can be a slow process that requires a little motivation to help reach goals. The new APT trainer has an app that can be used to set goals, measure progress and can even be used as a game. The Grow and Tell App will also have the capability of sending progress reports to your healthcare provider.
Many patients have reported making progress in different areas, depending on their goals, including:
- Increasing stamina
- Balance and walking issues
- Walking capabilities and endurance
- Motor cognitive functions
- Reducing spasms
- Leg Muscle strengthening
- Cardiovascular exercising
- Range of motion
- Blood circulation
The I Motion is designed with a choice of upper, lower or total body exercising, the I-Motion is a smart, electric powered trainer that offers a drive resistant patented unit, automatically increasing resistance as you increase the speed of rotation. Enabling combined or separated arms/legs workout, the I-Motion allows you to combine active or passive exercise for upper and lower
limbs, simultaneously. In passive mode it allows you to passively exercise lower limbs while actively exercise upper limbs and vice versa.
- Maintain muscle strength and tone, flexibility, endurance and general fitness by users with various physical difficulties
- Allows stronger extremities to assist weaker ones
- Enables combined or separate active or passive workouts for upper and lower limbs, simultaneously
- Auto reverse feature (anti-spasm) ensures release of seized muscles in passive mode
- Integrated transport wheels make it easy to be moved
- Drive resistance unit offers dynamic resistance/speed ratio
- Control display unit features multiple program levels with bio-feedback
- Display feedback: Time, heart rate, METs/ calories, distance (miles/km), RPM, Power (watts)
Adjustable & Accessible
- Seat assembly slides off allowing direct wheelchair access
- Wheelchair platform eases the entrance of wheelchair and provides more stability
- Easy to adjust seat height and distance
- Ergonomic design. The angle of the I-Motion body can be adjusted to provide maximum comfort for the user during exercises
- 4 positions for hand grips and footrests allowing varied radius of movement
- Parallel workout option
The HI-LO Deluxe is a stand that enables the lifting of the APT up and down for arms or legs and can withstand heavy pressure and multiple patients. The Hi-Lo Deluxe enables patients to train with the APT in mode, from a hospital bed or a therapy chair. The device compensates for lack of movement in patients confined to bed.
The Hi-Lo Deluxe, in conjunction with the APT, provides effective daily therapy for patients who are bed-ridden or have limited ambulatory abilities home care.
The specially constructed Hi-Lo Delux is stabilized with no mechanical connection to the bed or therapy chair. The foot pedal is used to lock the wheels and anchor the device in place. Other features include exclusive, easily changeable accessories that enable complete utilization of the APT by users with various physical difficulties.
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I am a nurse at an old age home. In our physiotherapy room we have an APT. I can tell you that this machine is always in great demand by our residents.
My husband is recovering from a deadly bacterium that he contracted. One of the key elements that contributed to his recovery was his daily use of the APT.
I got my APT nearly a year ago. I find it invaluable for my CP. I find that using it for around 30 minutes a day, improves both my physical and mental condition.
My son has CP. He loves using the APT and it has become a game for him. His preferred mode is Passive-Assist, he tries to outride the rotation of the APT.
To help me deal with my Type II diabetes, my doctor recommended resistance exercising 2 to 3 times a week for 30 – 60 minutes. Based on his recommendation I purchased an APT.
I have adapted using the APT as part of my living with Type 2 Diabetes. I use it nearly every day for at least 20 minutes. I start with Passive Mode to warm up my muscles and then more on to Active Mode.