APT 1 – Active Passive Trainer

Physical training and daily movement are the most common and important medicine of all.

The comfort from mobility difficulties and limitations of movement or stability can be found as a substitute for regular physical activity.

A decrease in physical activity causes a decrease in cardiopulmonary functions, blood circulation problems, shortening of the ducts, spasticity, joint stiffness, contractures, bone and muscle thinning, loss of control of the sphincters and mental and cognitive impairment, a decrease in muscle mass and an increase in the risk of developing pressure ulcers.

Seriously, more disabled people are exposed to active passive training devices –

These devices enable physical training and rehabilitative sports even for injured or paralyzed limbs.

The APT device:

It is an active-passive training device that helps to move injured or paralyzed limbs, in a rotational movement, similar to a biped. This training is recommended by doctors and physiotherapists all over the world as a substitute for walking and basic exercise for those who have difficulty walking.

Active-passive training will contribute to a sense of vitality and mental and cognitive improvement,

Improvement of cardiopulmonary functions, blood flow, adequate oxygenation, metabolism and essential metabolism,

will reduce a decrease in control over the brackets,

will reduce blockages and inflammations of the intestines and urinary tract

will reduce the risk of forming pressure sores and ischemia wounds.

It will prevent shortening of tendons, loss of mobility and involuntary tonus increase

spasticity and joint stiffness

will reduce osteoporosis, calcium loss and fractures.

While enjoying hundreds of hours of training, disabled people in Israel already train at home every day.

Many disabled people report a great improvement in joint function, reduction of spasticity and improvement in heart and lung functions.

Improves movement in the joints.
Increases blood flow in the body and cardiopulmonary functions.
Studies prove that an active-passive form of training improves and optimizes the operation of the upper and lower limbs.

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APT key advantages

  • 5 speeds for passive exercising
  • 5 levels of resistance for active exercising
  • Auto Reverse ensures release of seized muscles
  • Auto Stop ensures safety
  • Adjustable radius to overcome of handicaps or needs
  • Upper or Lower limbs training
  • Improve blood circulation and lymphatic system
  • Improve strength and endurance
  • High efficient and comfortable motor
  • Adjustable radius with 5 slots
  • Easily dismantlable accessories
  • Maintenance free
  • Can be used with a standard workout without electricity
  • Help in time to easy move (wheels are included in the base)



Weight: 18kg
Folded dimensions: 487x315x653 mm
Unfolded dimensions: 487x315x653 mm
Elevation positions: 0°, 15°, 30°
Exercising positions: 0°, 60°, 90°
Power supply: 100-240V AC 50-60 Hz
Input power: 100W
Motor power: 120W


ICU Bed Stand

The ICU Bed Stand 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 ICU Bed Stand, 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 ICU Bed Stand 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 ICU Bed Stand model is a multipurpose exercising machine for a wide range of applications, including active and passive training of the upper and lower limbs. The ICU Bed Stand 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 ICU Bed Stand 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
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