APT 5k – Active Passive Trainer Upgraded

The APT-5 is a fully digital active passive trainer that enables complete control of speed, resistance, number of rotations, and load levels.

It is highly portable and can be used on the floor, tabletop, or with the Hi-Lo frame.

The APT-5 is designed for users with limited or no muscular strength, including those with spinal cord injuries, spina bifida, cerebral palsy, and muscular dystrophy.

Passive Users * Improves circulation, muscle tone, and range of motion * Decreases atrophy, spasms, and swelling * Normalizes lower extremities muscle tone * Motoric learning

Active Users * Five levels of resistance for active exercising * Active training for upper and lower limbs * Adjustable crank-arm height and length * Improves blood circulation, strength, endurance, and muscle tone * Activates rhythmical locomotion patterns * Improves mobility

Passive Users * Spinal cord injury * Spina bifida * Cerebrovascular incidence (CVA) * Cerebral palsy * Myopathies * Congenital muscular dystrophy

Active Users * Stroke * Orthopedic pathologies (non-weight bearing) * Children with motoric disorders * Post traumatic brain damage * Parkinson’s * Multiple sclerosis * Post polio syndrome * Post cardiac rehabilitation

Technical Specifications

    • Weight: 10 kg (22 lbs)
    • Powered weight: 37.5/75/112.5/150 kg (82.5/165/249/330 lbs)
    • Rated power: 230V AC 50/60Hz
    • Input power: 100W

Additional Information

The APT-5 is a versatile and effective tool for improving muscle strength, range of motion, and circulation in individuals with a variety of conditions. It can be used in both passive and active modes, making it suitable for a wide range of users. The APT-5 is also backed by clinical research, which supports its effectiveness in improving functional outcomes.

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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Tzora Mobility was founded in Kibbutz Tzor’a, Israel in 1960 and developed motorized devices for the elderly population.

Tzora Active Systems creates innovative solutions in the field of medical rehabilitation equipment and mobility products, and is currently a global leader in their development. Tzora markets its products in over 30 countries around the world, with the majority of sales in the United States and Europe.

Tzora’s groundbreaking smart machine is the APT (Active-Passive Trainer) which provides medically based training through both active and passive modes for people who want to improve their physical or mental health.

The APT is supported by over 100 clinical studies showing that movement training can improve the quality of life for patients. The APT has received American and European approvals, including ISO 13845, CE, and FDA clearance as a medical device.

In 2020, the company began developing the APT 1K to provide a training solution for children under the age of 5.

Until now, there have been no active-passive training devices for these ages in the world.

Tzora is grateful for the participation and support it received during development from the ALYN Hospital Rehabilitation Center in Jerusalem.

Since the beginning of 2023, the company has begun production of the initial series of the APT for children.

Recently, a medical study began at the ALYN Hospital Rehabilitation Center on the use of the device among the target populations.

Tzora Active Systems will showcase the device at the world’s largest rehabilitation exhibition in September 2023.

They are excited to gain many international distributors to promote the product worldwide.

Additional points:

  • The APT 5K is a versatile machine that can be used by people of all ages and abilities.
  • It is a safe and effective way to improve strength, range of motion, and coordination.
  • The APT 5K can be used in a variety of settings, including homes, clinics, and rehabilitation centers.


Technical information