The various types of medical pedal exercisers available are used in many areas including senior and assisted living centres, hospitals, rehabilitation wards, and dialysis units.
They are durable, practical, and quiet to operate.
Most medical pedallers are designed in a way that they can be adapted for a full body exercise program. They can be used for both arms and legs.
Therapy cycles can also be adapted to a stand so it can easily slide up or down the stand and is accessible to a wheelchair.
This page will highlight the differences as they are associated with your needs. Please consult with your medical professional to make the final decision specific to you.
Choosing the Right Medical Pedaller for Your Needs
Please choose the word below that is the closest to describing what you will be using your medical pedaller for.
Rehabilitation pedallers have several accessory options to suit your physio activity needs. Here are our top selections for pedallers for rehabilitation [here].
Senior Medical Pedals can also useful for persons with neurological issues caused by accident or stroke, or neurodegeneration like ALS Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and Huntington’s disease.
These pedallers are also useful for generalised cardio activity for the healthy senior as well.
Dialysis Medical Pedallers: Intradialytic exercisers can be used while seated or laying in bed. The Intradialytic Pedallers can be adapted for in-home dialysis as well.
There are a variety of adaptations available for these medical pedallers for the renal patient. To learn more about the medical pedallers for intradialytic exercise please go [here].