EasyStand Glider™

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    EasyStand Glider | Jadian Foley T-5 Paraplegic 6'0" (183cm)The EasyStand Glider features state-of-the-art active standing technology found in no other stander.

    Designed for Active Standing
    Active standing provides lower body range of motion and upper body strengthening. Unlike passive standers, users move the handles with their arms (or a caregiver can assist) which creates a reciprocal movement in the legs. The full range seat has hinged, break-away sections for each leg that allow full leg extension while standing. This advanced stander enhances the medical benefits of standing and keeps the body in shape for medical breakthroughs. Numerous research studies suggest that use of an active standing frame can positively affect an individual’s health.

    Designed for Easier Transfers
    A wide, padded seat and flip-up knee pads make transfers easier. A positioning bar provides a sturdy hand hold during the transfer. If needed, a patient lift can also be used to transfer a person into the Glider.

    Designed for Adjustability
    It’s easy to customize the Glider for individuals of various heights and abilities for use in a rehab setting. The adjustable resistance cylinders are accessible to the user while in the standing position and the resistance is easily adjustable with twelve different settings. The seat depth, back angle, foot plate height, knee pad height, and handle height are also easily adjustable.

     

    The Glider in a Rehab Setting

    Rehab departments are using the Glider with individuals that have spinal cord injuries, stroke, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, and other nuerological disorders. The glider works well in multi-user environments because of features and options like hip and lateral supports, backs, chest straps, resistance cylinders and tool-free adjustment.

    Click here for more information on Glider Options and Pricing

    Want transfer tips and techniques from paraplegics and quadriplegics? Check out our Life After Spinal Cord Injury videos.

     

    Standing technology should only be used under the guidance of a physician with recommendations for standing program protocol and any medical precautions. Standing programs should be monitored by the attending therapist. Altimate Medical maintains a policy of continual product improvement and reserves the right to change features, specifications, and prices without prior notification. Check with Altimate Medical for the latest information.