Aretech LLC unveiled Version 3 of its ZeroG Gait and Balance System recently during the American Physical Therapy Association’s Combined Sections Meeting in San Antonio.

The redesigned ZeroG is now able to support a patient who weighs up to 450 pounds, enabling one therapist to train heavy patients without the risk of falling.

It also features WaveLink WiFi Guardian, which according to the company makes the ZeroG the first and only completely wireless system in its class not dependent solely on Wi-Fi connectivity.

Aretech Vice President of Sales and Marketing Don Gronachan, after observing therapists try the new ZeroG during the APTA-CSM, comments, in a media release, that, “Therapists really appreciated our new fall cushioning technology. This softens the impact for the patient when ZeroG catches a fall, making for a much more comfortable experience.”

“Aretech is proud to continue to advance the field of rehabilitation forward with innovative, first-to-market features which have never been seen before,” says Joe Hidler, CEO of Ashburn, Va-headquartered Aretech, in the release. “We’ve been able to take our experience and create the most sophisticated rehabilitation system on the market that gives therapists and patients the best opportunity to improve outcomes.”

[Source(s): Aretech LLC, PRWeb]