Baltimore-based Restorative Therapies announces that live demonstrations of its RT300 Supine will take place at its booth #1243-45 on the show floor at the APTA Combined Sections Meeting.
The meeting will take place February 17 to 20 in Anaheim, Calif.
“RT300 Supine is the latest version of the RT300 cycle family. RT300 supine allows people to leg or arm cycle while in bed. Cycling from bed can be an important component in an Early Rehabilitation program,” explains Theresa McKenty, Restorative Therapies’ Critical Care Systems specialist, in a media release from the company.
Per the company’s website, RT300 Supine is designed to use either pedals or hand grips, to enable patients to cycle using either their arms or legs, and either in bed, seated, or standing.
The RT300 Supine is able to accommodate beds up to 46 inches wide, including bariatric beds. Adult and pediatric pedals are available, adjustable cranks cater to patient size and asymmetry, and surfaces are cleanable for skin protection.
For more information, visit Restorative Therapies.
[Source(s): Restorative Therapies, PRWeb]