Physical therapy clinics in the United States and Canada may have a more affordable option to purchase a Functional Electric Stimulation (FES) unit thanks to a new financing program announced by Restorative Therapies Inc and Madison Capital.

FES is a physical therapy rehabilitation modality used to evoke functional movements and exercise not otherwise possible for individuals with a neurological impairment such as a spinal cord injury, stroke, multiple sclerosis, or cerebral palsy. FES systems produced by Restoration Therapies Inc include the RT200 FES elliptical, RT300 FES cycle, and RT600 FES stepping system. The RT300 supine is used bedside by patients in an ICU, notes a media release from Restorative Therapies Inc.

“This new financing program will help make possible Functional Electrical Stimulation as the standard of care for patients with a neurological impairment by making systems more affordable for clinics,” says Judy Kline, Restorative Therapies sales and marketing director, in the release.

Allan Levine, president of Madison Capital, notes in the release that the company worked closely with Baltimore-based Restorative Therapies to design a specialized financing program for clinics.

For more information, visit Restorative Therapies Inc.

[Source(s): Restorative Therapies Inc, PRWeb]