FreeStep SAS - Supported Ambulation System

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Case Studies

 

Emory Brain Health CenterNew Technology Enhances Rehab at the Emory Brain Health Center
The Emory Brain Health Center in Atlanta is building what it believes will be one of the nation’s leading outpatient rehabilitation centers for patients with neurological diseases and conditions. The heart of this modern center on Atlanta, GA’s Emory University campus is a team of highly experienced therapists equipped with one of the field’s most advanced range-of-technology systems, including the first music therapy-enhanced gait trainer, and the nation’s most extensive FreeStep SAS track systems.

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Project Walk - ClaremontPatients with paralysis and neurological disabilities get support from Biodex FreeStep SAS at Project Walk Claremont
Using exercise to move science, Project Walk Paralysis Recovery Centers, the world leader in paralysis recovery, provides an improved quality of life for people with disabilities through intense activity-based recovery programs, education, training, research and development. Certified Recovery Specialists provide tens of thousands of client treatment hours each year with amazing results.

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Odom Health & Wellness Clinic Meeting the Challenges of Diverse Seniors – Many with Dementia, Stroke, Parkinson’s disease
The Lighthouse of Waconia, MN is one of the region’s premier senior living communities. It offers independent living, assisted living apartments, short-term stay and a special activity-based memory care facility. The physical therapy needs of Lighthouse residents are served by one of the state’s best-equipped and staffed physical therapy clinics, operated by the Odom Health & Wellness group founded by Minneapolis sports medicine physician John H. Odom, MD.

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Odom Health & Wellness ClinicUsing Biodex Mobility Systems in Patients with Dementia: Experience at the Lighthouse at Waconia
Clinical studies at facilities around the world are accumulating a growing body of evidence supporting the intuitive beliefs of many physical therapists that a structured exercise and balance development program offers a variety of important benefits to individuals with mild and moderate Alzheimer's disease.

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