The Proprio™ 4000 provides balance training through Dynamic Range of Motion (D-ROM) technology, which provides a multidirectional, dynamic platform and motion analysis that evaluates and trains actual performance. The platform movement and how the patients react to it reproduce real life movements and provide a controlled, yet safe, exercise. This equipment is a proven method in treating patients with lower extremity orthopedic injuries. In addition, it is effective in patients with stroke, bran injury, or other neurological conditions resulting in balance disturbance.
Available at Main Campus Only