Restorative Therapies will be featuring live demonstrations of their RT300 supine system, and experts will be on hand at booth number 1243-45 to discuss the clinical applications at APTA’s Combined Sections Meeting February 17-20, 2016.
Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) February 14, 2016
Restorative Therapies, Inc, the leader in FES powered systems, announced today that it will be exhibiting at APTA’s Combined Sections Meeting taking place at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA over February 17 to 20, 2016.
Restorative Therapies will be featuring live demonstrations of their RT300 supine system, and experts will be on hand at booth number 1243-45 to discuss the clinical applications.
“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” said Theresa McKenty, Restorative Therapies’ Critical Care Systems specialist. “Early Rehabilitation programs are being adopted by a growing number of Intensive Care Units with the goal of enhancing patient outcomes and reducing lengths of stay. Early Rehabilitation utilizing the RT300 supine is also the subject of several ongoing multi site clinical evaluations.” RT300 supine extends the established benefits of RT300 cycling to people who are in bed and unable to cycle from a chair or wheelchair. “It is a well-thought out device and so easy and intuitive to use” says Rachel Fehlberg, Physiotherapist, Intensive Care and Cardiothoracics at the John Hunter Hospital in NSW, Australia. RT300 supine can be used with or without Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) depending upon facility goals and patient needs.
About Restorative Therapies
Restorative Therapies mission is to help people with a neurological impairment or in critical care achieve their full recovery potential. Restorative Therapies is one of the first companies to target activity-based physical therapy and Functional Electrical Stimulation as a rehabilitation therapy for immobility associated with paralysis such as stroke, multiple sclerosis and spinal cord injury or for patients in critical care.
Restorative Therapies is a privately held company headquartered in Baltimore. To learn more about Restorative Therapies please visit us at http://www.restorative-therapies.com
Judy Kline, Director of Sales and Marketing
Phone: 800 6099166 x301
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