Physical Therapy Equipment for Home - Rehabilitation Equipment & Strength Training Supplies

We realize that continued strength and flexibility training is essential to improved health so we offer exercise equipment products to make treating your patients easier for you. Choose rehabilitation equipment from exercise bands, balls and tubing, stretching and flexibility, strength training, and balance training aids to meet every patients needs.

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  • Exercise Bands, Tubing & Balls
  • Balance & Total Body Conditioning
  • Upper Extremety Exercises
  • Strength Training
  • The Pettibon System
  • Lower Extremity Exercises
  • Rehab Equipment
  • Cardio Equipment
  • ADL & Mobility
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We want you to be 100% satisfied. Our aim is to provide you with quality products at an affordable price. If an item does not meet your expectations, we'll gladly refund your money within 30 days after purchase. In order to keep our prices the lowest possible, some exceptions apply, including a 20% restocking fee applied after 30 days and 30% restocking fee applied after 60 days, should the item be in a usable condition. Please see our [1]Returns section for detailed information.

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    Savings Up to 60%

    1-Year Warranty

    Qualifies For Federal Business Tax Credit

    We test, strip & customize each tables

    Financing options available

    Regional reps available for delivery, training & setup

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Exercise & Rehabilitation

Exercise & Rehabilitation

Whenever you get a sports injury, or if you recently had a surgery, you may need to go through physical therapy to help you recover. You may wonder about the physical therapy equipment a therapist will use to help you out. We're going to discuss the types of equipment available and how physical therapy can benefit you.

What Equipment Do Physical Therapists Use?

Physical therapists use a variety of products to help people recover from their injuries. They can include literal tools and even exercise equipment so people can rebuild their strength in the areas they were injured. If you need a physical therapist, you will most likely use some of this equipment.

For example, many therapists will use simple hand weights to help people with hand, arm or wrist issues. You will also notice resistance bands are used to help people with their legs and even their arms. There is even mobility equipment, treadmills and rails to help you with walking if you are going through ankle rehab.

There are many kinds of physical therapy tools, including exercise balls, trampolines, exercise weights for strength training, and even some rehab equipment designed to help you with your balance.

How Many Times a Week Should You Do Physical Therapy?

There is no definitive answer to this question. Physical therapy is used on a case-by-case basis and revolves around your injury and what would be best to help you with your recovery.

The frequency of your physical therapy sessions will depend on your current condition, how your body responds to the therapy, and your rate of recovery. Since your body will handle the therapy differently from others, your physical therapist will need to monitor you and see what kind of therapy will be your best option.

Keep in mind that your therapist may adjust the frequency of your sessions based on your recovery. Iif you start to recover quickly, your therapist may give you more weekly appointments. It all comes down to the rehab supplies available and what would help you the most with your recovery process.

Can Physical Therapy Make Pain Worse?

Depending on your situation, physical therapy could make your pain worse. This can occur if you don't use proper form, if you push yourself too hard, or if you use the wrong physical therapy tools. If you receive physical therapy, you need to do it correctly and pace yourself.

As you go through physical therapy, your therapist will tell you what to do and how often you should rest. If you push yourself past what your therapist told you to do, you could end up hurting yourself. On top of this, if you try and do it on your own or with the wrong rehab equipment, you could hurt yourself.

If your therapist tells you to only work out your wrist during your sessions, for example, then you could make your pain worse if you use your entire arm. So, listen to your therapist and let them know if at any time you feel as if your pain is getting worse.

What Are the Benefits of Physical Therapy?

Physical therapy is designed to help you recover from your injuries, reduce pain, increase your range of motion, and help strengthen the affected area.

Physical therapy can help your mental health as well. As your recovery progresses, this will motivate you to continue as you become stronger and experience less and less pain.

Physical therapy exercise equipment are excellent tools if you need to recover from an injury or surgery, and physical therapists use these tools to help customize your workouts. ScripHessco is a proud physical therapy supplier, providing quality rehabilitation equipment to chiropractors, rehab clinics, and hospitals nationwide. Order online today!