- Portable Parallel Bars for Physical Therapy
- True Portable Parallel Bars for Physical Therapy - Made in USA
True Portable Parallel Bars for Physical Therapy - Made in USA
Parallel bars are an integral part of rehabilitation providing support and stability to the patients, as well as the therapists. Rehabilitation clinicians depend on parallel bars to facilitate early mobility therapy to improve outcomes by helping people gain strength and stability. WATCH our story and learn why VA clinicians developed. Patent-pending Wareologie Portable Parallel Bars enable teams to spend more 1:1 time with patients while increasing productivity. The Portable Parallel Bars revolutionize physical therapy, bringing the device to the patient’s hospital bedside or home and enabling them to stand with less assistance from physical and occupational therapists.
Portable Parallel Bars Features:
Getting to the rehabilitation clinics is challenging if not impossible. Designed in collaboration with VHA clinicians, the device folds and has wheels for easy transporting. Ideal for acute care, amputee, or SCI hospital clinics, skilled nursing, and for home healthcare; where it can be impossible to be transported to rehab gym. Clinicians can now get people moving sooner and safer in the privacy and convenience of patient’s room. Reduce potential compounding issues related to immobility and shorten length of stay.
The Portable Parallel Bars are designed for amputee, spinal cord injury, acute care, stroke recovery, prosthetic, strengthening, hip fracture, knee replacement, and post surgery patients. The compact design work perfectly in small spaces and stores conveniently out of the way in an equipment closet. The entire device sets up and takes down in minutes making them the perfect mobile rehab device to move from patient to patient quickly and efficiently. Service patients in the safety and privacy of their room or home. Eliminate staff demands and time spent transporting patients to the gym.
Portable Parallel Bars is a FDA Class 1 exempt registered device.