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Old 08-08-2018, 01:43 PM
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Default Quadriciser for MS exercising, worth $20K?

Received this the other day. An interesting device that is pricey ($20K, insurance rarely covers) but may have benefits for MSers. Does anyone have any experience? Trained on one at physical therapy? -D

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Thought you might be interested in our product if you have not seen it since the Quadriciser enables nearly anyone in nearly any situation and condition to experience health and rehabilitation benefits from exercise. Here is some general information:

The Quadriciser manipulates the arms and legs in natural movement patterns, simulating walking, crawling and a variety of other functional movements. It can even move the arms so that the hands cross midline in a “boxing-like” motion. It achieves high numbers of repetitions to encourage circulation and to foster neuroplasticity (reforming neuron connections).

The Quadriciser Robotic Rehabilitation Therapy System (QR2TS) is the first and only full- body automated therapy system that offers both active-assisted and passive therapy, bidirectional manipulation, and multiple seated or lying therapeutic positions.

Here are a couple videos.

Quadriciser Helps Stroke Victim Walk & Drive Again

https://youtu.be/tQQNBCGrVWI

Jessica Corbin talks about her brother Ryan's Progress 4:45

http://youtu.be/YPUmFzMgYRM

Jessica Corbin shows the world how the Quadriciser has helped improve her brother Ryan's condition. Ryan survived falling 40 feet through a skylight and sustained multiple injuries including traumatic brain injury.

Follow this link to our website to see more about how the Quadriciser Robotic Rehabilitation Therapy System (QR2TS) (www.quadriciser.com) is transforming the lives of those who cannot move or who have difficulty moving fluidly on their own. A few key benefits of the Quadriciser are:
  • High numbers of repetitions (400-1500) in 30 minutes)
  • Effectively fosters neuroplasticity
  • Provides significant therapeutic exercise workouts for those unable to achieve these through traditional means
  • Simultaneous consistent synchronized motion of all 4 limbs
  • Promotes neuromuscular re-education of natural movement patterns
  • Increases circulation and heart rate and improves overall health by working all 4 limbs at once
  • Gently moves anyone irrespective of their ability
  • Highly customizable to individual needs and abilities
  • Moves user’s limbs by machine power or allows user to assist the machine

Users with the following conditions report many benefits from the Quadriciser: Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Stroke, Spinal Cord Injury (SCI), Spina Bifida, Cerebral Palsy (CP), Parkinson’s Disease (PD), Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Muscular Dystrophy of various types (MD), ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, Lou Gehrig's Disease), Pelizaeus-Merzbacher Disease (PMD), Dementia, Fibromyalgia, Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) Syndrome, Peripheral Neuropathy, Diabetes (Diabetes Mellitus, DM), COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease), Quadriplegia (Quadriplegic), Paraplegia (Paraplegic), and more.

Users of the QR2TS report a variety of benefits including: reduced pain, improved gait, improved speech, stabilized posture, enhanced dexterity, increased circulation, loosened contractures, moderated muscle tone, increased range of motion, boosted mental performance, elevated emotional well-being, improved bowel and bladder function, reduced edema, reduced pressure sores, quicker wound healing, improved swallowing/less choking, and more.

You and others are welcome to call with questions, here's our number: 865-689-5003.
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