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Rehabilitation Treadmills FAQ
There are a few key differences that set apart a rehabilitation treadmill from others. Rehab treadmills create a safer environment to exercise, providing additional supports for those in old age, recovering from an injury or have extra assistance requirements for their workout.
Treadmills designed for rehabilitation have specially designed guide rails along each side that provide additional support and stability in getting on the machine and while using it. There will also be handy quick speed and incline buttons along the handle so you can make easy changes throughout your workout.
Rehab treadmills will also be capable of much lower speeds than a normal treadmill, with our models going as low as 0.3km/h, and up to 14 km/h. Many standard treadmills start at 1km/h, which can be a difficult speed for many users in the rehab process. The lower speed capability ensures that just about anyone can use a rehab treadmill at their own pace.
Our rehab treadmill models will feature a spacious DuraGrip running belt, and ShockControl cushioning, providing support and reducing impact.
Whether you’re recovering from an injury, experiencing excess muscle tension or have limited mobility, treadmills can be a great way to get you up and moving again in a safe, controlled environment. While it's important to look at your individual situation and what’s safe for you, many users find that light to moderate workouts on a treadmill are a fantastic rehabilitation method.
Our specially designed rehabilitation treadmills contain advanced safety features to give you the ultimate security and comfort to take things at your own pace. This includes extended hand rails for support and guidance, easy controls for quick setting changes, and speeds as low as 0.3kph.
While it’s important to take into consideration your own needs when it comes to safety, you can be confident that Rehabilitation treadmills are designed for maximum safety and security for users who might struggle with conventional treadmill exercise. There are a number of features rehab machines will use to enable a safe yet challenging workout. This includes extended hand rails on either side for extra support and guidance when using the machine. The handles will also contain integrated quick speed and incline buttons for easier control over settings. Another important safety feature is the safety key, which clips onto the user and automatically stops the machine if they leave the running belt or fall down. This is an important safety measure, and also makes the treadmill experience much more convenient when turning the machine off. Rehab treadmills are also capable of much lower speeds than you might normally find on regular treadmills, with our models going as low as 0.3km/h, right up to 14km/h. These lower speeds ensure that just about anyone can hop on and go at their own pace.
On top of this, rehab treadmills will feature a spacious DuraGrip running belt for maximum comfort, containing anti-static properties and noise reducing materials. There is also Lifespan Fitness’ advanced ShockControl cushioning system, which provides additional support and reducing impact on the joints. Users will also enjoy the large console with user-friendly controls, making exercise a fluid and seamless experience.
Whether you’re recovering from an injury, experiencing excess muscle tension or have limited mobility, Rehabilitation Treadmills can be a great way to get you up and moving again in a safe, controlled environment. While it's important to look at your individual situation and what’s safe for you, many users find that light to moderate workouts on a treadmill are a fantastic rehabilitation method. Our specially designed rehabilitation treadmills contain advanced safety features to give you the ultimate security and comfort to take things at your own pace. With these rehab machines, we ensure maximum safety and security for users who might struggle with conventional treadmill exercise.
There are a few key differences that set apart a rehabilitation treadmill from others. Treadmills designed for rehabilitation have specially designed guide rails along each side that provide additional support and stability. These help in not only getting on the machine in the first place, but as a support when walking or running on it. On these handles, you’ll also find handy quick speed and incline buttons, allowing you to make easy changes throughout your workout without having to reach the console.
Speaking of which, Rehab treadmills feature a large, user-friendly LCD display on the console. Here is where you’ll also find the safety key, which can be pulled to automatically switch off the treadmill in case of an emergency. You can clip this onto your clothes, so that the machine will stop if you fall.
Rehab treadmills will also be capable of much lower speeds than a normal treadmill, with our models going as low as 0.3km/h, and up to 14 km/h. This ensures that just about anyone can use a rehab treadmill at their own pace. There are also options for incline changes, raising or lowering the gradient of the running belt automatically. Our Rehabilitation treadmills feature 12 levels of automatic incline, allowing you to gently accelerate your workout, and train additional muscles in the lower body.
To improve comfort and provide stability, our Rehab treadmills feature a spacious DuraGrip running belt. Built with commercial grade materials, Lifespan Fitness’ DuraGrip design incorporates an innovative groove belt to maximise grip and durability to ensure safety. The belt also has anti-static properties, and noise reducing materials for a comfortable walk, run or jog.
For protecting your feet and joints, and allowing you to accelerate your workout comfortably, our running belts are built with ShockControl cushioning. This technology uses advanced cushioning to provide support and reduce impact. This is particularly useful in injury recovery, as an improper exercise base can cause unnecessary inflammation and tension in the muscles, especially the feet and legs.
It’s important to mention that just because our Rehabilitation treadmills have these safety features, it also doesn’t mean it can't be used to great benefit by more able and advanced users. With the 12 levels of automatic incline, and a top speed of 14km/h, you can still use these machines to achieve greater fitness goals and levels.
For a more comprehensive guide on using a treadmill correctly, check out our blog post here.
Our Rehab treadmills come 90% assembled in the box, and will simply require the attachment of the frame and your machine to ready to use. Installation will generally take less than 30 mins, but we also offer the option of on-site assembly by a member of our team in most metropolitan areas. Click here to find out more about our delivery, click and collect and assembly services.
If you have any question regarding our Rehabilitation treadmills, don’t hesitate to contact our friendly team, and we’ll help you make the right decision.