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Able to be used in any environment; the Shuttle Balance Senior is a safe unstable platform that is portable, inexpensive, and has a small footprint. With a winning record of positive reviews from Physical Therapists and Athletic Trainers, it is used extensively in Vestibular, Balance, Vision, and Proprioceptive training programs. Not just for athletes, this model can also assist in providing Seniors the confidence to avoid falls. The Shuttle Balance simulates a slip through motion in all horizontal planes and perturbates in both standing and seated positions for therapeutic and sport-specific treatments (fall prevention, whiplash, contact sports). Patients are challenged across all ability levels by adjusting platform height, stability, and degree of tilt, asking them to push themselves to perform while keeping them feeling safe and secure.
Shuttle Balance Sport 2 provides athletes and larger patients the range of motion necessary for performing sport-specific moves.
- Dynamic Platform - Develops necessary proprioception in the elderly to the stabilizers in the elite athlete. Simulates a slip through motion in all horizontal planes. Provides secure footing and supports up to 500 pounds.
- Adjustable Suspension Chains - Adjustable Balance Platform height, degree of stability and tilt sensitivity. Perturbates in both standing and seated positions for therapeutic and sport-specific treatments.
- Safely Train Balance - Convenient bars provide security and increased confidence during all phases of training. Can be used with your favorite balance accessory ie: Foam pad, DynaDisc®, & BOSU® Ball.
- Available Shuttle Accessories - Safety Step & Wheel Assembly.
Kent Bond and Jessica show us jumping drills on the Shuttle Balance and Incorporate and elastic band around the knees for added difficulty. Thanks @ImpactPT - Hillsboro, Oregon.
Shuttle Balanc...Kent Bond and Jessica show us jumping drills on the Shuttle Ba...