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Parallel Bars for Therapy Designed by Armedica Now Offered by Rehabmart.com

January 10, 2013

Their Electric Platform Mount Parallel Bars features an electronic height adjustability with a range of 26 inches to 48 inches, along with a manual width adjustability of 15 inches to 29 inches, and a 400 pound weight capacity on the hand rails. Often used for gait training and other forms of physical and rehabilitative therapy, these parallel bars can be used for a wide range of issues including amputation, muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, stroke recovery, osteoarthritis, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, brain and spinal cord injuries, sports injuries and recovery after surgery.

Elberton, GA (PRWEB) January 09, 2013

Rehabmart.com, an online e-commerce company that sells rehabilitation and medical supplies, has joined into a distribution agreement with the Armedica Manufacturing Corporation to offer their Electric Platform Mount Parallel Bars to a wider consumer marketplace. As an American manufacturer of high quality treatment tables, physical therapy and rehabilitation equipment, Armedica provides durable and dependable medical equipment for the professional healthcare industry. They are a certified ISO 13485 Medical Device Manufacturer, meaning that they set and adhere to more stringent manufacturing standards than is required by law, formally assuring their product users that they build to a higher quality standard. As an American medical device manufacturer, Armedica also meets the regulatory requirements established by the FDA.

Their Electric Platform Mount Parallel Bars features an electronic height adjustability with a range of 26 inches to 48 inches, along with a manual width adjustability of 15 inches to 29 inches, and a 400 pound weight capacity on the hand rails. Often used for gait training and other forms of physical and rehabilitative therapy, these parallel bars can be used for a wide range of issues including amputation, muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, stroke recovery, osteoarthritis, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, brain and spinal cord injuries, sports injuries and recovery after surgery.

The microprocessor control unit ensures synchronous operation of all four columns, while the memory buttons allow for storage and recall of four separate bar height settings. A user-friendly and conveniently located control panel digitally displays the exact bar height, and height monitoring functions guarantee reliable operation and a safety switch-off in case of a fault. Even in the highest bar position, heavy-gauge 1 and 1/2 inch diameter stainless steel handrails on three-section slimline lifting columns provide maximum lateral stability, and the platform itself is slip-resistant for additional security.

“We are very pleased to introduce more professional healthcare consumers to the Electric Platform Mount Parallel Bars from Armedica,” said Hulet Smith, OTR/L, MBA and CEO of Rehabmart. “Parallel bars are a great tool for helping patients learn to walk, or re-learn to walk, and are often used for other kinds of physical, occupational and rehabilitative therapies to address a wide range of issues. This electronic version makes therapy easier and more specialized for the therapist, which in turn will enhance the patient’s recovery process. We are proud to offer this, and all of the great therapy and rehabilitation products from the Armedica Manufacturing Corporation to our customers at Rehabmart.com.”

About Rehabmart.com:

As an Occupational Therapist, the founder of Rehabmart, Hulet Smith, has the breadth of knowledge and experience necessary to match the needs of his customers with the very latest innovative products in the field of medical supplies and rehabilitation equipment. As a parent of special needs children, he has a personal interest in finding the best products to improve the lives of those who are disabled and medically challenged. Rehabmart.com is committed to provide superior customer service, competitive pricing and exceptional product offerings.

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