Balance & Fall Management
equilibriums Suspension Therapy creates a unique balancing experience that enhances mobility and safety by decreasing a persons body weight in order to improve performance.
Why is This Important?
By deweighting someones body weight, individuals are able to move in ways that may not have been possible.
This allows clients to work on improving their balancing health, mobility, flexibility and strength.
Suspension Therapy training can also be used to safely assist individuals on or off the floor, a cushioned mat or soft treatment tables. This strategy of assisting someone on or off the floor using the suspension system, can help improve an individuals motion, strength, and coordination in getting up from a fall.
This can translate into greater safety, freedom and improved quality of life.
Who May Benefit?
Suspension Therapy may be useful for individuals who:
- have fallen, or may notice a change in their balance
- have had joint replacements
- are athletes interested in improving performance
- have joint or muscle pain
- have difficulty walking/running
- have had a stroke