WHY KEISER FOR

MEDICAL REHAB

Medical rehabilitation practices have a lot to manage — patients with a diverse array of rehabilitation needs, the demands of government regulation and insurance compensation. Keiser’s next-generation resistance technology takes a load off by bringing science-proven fitness to your practice. 

With virtually zero shock loading, our equipment prevents extra stress on tissues that are already in repair. Simply put, Keiser machines are the safest, most effective machines for rehab available.

THE FAST TRACK TO BETTER HEALTH

SAFER. SCIENCE-BACKED. MORE EFFECTIVE.

While each therapist has a diverse array of patients, Keiser programs and range of fitness equipment align in the ability to help return patients back to their personal speed of life quicker AND more safely. Our machines are engineered to maximize results, re-training patients’ neuromuscular systems so they regain agility, coordination, strength, power and control.

By optimizing each individual’s rehab treatment, Keiser can also help drive practice efficiencies to improve business results. Plus, the compact design of Keiser equipment will save valuable space in your practice.

Keep in mind, too, that pneumatic-resistance technology offers special advantages to the medical rehab industry:

  • Zero lb/kg starting resistance on most machines (important to prevent overload during rehab process) 
  • Zero shock loading to muscles, connective tissues and joints (prevent extra stress on those tissues already in repair after damage during surgery) 
  • Ability to build strength more efficiently and effectively with controlled, consistent air resistance 
  • Ability to train for speed and power, not limited by iron weights, with a power display option for tracking performance improvement


TESTIMONIALS

...without doubt the most exciting strength equipment that I have seen in over twenty years. As someone who from the age of 12 years was brought up with free weights, I can honestly say that Keiser has developed a piece of equipment that may empty the gym of iron. From a soccer player’s point of view the feedback has been tremendous, players can work the whole body doing ‘football-specific movements' with resistance.

Jim Henry, Strength & Conditioning Coach, Aston Villa Football Club

KEISER

BENEFITS

WE'RE PROVEN.

Keiser equipment is specified by the most demanding providers in the medical rehab field, including the Mayo Clinic.

SAFETY.

Through a rigorous focus on biomechanical design and human interface, combined with patented pneumatic technology, Keiser has created equipment that works the muscle without overstressing the joints or connective tissue, so your patients can push themselves to their limit with reduced fear of injury or re-injury.

TRAIN THE BRAIN.

Improving patient’s CNS/NMS interaction will help them achieve their rehab goals. By simultaneously training the patient’s muscles and nervous system, Keiser allows practices to train at speed from the start of their rehab, without the need for creating a strength foundation first.

FUNCTIONAL TRAINING.

Training can only be considered functional if it is done at speed with the appropriate resistance necessary to build strength — something not possible with iron. Keiser helps therapists build true functional training into their workout programs, providing results that are directly realized in their client’s chosen activities.

STRATEGIC PARTNER.

More than an equipment manufacturer, Keiser is a strategic partner in your facility’s success, providing the rehab equipment and programs that help increase positive patient results, wellness, and satisfaction.

OUR EXPERIENCE.

Keiser pioneered the first pneumatic exercise machines in 1978, and spent the three decades that followed testing and optimizing the equipment and programs to meet the high standards of users at the top of their field. Most recently, Keiser has partnered with the Council on Aging and Adult Development, supporting research on aging and exercise.

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BETTER BUILT

Keiser engineers industrial strength fitness machines around the human body. They are built to be used, delivering long-term functionality for both users and owners.