TheraBand Stability Trainer Pad, Intermediate ...

January 17, 2019 - Comment

TheraBand Balance Trainers are oval-shaped, color-coded pads, supplied in three densities to provide a progressive system of balance training. They offer two options for use: one surface with rounded points providing tactile inputs for sensorimotor training; and the opposite surface with an anti-skid bars that resist slipping. These Balance Trainers can be used by patients

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TheraBand Balance Trainers are oval-shaped, color-coded pads, supplied in three densities to provide a progressive system of balance training. They offer two options for use: one surface with rounded points providing tactile inputs for sensorimotor training; and the opposite surface with an anti-skid bars that resist slipping. These Balance Trainers can be used by patients who have suffered ankle or knee injuries, for core strength and stability training, ankle range of motion and flexibility training and sensorimotor training. Utilized for balance training, rehabilitation and sports performance enhancement, the 13″ silver disc is the most challenging of the TheraBand Soft Stability Products. The TheraBand Stability Disc offers an unstable and sensory-stimulating surface designed to facilitate balance and proprioceptive training and automatic postural reactions. When used as a sitting cushion, the disc helps activate core muscles and is ideal for rehabilitation, advanced sports training and active sitting. Uses include balance and proprioceptive training for upper and lower extremities, closed kinetic chain exercises, ankle and knee injury prevention and strengthening, core strengthening and stability, ankle range of motion and flexibility, and sensorimotor training.

Product Features

  • Oval-shaped, soft blue pad made of closed-cell foam is the intermediate level of Theraband progressive stability and balance exercise products and is more difficult than the firm green foam pad
  • For balance and proprioception training, core, upper and lower extremity strength and stability training, ankle range of motion and flexibility training, sensorimotor training, closed kinetic chain exercises, targeted injury prevention and strengthening
  • Use as single bad for single leg balance training, or place two pads on the floor and challenge yourself to squat or balance with the foam pads below both feet to create an unstable surface
  • TheraBand balance products are available in four densities to provide a progressive system of balance training for rehab, post-rehab conditioning and fitness applications
  • Contains (1) – Blue, Soft, Intermediate, 16″ x 9″ x 2″ Pad

Comments

Anonymous says:

Knee rehab I used this exact product for rehab at my physical therapy clinic. I was excited to find one on Amazon for a decent price. I continue to use it at home to keep up my knee strength, but it is good for balance training and foot/ankle rehab.A little info for those new to this type of stability trainer:-There is no area for inflation/deflation. These trainers are made out of a foamy/rubbery material.-Each color has its own stability: Green is the most stable, meaning it…

Anonymous says:

Nice cushion, good stability trainer I use this with my standing desk at work. It provides cushion beneath my feet or a nice stability workout if I stand on one leg. I have size 8 shoes and they almost fit the disk when standing on it width-wise (my toes pointing toward the sides, not towards the rounded ends). On two feet it feels comfortable and stable–I don’t feel like I’m working to balance, but it cushions my feet nicely from the hard floor. On one leg it provides a perfect amount of balance challenge. I had originally tried…

Anonymous says:

Stability Trainer I first used the trainer at the physical therapist for my foot problem. He had me step on the trainer with one foot with the other foot in the air and he threw a 12″ ball to me and I threw the ball back. It was one of the hardest thing that I have ever done. So,I decided to get one for myself and practice balancing. It looks so easy but it’s not. So far it’s a hard balancing act.

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