Designed Specifically for Seniors and Rehabilitation
PhysioPedal differs from manual exercisers by utilizing a motor to enhance users' endurance and ability to exert themselves at higher intensities, thereby removing the constraints and demands of daily exercise. With its user-friendly interface, users can effortlessly step onto the equipment and initiate their workout by simply pressing a button.
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The PhysioPedal features patent-pending safety measures and enables users to engage in low-impact exercise from the comfort and safety of their own homes, all while sitting on their own chair or couch.
PhysioPedal uses a motor to assist the user in exercising at a rate and duration greater than what one can do on one’s own. This increases the user's heart rate with highly repetitive movements, which helps stimulate neuroplasticity in the brain, leading to improved motor function and mobility. This exercise regimen has been widely applied in clinics and hospitals to reduce symptoms of post-stroke, Parkinson's, MS, and other neurological conditions.
“I was so happy to receive this PhysioPedal by @nobol_official
Grams hasn’t had as much energy & there’s been more siting in her chair. This provides assisted cycling therapy so it can keep her circulation & body moving without much effort from her which will be just what we need as she progresses.”Mary + KrisInstagram: @lifewithgrams
"What's really cool is how portable it is to carry around, and you're getting your lower and upper body exercise, and it works at your abs, your core, your legs, and your calves, and it's a great all-around, easy-to-use, and easy-to-assemble workout device that really can go anywhere in your home, and it just gives you the ability to keep the blood flowing in your body, and it's a nice workout. Again, it's a great device; I highly recommend it."Matt & Keiko MitchellReal Customer from Arizona
“This machine was so simple to put together. It seriously took less than five minutes! I love the concept of this machine. As my dad progresses with Alzheimer’s disease, he gets less and less active. So this is the perfect way for him to get the exercise he needs, even in the cold months or even when he doesn’t feel like it. This uses Assisted-Cycling Therapy, so it does all the work for you.”Kameron M.Instagram: @kameronsarah
"So we got a PhysioPedal for Grandma. It's this Cordless Self-Pedaling Machine that can really nicely packaged with hand pedals and foot pedals. We also got the jumbo foot pedal! I showed Grandma how it pedals on its own, and she was impressed by it. There are also different settings; you can adjust the speed, and you can also change the direction that its flows in. There are other settings too, you can pedal by the calorie, the mile the minute. You can also put a timer on it if you want to. I showed Grandma how foot pedaling works and she was into it! So this PhysioPedal is definitely approved by Grandma!"PyxieTikTok: @itspyxie
“This is going to be absolutely amazing to have in our lives! I am a caregiver for Nana, and we just received a #PhysioPedal it is absolutely easy to put together and check it out. This is going to be wonderful for Alzheimer’s and Dementia; it's going to be helpful for living in Massachusetts and having huge snowstorms and not being able to go out. It's going to keep us moving, keep her active, and keep her legs strong, which is the most important thing.”Melissa PhilipsTaunton, Massachusetts
“My wife and I have been so excited to try this out! With her situation, I was surprised that she could cycle with the PhysioPedal on her own! At one point, she said she felt like she was pedaling, which was HUGE! Because neuroplasticity and making brain connections are so important, and this machine works perfectly for her."Matt CauliHusband & Caregiver
"Mom and I are so excited about the Nobol Physiopedal. Many times she can’t get to the gym. This allows her to exercise her legs and arms in the comfort of her home. While she is pedaling she is on her Ipad reading news, playing bridge and other games. The time flies by.She said this machine is the best thing that ever happened to her. She feels her legs are getting stronger which is improving her balance."Gayle KirschenbaumBurbank, CA