Introducing the PhysioPedal by Nobol - Innovatively Simple

Nobol is an Irvine-based manufacturer of innovative health and fitness products for home use. With a philosophy built on three supporting pillars: materials, performance, and craftsmanship. With each of these tenets in mind, we have continued to innovate and develop an ever-improving line of health products for home use. PhysioPedal is a new form of assisted cycling therapy that offers an alternative to traditional physical therapy. Not only is it innovative it also has a modern and minimalist design.



The Minimalist Style


The PhysioPedal has a round, smooth, pebble shape with a geometric design and neutral color elements. It is minimalist yet innovative and appealing. It incorporates a modern feel to any space of your home or office. Because it's portable, you can use the PhysioPedal anywhere, and it's easy to carry around, doesn't take up much space in your home or office, and is very convenient to keep and store.




The Innovative Design

What makes the PhysioPedal unique, aside from its potential health benefits, are its robust, features. It is Self-Powered, which allows those physically challenged to start a passive exercise mode. Simply step into the device, and the battery-powered pedals will move your legs!

Its Built-in Safety Features automatically stop the PhysioPedal if it's accidentally tilted or moved while pedaling.

The Commercial Grade Brushless Motor provides years of trouble-free, quiet power for your PhysioPedal.

Our Patent Pending Quick Release System allows switching from Pedals to Handles with a simple action: Pull the knob back and slide the Pedals or Handles in or out.

The PhysioPedal comes with a Wireless Remote Control with an Intuitive Interface

Our Oversized Comfort Pedal for easy cycling

and a long-lasting, Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery that lasts up to 8 hours on a single charge that can also be used as a portable power bank to charge your smartphone devices.



The Health Benefits

PhysioPedal is not just fun to ride; scientific studies prove it. Its features allow users to perform exercises with the aid of a motor, referred to as Assisted Cycle Therapy (ACT) and Force Exercise (FE).

Studies have clinically proven to increase users' ability to exert themselves longer and at higher intensities than they would be able to do on their own. But don't take our word for it; read the studies on our website.

PhysioPedal by Nobol, a new form of Assisted Cycling Therapy, is an innovative, portable device designed to improve the upper and lower body's range of motion and condition. The PhysioPedal is also beneficial to patients with Parkinson's/MS and enhances the mobility of the elderly and injured/physically challenged individuals.

Chapman University's distinguished Stroke Boot Camp is heralding a new age of patient recovery and rehabilitation through an exciting partnership with Nobol, an innovator in health technology. The PhysioPedal, Nobol's groundbreaking cordless motorized exerciser, is set to become a vital part of the camp's rehabilitation program.

The Stroke Boot Camp is a unique, intensive initiative by Chapman University designed to accelerate recovery in stroke survivors. This year, participants will be introduced to the PhysioPedal, an advanced tool that blends cordless convenience and motorized assistance to provide a comprehensive and adaptable workout.

Designed to aid daily physical activity, the PhysioPedal presents a world-first in cordless motorized exercisers. Its dual-function motor offers gentle resistance in manual mode for active exercise, and powered assistance in auto mode for passive arm and leg movements.

Recent research has emphasized the importance of regular, motor-assisted physical activity in enhancing neuroplasticity - a vital factor in post-stroke recovery. By stimulating upper and lower body movements, PhysioPedal promotes neural repair and reorganization, improving motor function and mobility.

But the benefits of the PhysioPedal don't stop there. According to a comprehensive study on the effects of Assisted Cycling Therapy (ACT), the therapy is associated with notable improvements in motor and clinical function in chronic stroke patients. The study showed that ACT, which PhysioPedal provides, led to significant pre-to-posttest changes in all outcome measures. Faster cycling cadences seemed to correlate with more considerable acute effects.

The PhysioPedal's integration into Chapman University's Stroke Boot Camp marks a significant step in the role of technology in health and rehabilitation. This move underscores the shared dedication of Chapman University and Nobol to empower stroke survivors on their road to recovery. With PhysioPedal, participants of the Stroke Boot Camp now have an additional, effective tool to regain mobility and independence and lead a more active, healthy lifestyle.

Chapman University's Stroke Boot Camp and Nobol's commitment to health and independence through innovation are changing the face of stroke recovery. With tools like the PhysioPedal, stroke survivors have more power to reclaim their lives and rewrite their narratives - one pedal at a time.