Do you do any specials?
Yes. We will have several special offers throughout the year. To be notified of our promotions subscribe to our email list.
Do you have any discounts for veterans?
Yes we do. Please contact our customer service if you are a veteran to receive our special discount code for veterans.
Does insurance, Medicare, or Medicaid cover the PhysioPedal?
Depending on your insurance policy, you can use your HSA / FSA account to purchase it. Please check with your insurance to see if they cover it.
Does it help with foot neuropathy and edema?
While we do not offer medical advice, studies show stationary biking is a safer exercise mode than walking on a treadmill in controlling foot edema. We encourage you to review our website at www.Nobol.com and go to the Health Benefits page to learn more about Assisted Cycling Therapy (ACT).
Will The PhysioPedal help with my stroke therapy?
ACT at low cadences (30-50 rpm), often called passive cycling, is commonly used after a stroke for patients with impaired motor function and impaired muscle function. ACT can also aid in recovery during the chronic post-stroke period.
What is Assisted Cycling Therapy (ACT)?
Assisted Cycle Therapy (ACT) is a method of therapy that has a positive effect on motor and cognitive functioning in populations with compromised CNS, impaired motor function, low exercise motivation, and reduced cognition.
Can you use this machine with just your arms, and can you use it in reverse?
The PhysioPedal is the most advanced motor-assisted cycle device on the market designed to improve the range of motion in both the upper and lower body. The PhysioPedal has multiple functions, including forward and backward pedaling, various speed levels, digital display with remote controller, and a safety stop feature if the device wobbles or turns over.