Jeff K Pohl, David A Johnson, Edward R Dunlay: Physical therapy apparatus having an interactive interface, and method of configuring same. Chattanooga Group, November 26, 1996: US05578060 (56 worldwide citation)

A reconfigurable physical therapy apparatus and a method of providing operator-selected stimuli to a patient are provided. The apparatus preferably has a physical therapy applicator including a transducer for applying a therapeutic treatment to a patient, and a memory for storing identification data ...

Andrew J Tatom: Physical therapy apparatus. Daniel E McConnell, September 27, 1988: US04773398 (43 worldwide citation)

A physical therapy apparatus for enabling proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation of a multi-axis body structure and having a shaft which rotates in controlled movement about an axis and a body engaging component for engaging an extremity of a patient's limb and which is coupled with said shaft fo ...

James B McKillip, Edmund J Brown, Warner B Owens: Physical therapy apparatus. Jeffrey G Sheldon, March 13, 1984: US04436303 (28 worldwide citation)

A wheel mounted physical therapy apparatus capable of being positioned for operation by a patient, then fixed in position, the apparatus including an arm structure having a wide range of adjustment to permit operation by virtually any preselected back and forth movement of the patient's body, arms o ...

David Alan Brown: Cyclic ergometer. Piper Rudnick, Jefferson Perkins, April 22, 2003: US06551219 (28 worldwide citation)

An exercise or physical therapy apparatus provides both tonic and phasic exercise to selected muscle groups of a user, such as the muscles of the arms or legs. The phasic exercise may be accomplished by a cycle. The tonic exercise is accomplished by subjecting the muscle group to a constant load, su ...

Gary Higer: Physical therapy apparatus. H Eugene Mack, Thomas I Rozsa, Tony D Chen, June 18, 1996: US05526893 (23 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a physical therapy apparatus for someone who either is a paraplegic and cannot walk or has had hip surgery and therefore cannot put full weight on one or both his or her legs. The novelty is that by having an adjustable sling assembly, the amount of weight the person can put ...

Mark Bennett: Occupational - therapy apparatus for strengthening fingers, hand, wrist, forearm and foot. Hamman & Benn, September 3, 2002: US06443874 (23 worldwide citation)

An occupational-therapy/physical-therapy apparatus is disclosed and includes at least one pivotal or rotatable resistance against which the body part being exercised is located. A resistance bar is biased to act against the body part, which bias is adjustable. Operatively associated with the resista ...

Marc Grabell, Lawrence E Gluskin, Barbara Simms: Medical apparatus for the treatment and prevention of heel decubitus. Leydig Voit & Mayer, July 17, 2001: US06260221 (22 worldwide citation)

A heel supporting medical apparatus for the treatment and prevention of decubitus or pressure ulcers. The present invention provides a medical and physical therapy apparatus adapted to elevate heels of individuals subjected to substantial bed rest. By elevating the heels, the skin of the heel will n ...

Robert B Buonauito: Physical therapy apparatus. Chapin Neal & Dempsey, March 5, 1996: US05496236 (20 worldwide citation)

A physical therapy apparatus capable of being used with any suitable seating surface includes a tubular frame, a seat coupling device and a means for simultaneously workout the upper and lower body. The seat interfits with the frame and has a flange portion for frictionally engaging the seating surf ...

John M Steinbach, Emil C Steinbach: Versatile physical therapy apparatus. Bedside Rehabilitation Technology, Timothy R Kroboth, May 8, 2001: US06228004 (19 worldwide citation)

A versatile physical therapy apparatus is disclosed. Beneficially, the apparatus, when mounted, is adapted to be supported by an end of a bed, and includes an angularly positionable guide wheel for variation in exercise and in the muscles exercised.

Henry J Gilfillian Jr: Physical therapy apparatus. James E Bradley, May 12, 1992: US05112043 (15 worldwide citation)

A physical climbing apparatus having a sprocket carrier frame structure includes first and second carrier members supported in parallel relation. The frame is made up of members which are extensible. This allows the frame to be supported at selected inclinations. It also allows the apparatus to be c ...