Physical Therapy for Arthritis
Arthritis Physical Therapy Using Theracycle
Arthritic pain and suffering will affect your quality of life. However, you can improve and alleviate arthritis symptoms and pain by using the Theracycle therapy bike for arthritis physical therapy and exercise.
Countless studies have confirmed that those who suffer from the joint pain and stiffness associated with arthritis benefit greatly from arthritis physical therapy exercises. Arthritis patients who exercise regularly report less pain and joint swelling, improved functioning, and increased strength, endurance and flexibility. They also experience less anxiety and depression, and a greater sense of control.
The Theracycle motorized exercise bike for arthritis and arthritic knees delivers the range of motion, endurance and knee-strengthening exercises most commonly suggested to alleviate arthritis symptoms.
How physical therapy alleviates arthritis symptoms:
Challenge: Arthritic Muscle and Joint Pain
Theracycle Solution: Unlike traditional exercise bikes that depend solely on your own muscle power, the Theracycle’s Smart Motor aids your movement. The unique, motorized technology helps you get the exercise you need for longer periods of time without joint strain.
Challenge: Arthritic Stiffness and Lack of Mobility
Theracycle Solution: Theracycle’s step-through area is designed to accommodate arthritis patients and the lack of mobility that results from arthritic conditions. The low floor height makes it easy to mount and dismount independently. Additional support handles and a stable frame make it easy to use your
Theracycle from the safety and security of your own home for daily regular exercise and physical therapy for arthritis.
The Theracycle provides effective physical therapy for knee arthritis and symptoms related to arthritic conditions, and is the best choice for arthritis physical therapy exercise and treatment.
Our customers with arthritis love their Theracycle.
I have had the Theracycle machine for several months and I am extremely happy with it. Since I have Rheumatoid Arthritis, and have had this condition for a long time, I started out pretty slow. At first my knees were really tight, but now I can ride the Theracycle for seven minutes per session at five miles per hour. My leg muscles are a lot stronger. I can tell because it is a lot easier to get up from my wheel chair and to get to my walker. The Theracycle definitely is helping with my circulation – I have a lot of edema and I can see the difference in my legs which are a lot less swollen. I know it sounds funny, but the Theracycle really helps with fatigue. I can be very tired and then get on the Theracycle. Even after seven minutes my body gets a surge of energy.” Carmen Quintana
Rancho Cordova, California
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