FreeStep SAS - Supported Ambulation System

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Journal Articles & Research Papers

Hornby, TG, et al.  (2015)
  Feasibility Of Focused Stepping Practice During Inpatient Rehabilitation Postroke and Potential Contributions To Mobility Outcomes
    Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, Vol. 29(10):923-932 
Biodex #93-322

Jette, DU, (2005)
  The Relation Between Therapy Intensity And Outcomes Of Rehabilitation In Skilled Nursing Facilities 

Arch Phys Med Rehab, Vol. 86:373-379
Biodex #93-320

Kwakkel, G, et al.  (2004)
  Effects Of Augmented Exercise Therapy Time After Stoke:  A Meta-Analysis

Stroke, 35:2529-2539
Biodex #93-324

Lenze, EJ, et al.  (2012) 
  Enhanced Medical Rehabilitation Increases Therapy Intensity And Engagement And Improves Functional Outcomes In Post-Acute Rehabilitation Of Older Adults:  A Randomized Controlled Trial

J American Med Dir Assoc., 13(8):708-712 
Biodex #93-326

Pai, YC, et al.  (2014)
  Perturbation Training Can Reduce Community-Dwelling Older Adults Annual Fall Risk:  A Randomized Controlled Trial
    Dept of PT and Biomedical & Health Information Sciences, Univ of Illinois at Chicago
Biodex #93-321

Sherrington, C, et al.  (2008)
  Effective Exercise For The Prevention Of Falls:  A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

JAGS,  56:2234-2243
Biodex #93-319

Sousa, CO, et al.  (2011)
  Gait Training With Partial Body Weight Support During Overground Walking For Individuals With Chronic Stroke:  A Pilot Study

J of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation, 8:48
Biodex #93-323


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“It [the Freestep SAS] allows the patient to feel like they can move very freely. They feel a lot safer in it than with the therapist holding on to them.”


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