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Exercisers, Aerobic, Treadmill, Hydrotherapy

Definition : Treadmill exercisers designed for use partially immersed in water, utilizing the water for additional resistance but simultaneously alleviating stress on the joints in the reduced-gravity environment. These exercisers typically consist of a continuous tread and an electric motor, controls for the belt speed and slope, and a display that shows equipment characteristics and training information (e.g., speed, time, elevation, energy consumption). Most hydrotherapy treadmills have front-mounted rails; some devices also include water jets and/or water temperature controls. All materials used must be water- and corrosion-resistant; electric components must satisfy appropriate electrical safety standards. Hydrotherapy treadmills are available as independent units that can be mounted in standard pools (including lap pools), custom-made pools, or full-body hydrotherapy tanks. They are used in healthcare facilities, clinics, and at home for exercise, training, and/or rehabilitation.

Entry Terms : "Hydrotherapy Treadmills" , "Treadmills, Hydrotherapy" , "Treadmills, Underwater" , "Hydrotherapy Baths" , "Patient-Lifting Treadmills" , "Weight-Load Reduction Treadmills"

UMDC code : 17707

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Aquabilt LLC

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HYDRORIDER

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HydroWorx International Inc

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SwimEx Systems

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SwimEx sets the standard in resistance pools. Our proprietary paddlewheel proposulsion system delivers the smoothest, deepest and widest waterflow and circulates up to 30,000 gallons of water per minute. The variable speed laminar flow creates a current strong enough to challenge even the biggest athletes and gentle enough to sooth arthritic joints.

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