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Push to Walk’s gym is a positive, uplifting environment designed to facilitate hard work and achieve desired results. Each client establishes their goals with a Neuro Fitness Trainer, and the trainer creates a personalized fitness program to accomplish those goals. The facility is completely accessible and is considered the next step in continuum of care once an individual has completed physical therapy. Think our gym is what you’re looking for? Click the Button below and apply today.

The state-of-the-art Push to Walk gym, with a bright wall decal that says "Push Yourself"

Our Walking Therapy Tools


The Xcite is a stand-alone FES system that induces 40 task-specific exercises to help strengthen gross and fine motor skills. Every exercise has a specific stimulation sequence pattern to help clients perform a task as well as strengthen the muscles to perform the task. It has a database to store each client’s profiles to track progress and makes continued use easier and more accessible. The Xcite has visual and audio cues to help assist clients to complete each task. Continuous use of the Xcite can help clients with neuromuscular re-education, reduce spasticity, reverse muscle atrophy, increase range of motion, and improve local circulation.

Push to Walk's RT600 Step and Stand with fully integrated FES

The RT600 is the only fully integrated upright FES stepping therapy system simultaneously achieving muscle activation and weight bearing. The stepping stride length is adjustable from 9” to 18.” Independent motor-powered footplates provide adjustable range of motion and firmness to augment plantar and dorsiflexion during stepping while accommodating tone and spasticity

Push to Walk FES RT-300 Bicycle.

The RT300 combines a motorized cycle ergometer with integrated functional electrical stimulation (FES). This FES bike stimulates the muscles of the leg to contract and create a repetitive patterned movement (cycling). The benefits for individuals with paralysis include prevention of muscle atrophy, relaxation of muscle spasms, increased circulation, and increased or maintenance of range of motion.

Push to Walk's FES RT200 Recumbent Elliptical.
 

The RT300 combines a motorized cycle ergometer with integrated functional electrical stimulation (FES). This FES bike stimulates the muscles of the leg to contract and create a repetitive patterned movement (cycling). The benefits for individuals with paralysis include prevention of muscle atrophy, relaxation of muscle spasms, increased circulation, and increased or maintenance of range of motion.

Push to Walk's Keiser Functional Trainer.
 
 
Keiser’s Performance Trainer is a single-column, high-low pulley system that provides resistance without high impact. This system is controlled by an air compressor that allows us to increase the weight from 0-70lbs in 1/10lb increments, which is very important for someone with a neurological disorder.
 
The York Power Rack is very versatile. It provides an additional area for clients to stand with or without assistance. It is very flexible in how clients support themselves while standing which offers a greater variety of standing exercises and movements. It also provides a safe area to perform weight training, and other bodyweight exercises such as pull-ups.
 
 
 
 
The GHS, with its many steering and braking features, is a very versatile tool for doing exercises in an upright position, as well as assisted walking. Clients wear a harness specifically for the walker that, when the client is standing, is designed to help keep the client’s hips in place without actually supporting their bodyweight. The harness also turns into a seat so that when the client needs a break, they can simply sit down in the harness, which will support their weight.
 
The Rifton Tram Walker has a durable frame with an electrical-driven height adjustment capacity. The walker has comfortable padded upper body support, along with a hip harness that secures the client safely into the walker. Clients are then able to practice locomotor training, as the trainer can assist from behind. With lock-in steering capabilities, the Rifton is easy to navigate, and works to provide clients with various degrees of weight bearing while practicing gait training.
Push to Walk's Adult LiteGait (LG 300 MX).
 
 
Push to Walk's Galileo Tilt Table.
 
 
The MyoCycle by Myolyn is a functional electrical stimulation bike that sends electrical impulses to the muscles of the clients, causing muscle contractions in a cyclical pattern. Health benefits from electrical stimulation can range from muscle mass and bone density maintenance, increased blood circulation, decreased spasms, increased joint range of motion, and improved skin integrity. The interactive display screen is notably user friendly, with easy-to-adjust stimulation parameters available to both the client and the trainers. Data about the cycling session is stored on the Myolyn portal, enabling progress to be accurately tracked. With an advantageous biomechanical design, the cycle features a smooth cycling motion with comfortable foot pedals that securely fasten the client’s legs.
Push to Walk's I-form