Pedalo System (Models Pd-4, Pd-2, & Pd-1)

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The Pedalo System is a balance training device designed for use by children and adults with neurological or lower extremity disabilities. These six-wheeled devices utilize a split base and axle to utilize a walking motion to propel them. Shifting weight from side to side and front to back move the devices forward and backward. The Barren-Pedalo, model PD-4, features removable horizontal parallel bars, making this model suitable for children who can stand but not walk unassisted and use their arms for support and balance. The Reha-Pedalo, model PD-2, is equipped with removable parallel upright poles and requires better lower extremity control than model PD-4. This model is most suitable for children who use canes or crutches or who walk independently. The poles are designed for balance assistance, but not for weight bearing. Weight shift must be initiated through the lower extremities. Models PD-4 and PD-2 are long enough for an adult to stand behind the user to aid with weight shift and coordination. The Double-Pedalo is a smaller model and is long enough for one foot to fit on each side. This model can be used with Kaye Balance Poles (sold separately; see entry). DIMENSIONS: Models PD-4 and PD-2 are 5.75 inches wide x 43.5 inches long on each side and 16.75 wide overall. The horizontal parallel bars on model PD-4 are 27.5 inches long and adjust from 27.25 to 35 inches above the base. The upright parallel poles on model PD-2 adjust from 28 to 36 inches above the base. Model PD-1 is 18 inches long x 16.75 inches wide.


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415.00 to 160.00

Sold By:

Kaye Products Inc.
Organization Type: 
Walking, Therapeutic Aids, Recreation, Personal Care, Home Management, Educational Management, Seating