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ExnFlex EF250 Active/Passive Leg Exerciser
 

ExnFlex EF250 Active/Passive Leg Exerciser

ExnFlex EF250 Active/Passive Leg Exerciser
 


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ExnFlex EF250 Active/Passive Leg Exerciser *FREE SHIPPING*
Price $2,785.00
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Description
The Ex N’ Flex EF-250 is very compact, sturdy and easily moveable with specially designed wheels and lockdowns. The highly accessible control panel offers easy operation, a bio feedback indicator, forward and reverse directions and three speed levels for passive or active training.

The EF-250 is height adjustable to allow use from any chair, wheel chair or scooter. Adjustable crank arm lengths offer two settings for varying the amplitude of movement. Security is assured with specially designed foot plates and an automatic safety shutdown.

In passive mode, the legs are rotated by the electric motor in an orbital motion similar to cycling.

In active mode you can assist the motor to move the pedals with your own muscles.


The patented Control Unit shows bio feedback of  the amount of active work being done, as well as measuring the amount of resistance caused by inflexible or contracted limbs. Other features include; a timer, distance measurement, forward/reverse switch and 3 speed settings.

SPECIFICATIONS
Height – 18″ adjustable to 31″
Length – 22″ / Width – 16″
Weight – 30lbs
 
110/220 VAC
Output – 12 V.D.C. @ 4.5 amps
Motor – 12 volt Speed – 10 to 28 RPM

APPLICATIONS
Paraplegia
Quadriplegia
Multiple Sclerosis
Muscular Dystrophy
Stroke Recovery
Parkinson’s Disease
Alzheimer’s Disease
Post Surgical Exercise for the Elderly
A.L.S.
C.M.T.
Post Polio Spinal cord Injuries

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