Baps Ankle Platform System - Balance Board & Stability Trainer

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$713.69

BAPS Ankle Platform System

Features light-weight, durable, biomechanically designed platform to assure anatomically accurate range of motion. Five proportionately calibrated hemispherical attachments assure precise control for range of motion stress. Weight rods may be strategically placed in one or more of the five sockets for passive ROM assistance or for strengthening specific muscle groups. Platform is reversible to accommodate right or left and includes permanent indices for proper foot placement. 

Includes 5 pivot balls to vary ROM height from LOW (Level One) to High (Level Five); four 2.5 lb weight plates, two rods for resistive training; wall rack storage system; Clinical Manual

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