Physical Therapy Equipment & Supplies - Rehabilitation & Exercise Tools

If you're looking for top-of-the-line physical therapy and rehabilitative equipment, you've come to the right place. We offer a wide variety of products to meet the needs of every patient, including exercise bands, balls and tubing, stretching and flexibility aids, strength training equipment, and balance training aids. With our high-quality equipment, you can provide your patients with the best possible care to help them improve their health and quality of life. Browse our selection today and choose the perfect products for your practice confidently with our price match guarantee.

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If you find the same product for a lower price from any other company, we will refund/match the difference. Offer is valid for 30 days from the date of purchase. Valid on orders shipped within the continental United States. Cannot price match against auction sites. Pricing match is based on competitor complying with Manufacturer’s Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) Policy. If a product is listed below “MAP” we may not be able to match that price. Vendor that we price match must have product available to purchase and not on backorder.

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  1. Theraband Hand Exerciser TheraBand® Hand Exerciser - Grip Strengthening Balls
    $11.89
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  2. Thera-Band Pro Series Exercise Balls TheraBand® Pro Series SCP® Exercise Balls & Stability Balls
    $21.69 - $48.89
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    Thera-Band® Professional Resistance Tubing, 100' TheraBand® Professional Resistance Tubing 100'
    $51.29 - $103.39
    $43.60 - $87.88
  4. DFX Powerball Sports Pro Gyro Exerciser DFX™ Powerball Sports Pro Gyro Ball Exerciser
    $28.49
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  5. Thera-Band® Xtrainer TheraBand® Xtrainer
    $12.19 - $42.79
  6. Thera-Band Professional Resistance Tubing W/ Soft Grip Polybagged TheraBand® Professional Resistance Tubing with Soft Handles - Polybagged
    $18.09 - $21.89
  7. Cando Digiflex Hand/Finger Exerciser Cando® Digi-Flex Exerciser - Finger, Hand & Forearm Strengthening
    $20.59
  8. Cando Wate Balls CanDo® WaTE™ Balls
    $11.39 - $87.99
  9. Original Power Web, 14" Diameter Original 14" Power Web
    $29.89
  10. 8430067_2 Lifeline Exercise Cables
    $10.29 - $10.99
  11. Cando Twist-N-Bend Resistive Exercise Bar Cando Twist-N-Bend Resistive Exercise Bar
    $14.19
  12. Thera-Band Professional Resistance Tubing With Attached Handles TheraBand® Professional Resistance Tubing With Soft Handles - Retail Packaging
    $20.09 - $23.59
  13. Cando Plus Foam Roller CanDo® Plus Foam Roller
    $16.19 - $34.69
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    TheraBand® High Resistance Bands TheraBand® High Resistance Bands
    $19.79 - $48.49
    $16.82 - $41.22
  15. Thera-Band Exercise Ball TheraBand® Exercise Ball - TheraBand® Inflatable Exercise Balls
    $19.29 - $37.99
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  16. Cando Gel Hand Exercise Ball Cando Gel Hand Exercise Ball
    $6.69
  17. Thera-Band Starter Dispenser Pack Thera-Band Starter Dispenser Pack
    $72.39 - $97.99
  18. Power Web Combo Power Web Combo
    $38.29
  19. Thera-Band X-Large Hand Exercisers TheraBand® X-Large Hand Exercisers
    $17.29 - $17.79
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    Theraband Exercise Station, Handle W-Dring/2 TheraBand® Soft Exercise Handle with D Ring – Set of 2
    $11.39 Special Price $9.68
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Exercise & Rehab
Exercise & Rehab

Exercise & Rehab

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What conditions do physical therapists treat?

With the use of physical therapy equipment and flexibility training techniques, physical therapists can help treat a number of issues. You can expect a good physiotherapist to help recover from fractures or sprains, rehabilitation after injury or surgery, and even chronic conditions such as tendinitis or bursitis. Physical therapy helps patients restore strength in damaged or injured muscles, joints, and bones. They can help patients learn to overcome physical ailments or at least minimize their pain and strengthen their bodies to prevent further pain.

What's the difference between physiotherapy and physical therapy?

Physiotherapy involves hands-on treatment. For example, in physiotherapy, injured joints or muscles may be physically stretched out by the practitioner to help the patient with a movement they are unable to complete on their own. Physical therapy is an exercise-based therapy that involves strength training and flexibility training. With the help of strength training equipment, patients can work to build strength in weakened bones or muscles and regain proper mobility. For example, patients suffering from arthritis can try TheraBand® Hand Exerciser - Grip Strengthening Balls to slowly rebuild strength and minimize the effects of arthritis in the hands. A physical therapist can show you the best equipment and the right exercises to help you recover from the chronic pain or injury you are trying to recover from.

What are the different types of physical therapy?

There are several different sub-types of physical therapy which are all aimed at healing different problems. There is geriatric physical therapy for the elderly who are looking to regain strength due to loss of muscle volume as they age. Orthopedic physical therapy can help you recover from orthopedic surgery. Physical therapy also includes cardiovascular and pulmonary therapy, vestibular rehabilitation, and even neurological rehabilitation for brain and/or spinal injuries or recovery from surgery.

What kinds of activities do physical therapists use to treat patients?

Physical therapists offer treatment through flexibility training, strength training, and the use of physical therapy equipment to help. TheraBand® Pro Series SCP® Exercise Balls & Stability Balls can help with balance and core strength. Cando® Digi-Flex Exerciser - Finger, Hand & Forearm Strengthening can help strengthen weakened arms, hands, and fingers. Essentially, physical therapy involves teaching patients how to perform regular exercises that will help them recover from injury and restore their mobility in the long term. Physical therapists will show their patients how to treat their pain and prevent it from coming back.

What equipment is best suited for rehabilitation?

Strength training equipment varies widely. The right equipment is based on the type of rehabilitation you need. For someone with back pain who needs to strengthen their core, the Cando Twist-N-Bend Resistive Exercise Bar may be the best choice. If you are suffering from arthritis in your hands, the Cando® Digi-Flex Exerciser - Finger, Hand & Forearm Strengthening is the right choice. As a general rule, the best equipment will help you perform a physical task that is difficult for you without straining. You shouldn't feel tremendous pain when rehabilitating. A good physical therapist will ensure you make gradual progress without putting too much stress on any one part of your body.

What are the most popular exercise tools physical therapists use?

The most common equipment for physical therapy includes low-intensity equipment like resistance bands, strengthening balls, and even a treadmill. The best way to recover is to aim for consistent, low-intensity training that will gradually improve your strength and mobility. The most popular exercise tools in physical therapy allow patients to slowly rebuild strength through resistance training and flexibility training. The goal of physical therapy is to slowly aid recovery and build long-lasting strength that will prevent further injury and minimize chronic pain.

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