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Rocker Board & More at Meyer Physical Therapy

TheraBand

Rocker Board

MeyerPT # HYG240 MFG# 23300 HCPCS# A9300
A great tool for balance and proprioceptive exercises, the square Rocker Board by Thera-Band allows for a single plane of instability. Strong and durable, the Rocker Board has a tactile surface on the top and an anti-skid surface on the bottom. For more difficulty, try the Thera-Band Wobble Board.
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Specifications for Item HYG240
Offers an unstable and sensory-stimulating surface designed to facilitate balance, proprioceptive training and automatic postural reactionsRocker Board allows for one plane of instability at a time; the Wobble Board provides multiple planesMade of black molded plastic with a specially designed tactile surface on the top and an antiskid surface on the bottomComes with an illustrated instruction guide with over 37 exercises Balance and proprioceptive training for upper and lower extremities300-lb. weight limitRocker Board13-1/8" x 14"30 degree angle of deflection
Rocker Board Features
  • Balance and proprioceptive training for upper and lower limbs.
  • Closed kinetic chain exercises.
  • Core strengthening, stability and sensorimotor training.
  • Range of motion and flexibility (ankle).
  • Developing automatic postural reactions.
  • Injury prevention and strengthening (ankle/knee).
Please see the manufacturer's warranty for terms and conditions which are included with the product or can be viewed at the manufacturer's website.
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