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Physical Therapy Training Stairs 

Stair Training (climbing up and down stairs) is an important element in physical rehabilitation post injury or surgery. Training stairs help physical therapists in stair training patients that requires the use of different muscles than walking on a flat surface that play an important role in regaining mobility. Portable Stairs can also be used at home to regain strength and independence before you try to access actual stairs. Training stairs are also used by occupational therapists along with assistive devices to retrain people to climb stairs after injuries or surgery.  

Who can benefit from Training Stairs?  

1. Athletes 

 Climbing up and down steep stairs requires more effort than in climbing up a hill and it gets your heart racing. The result is you will get more oxygen throughout your body that you require for intense workouts. It helps in building stamina and strength. For improving agility, speed, coordination use these high quality portable steps from top manufacturers like Hausmann Industries, Inc., Bailey Manufacturing, Escalade Sports and many more.  

2. Elderly 

Stair climbing improves leg strength to a great extent. Since elderly people are more at risk of falls due to weak leg muscles these training stairs can help them in retraining their leg muscles without risking their safety on actual stairs. Training steps are lined with slip resistant materials to prevent falls which makes them ideal for elderly people. It is even more beneficial to use non-skid slippers and socks during training sessions to maximize safety and prevent falls. 

People receiving physical and occupational rehabilitation 

Regaining motion after long term rehabilitation is critical. It is best to consult a physical therapist or an occupational therapist. They will guide you on how to proceed and which assistive devices like a stair climbing cane to use in order to successfully regain the lost motion. Training steps help in improving strength, balance and coordination and are not as intimidating as actual ones. They have side rails for support and are slip resistant to prevent falls. If you are recovering from an injury always remember to climb up with the good leg and climb down with the bad leg. This way you will minimize the chances of re-injury. 

Where to buy portable stairs online?  

At HPFY you will find a wide range of portable steps that include stairs with bus step, closed end stairs, convertible exercise steps, bariatric training stairs, ramp and curb training steps, step stools, high step stools, activity platforms and much more from trusted brands like CanDo, Sammons Preston, The High Step and many more. Shop now and get great discounts and reward$ on every purchase.  

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