Solo-Step Gait Training Harness System

Hundreds of physical therapy locations use the Solo-Step Overhead Track & Harness System to help their patients improve gait speed, increase balance, and gain confidence during physical therapy and rehabilitation. 

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What is the Solo-Step Overhead Track System?

The Solo-Step is a fall prevention device, dedicated to keeping your patients and therapists safe during physical therapy, gait training, balance training, and more. The Solo-Step Aluminum Ceiling Track System allows physical therapy to be performed with just one therapist, reducing staff time and worker’s compensation claims. Solo-Step is a simple, affordable, and effective piece of equipment for any facility that aims to keep its patients safe during physical therapy or specialized treatment!

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Analyze Gait, Increase Strength, and more!

Enhance your balance, strength, and gait training programs with the Solo-Step Overhead Track and Harness System. Solo-Step allows your physical therapy or rehabilitation facility to assess your patients during challenging exercises. While your patients are using the Solo-Step, they will be protected from dangerous falls and injuries, and will be able to challenge themselves during physical therapy and rehabilitation. 

How Can Solo-Step Improve Your Facility?

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Prevent Injuries

Decrease Falls & Improve Gait

Increase Confidence

Increase Productivity

Prevent therapist & patient injuries while challenging your patients.

Check out this video to see why therapists love the Solo-Step!

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Installed in Over 900 Facilities Across The U.S.!

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Trusted nationwide and backed by a 5-year track & trolley warranty!

“Excellent resource to have in the clinic! We use (Solo-Step) on a daily basis and it is so nice to take away the worry of a potential fall. It has instilled the confidence in our patients as well. We use it for more than just balance patients but also for patients who are learning how to ambulate again and it has done a fantastic job in helping them through their rehabilitation. So nice to have in the outpatient setting!”


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