Step Of Mind Testimonials

Sarah_Peleg_ShanyTraining with Re-Step™ has significantly improved the quality and dynamic balance of our patients’ gait.

This improvement was achieved even among patients whose brain injury occurred many years ago. After Re-Step™ training, they rely less on their walkers or canes.

 

 

Mrs. Sarah Peleg Shany, PT
Head of Physiotherapy unit
Reuth Medical & Rehabilitation Center
http://www.reuth.org/

bülent-elbasanWe have implemented Re-Step™ in physical therapy treatments for patients with different diagnoses. After reviewing their individual performance, I must say that they have all shown a great improvement.

Due to the constant dynamic stimulation that Re-Step™ applies to the nervous system, patients are always alert and the treatment is more effective.

 
Bülent ELBASAN, PT, PhD
Gazi University, Faculty of Health Sciences
Department of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation
President of Turkısh Physıotherapısts Association

My body’s balance improved after just 15 sessions with Re-Step™. I can walk without holding on to the walls at home after training with Re-Step™. If you do physical therapy with Re-Step™, you can ‘wipe the dust’ off the patient’s brain.

K.K., 45, a MS patient diagnosed in 2002

I can personally cite numerous advantages of Re-Step™ compared to many cases where the results of earlier routine physical therapy were not satisfactory. Being physical therapists, I suppose that one of the most compelling issues we face is the failure of patients to transfer the motor tasks learned during their PT sessions – especially gait and balance – to their daily activities.

I believe this is due to the shortage of environmental variations which directly affect motor outputs.We practice gait on smooth surfaces or create artificial perturbations which

patients almost never experience in their daily lives. I have noticed that the activation supplied by Re-Step™ and its simulation of actual balance loss, enable patients to practice many ituations that they indeed encounter outside the therapy sessions.

Thus, they can make great progress in their motor learning, make the necessary adjustments, and feel secure about any problematic situations they may encounter when performing motor activities. After twenty-five Re-Step™ sessions, I started walking without a cane. I believe that if I continue to train with it, the coordination and control in my walking will increase.

I recommend that CP patients, or people who have other walking disabilities due to a nervous system injury, try the Re-Step™ treatment.

Ö.E.,42, an ataxic CP patient