CanDo® exercise

About the CanDo® brand

CanDo® exercise products have been used by physical therapists, athletic trainers and the general public since the 1980s. Many of you who have received therapy after an injury have probably used a CanDo® exercise product during your rehabilitation.

The product line includes exercisers for strength and rehabilitation, balance and coordination, and flexibility. Many CanDo® exercisers are now available in consumer friendly retail packaging.

The CanDo® product category

Below is a listing of some CanDo® products. Select a category link to learn more.


CanDo® products


Inflatable log rollers inflate like an inflatable ball. Fully inflate the roller to increase instability, and partially inflate for added stability. Inflatable rollers are available in 3 sizes.
Foam roller accessories include wall mount and floor storage solutions, as well as convenient washable foam roller covers.
The economy polyethylene foam rollers with hollow core are perfect for positioning, balance, postural and muscle re-education, spinal stabilization, body awareness and coordination, and ranging and strengthening activities. Available in blue color in 6" x 30" and 6" x 15" lengths.
CanDo® 2-Layer foam roller features a premium 2-layer design with a dense core and a unique outer layer that comes in different firmness levels. The total diameter is 6" with a 4" high-density core and a 1" outer comfort and firmness layer that wraps around the core. Outer layer is available in 3 levels and is color-coded to indicate firmness. The roller can be used for rehab exercises for upper/lower back, calf, hamstring, gluts and more. It is designed for Pilates, core, abdominal, back stabilization and strengthening routines.
The CanDo® Digi-Flex® develops isolated finger strength, flexibility and coordination as it builds hand and forearm strength. Use each button independently to exercise fingers or compress the entire unit for complete hand and forearm strengthening. Comes with illustrated manual. Develops isolated finger strength, flexibility, and coordination. Stronger fingers cannot compensate for weaker ones. Progressive color-coded resistance gives patient positive feedback. Also builds hand and forearm strength.