Economical, lightweight and portable, exercise bands are effective when used alone or with handles/anchors.  Low-powder latex and latex-free bands in varying resistance levels ranging from XX-Light through XXX-Heavy, show continuous progress whether for rehab or fitness.
    Exercise tubing is lightweight, compact, and portable and is available in both low-powder latex and latex-free versions.  Tubing comes in resistance levels ranging from XX-Light to XXX-Heavy and can be used with or without handles and anchors.

    Rollers are available in varying sizes and densities and are used for all therapeutic exercises including; physical therapy, training, conditioning, core strength, stability stretching, postural alignment and balance. Rollers also enhance massage sessions.

    Putty can be used in therapy to improve grip strength, dexterity, and hand strengthening through finger, hand and wrist resistive exercises.  Each color-coded putty comes in different consistencies ranging from XX-Soft to X-Firm, for pediatrics to seniors. Accessories also available for use with putty.
    Flexion of the hands, wrists and fingers helps build up strength and coordination. Use in therapy for rehabilitation of carpel tunnel, arthritis, stroke, fractures, tendon injury, nerve lacerations, tennis elbow and more.
    Extension of the hands, wrists and fingers helps build up strength and coordination. Use in therapy for rehabilitation of carpel tunnel, arthritis, stroke, fractures, tendon injury, nerve lacerations, tennis elbow and more.
    Perform flexion, extension, and coordination exercises for the wrist and shoulders during rehab or fitness programs. Strengthen and increase range-of-motion with exercise.
    Perfect for clinic or in-house use, portable upper and lower body exercisers stimulate circulation, muscle strength, joint range-of-motion and coordination.
    Upper and lower body exercisers stimulate circulation, muscle strength, joint range-of-motion and coordination. Exercisers include LCD for measuring work performed.
    Medicine balls, kettlebells, soft weights, exercise bars and dumbbells are some of the weights that can be used in physical therapy and fitness training to develop strength, increase flexibility, range-of-motion and tone or increase muscle.