Biodex Gait Trainer 3
More than a treadmill, the Biodex Gait Trainer™ 3 puts evidence-based techniques at your fingertips. With audio cueing, visual biofeedback and music-assisted therapy integration, the Gait Trainer 3 helps reinforce neuroplasticity, creating new pathways to movement. The only treadmill with an instrumented deck that monitors primary gait parameters, the Gait Trainer 3 lets you prove patients are getting better, faster. Documented.


BWSTT – Biodex Gait Trainer™ 3 + NxStep™ Unweighing System
Body Weight-Supported Treadmill Training (BWSTT) is a valuable form of therapy for neurorehabilitation. The NxStep Unweighing System provides partial body-weight support in an open, accessible rehabilitation environment. Combined with the Gait Trainer 3, BWSTT therapy allows every patient the opportunity to get an early start on rehabilitation.


Biodex Music-Assisted Gait Training and Parkinson’s: Body in Balance
Physical therapists at Body in Balance Rehabilitation & Fitness train neurologically involved patients on the Music-Enhanced Gait Trainer 3. Fran, who has been living with Parkinson’s for 40 years, describes the effects of the music: “The Gait Trainer kept my brain aware that my feet should keep going.”


Music-Assisted Therapy for the Gait Trainer™ 3 
Based on decades of research showing the power of music in treating movement disorders, Biodex offers a Music-Assisted Therapy Package for the NEW Gait Trainer™ 3. Partnering with Hope Young, founder of the Center for Music Therapy (Austin, TX), Biodex provides a starter library of music therapy-informed compositions written and composed by music therapists to enhance treatment of debilitating neuropathologies. Using the exclusive instrumented deck of the Gait Trainer 3, the value of therapy can now be measured through quantitative reporting proving need, progress and outcome.


Balance & Mobility Exercise for Parkinson’s disease
With more than 60,000 new Parkinson’s disease cases reported annually, Biodex offers a series of integrated Balance & Mobility devices that can help this growing, and underserved population. Intense exercise can help slow the progression of Parkinson’s symptoms.


Biodex Gait Trainer 3 with Music Therapy Launches in Stockholm, Sweden
The Biodex Gait Trainer 3 with the Integrated Music Therapy option makes its European debut in Stockholm, Sweden. Hope Young, executive producer of the Movement Tracks Project, meets up with Bjorn Augustin and Dr. Nico Fiorente for the historic European launch of this groundbreaking gait training technology that integrates music composed to treat patients with neurological involvement.


Emory Brain Health Center Embraces Biodex Technology for Patients with Neurological Involvement
The Emory Brain Health Center in Atlanta is building what it believes will be one of the nation’s leading outpatient rehabilitation centers for patients with neurological diseases and conditions. The heart of this modern center on Atlanta, GA’s Emory University campus is a team of highly experienced therapists equipped with one of the field’s most advanced range-of-technology systems, including the first rhythmic auditory stimulation (RAS) gait systems for clinical use, and the nation’s most extensive FreeStep SAS track systems.


Biodex Gait Trainer Used as Part of Music Therapy Program for Movement Disorders
The Center for Music Therapy in Austin, TX includes the Gait Trainer as part of its music therapy program for movement disorders.  The center uses music as part of the rehabilitation process to improve movement of patients with diseases such as traumatic brain injury, Huntington’s Disease and Parkinson’s disease.  Patients use the Gait Trainer while listening to music to help them improve mobility.


Biodex Medical Devices used at Body in Balance Physical Therapy and Fitness Center — Linwood, NJ
Gait compromised patients use Biodex Gait Trainer and Unweighing System to maintainquality of life and independence.


Post-Op Rehabilitation with Gait Trainer 3
Lighthouse at Waconia strengthens lower extremity patients by walking “uphill, downhill and sideways” on the Biodex Gait Trainer 3.


Rehabilitation for the Stroke Patient
Lighthouse at Waconia meets the needs of weight shift training in stroke patients with the Biodex Balance System SD and Gait Trainer 3. Biofeedback gives patients a quantifiable understanding of their transfer of weight and gives them confidence over ground to take larger steps.