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Equipment for movement, strength and balance training

Exercise and ergometer cycles, assistive products for walking exercise, finger and hand exercise devices, weighted cuffs etc.

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CodeProduct group Skjul forklaringerQuantity
04 48 03Exercise and ergometer cycles
Stationary cycles for physical exercise. Included are, e.g. arm ergometer cycles and weight bearing treadmill systems.
44
04 48 07Assistive products for exercising gait pattern
Stationary equipment for providing support to a person learning to walk. Included are, e.g. parallel bars and weight support treadmill systems.
6
04 48 12Finger and hand exercise devices
Equipment for training movement or strengthening the fingers and the hands.
54
04 48 15Arm exercise devices, trunk exercise devices and leg exercise devices
Equipment for training movement and balance or for strengthening the limbs and the trunk. Included are, e.g. wall bars, trampolines, gymnasium mats, balance boards, equipment that supports aerobic and strength training.
132
04 48 18Weighted cuffs
Cuffs filled with weighted substances worn on the limbs during exercise.
9
04 48 24Biofeedback devices for movement, strength and balance training
Devices for providing an audible, a visible or a tactile signal in response to a specific physical or physiological action.
17
04 48 27Assistive products for body positioning during therapy
Equipment for supporting a person in the correct position to facilitate therapy and treatment.
35
04 48 81Assistive product for training the pelvic floor
Assistive products for training the pelvic floor muscles.
9
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