Enhancing mobility for individuals experiencing impairments with our therapeutic walker
An integrated, patented weight-compensation mechanism enables easy and autonomous transition from sitting to standing and vice versa.
🔵 When someone is sitting, the compensation mechanism works by applying a counter force that helps them to stand up more easily.
🔵 The design of the equipment creates space for walking and enables seamless transition from sitting to standing, supporting the user's stability in the process.
The caster wheels can be individually adjusted
The FROG provides the therapist with maximum control to balance stability in gait with manoeuvrability. Constraints can be released progressively as the training progresses.
Caster wheels are independently adjustable in three steps for each swivelling direction and separately for each of the casters;
Paediatric walker with seat
The weight compensation mechanism is adjustable to suit the body weight of the child in to provide just the right lift. Folding of the seat is always easy: the force required for folding is independent from the lift force selected. The folding seat can be deployed by the child without assistance.
The walker can grow with the child, from baby to adolescent
Frog can be adjusted to suit a large variety of body sizes and postures.
Height and width of the frame can be increased in three steps. Seat and armrest height as well as width can be adjusted in incremental steps via quick locks. Handles can be pivoted to suit different postures.
Anti-reverse bearings are used at the rear wheels preventing involuntary backward movement with the danger of falls. This mechanism ensures confident movement and safety without being compromised in wet conditions as is the case for the conventional break mechanisms found on walkers.
Can be easily folded to a flat format
Frog can be easily folded to a flat format in order to fit into the trunks of compact cars and reduced storage space.