The NeuroRehab Movement provides advanced education and training programs for Pilates instructors, fitness professionals, physical therapists, and people living with MS, stroke, and other neurological conditions.
Looking for special equipment or props used in our online studio? Click the links below to find out more information and purchase some of our favorite products.
Perfect exercise band set for home use, with three light-to-medium weight resistance levels that are great for rehabilitating muscles and improving range of motion.
Professional quality foam roller with a softer, comfortable compression. We recommend a softer roller since firm rollers can exacerbate spasticity and the pain response.
Auxiliary Gloves - For those who can not make a fist or grasp tight while doing rehabilitation training or physical therapy.
Massage, lengthen, and stretch the muscles and fascia in the foot, toes, and arches to prevent and deliver relief from sore or tired feet, heel pain, and plantar fasciitis.
This overdoor pulley is perfect for strengthening and properly rehabilitating arm and shoulder muscles, making it an optimal rehabilitation tool. Plus, pulling on one side helps the other side to work.
The Wahl Professional Massager is quiet and lightweight. We use these to help reduce pain and spasticity, as well as to "turn on" nerves that don't want to fire.
Vmagic is a multi-purpose all-natural vulva and intimate skin cream that moisturizes, soothes, protects and calms sensitive and tender skin.
Self-inflating lumbar roll for back support. Twist valve to inflate to the desired level in a matter of seconds. Small, portable size for travel. Ideal for sports stadiums, bleachers, car, plane, etc.
IMPROVING BALANCE AND STABILIZATION. Balance impairment is a common symptom in patients living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Parkinson's, post-stroke and peripheral neuropathy. From increased fall risk to reduced independence, compromised dynamic stability can place a heavy emotional burden on these patients. One of the most effective ways to improve dynamic stability in these patients is to focus on optimizing sensory stimulation. Touch, whether it be the hands or feet, creates an access point between the environment and the brain to better control movement coordination.