Dynamic Standing Systems
Dynamic Standing is an important part of rehabilitation at Level Eleven and can benefit many body systems. Dynamic Standing systems, in particular, allow a patient to weight shift, flex and extend muscles, and move as much as possible in all planes. As part of neurological therapy, dynamic standing is used for strengthening, to improve range of motion, and for reciprocal weighting and un-weighting of the long bones to facilitate strength. A dynamic stander can also benefit joint health, as well as improve trunk/head control and reaching skills. Moving and shifting weight while standing allows patients to maintain and improve cardiopulmonary function, digestion, and respiration.