EXERCISE APPARATUS ON PEDESTAL FOR PATIENTS
A heavy base supports a vertically and rotatably adjustable pedestal having
an integral upper right angle extension. This extension supports an arm at
its free end which carries exercising implements comprising a bicycle-type
pedaling device positionable above or below the arm and spring loaded hand
grips movable pivotally on eccentric cams. The implement supporting arm
extends at right angles from the pedestal extension and is rotatably
adjustable around the axis of such extension. The implement supporting arm
has length adjustment to suit various requirements for positioning the
hand grips relative to a patient. The base has wheeled support to provide
portability of the device and is capable of being anchored to the floor
for set positioning.
Craig; Lloyd L. (The Dalles, OR) |
February 12, 1973|
Stouffer; R. T.