ABOUT

Profhand Pedal Wheelchair
Who can use it?
  • Stroke Patients

  • Parkinson's Disease

  • Spinal Injuries

  • Single leg disability

  • In-Born Diseases

  • Cerebral Palsy

  • Osteoarthritis (Knee Deformity)

  • Balance & Mobility Issues   (FALL PREVENTION)

  • Joint Pain (knee, hip, ankle, foot, etc)

  • Diabetes

  • Veterans

  • Amputees

  • Currently using Scooters, Walkers, Canes, or Manual Chairs

Profhand™, a profound cycle chair, is specially designed for individuals experiencing walking disabilities and paralysis on one side of the body which may result from stroke, spinal injuries, cerebral palsy, hip joint or lower back pain due to degenerative diseases, osteoarthritis – knee deformity, Parkinson’s disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, obstructive atherosclerosis, diabetes and so on.

 

Extensive research

Combining the state of the art technology, the cycle chair is developed by Professor Yasunobu Handa and his research team from Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan. They had undergone numerous researches and testing throughout the product development process which yields encouraging results. The cycle chair is proven to be a highly effective and reliable partner for user mobility and rehabilitation since its launch in 2009.

 

Magical Moments

Together with physicians, therapists, caregivers and families in the hospitals, rehab centers and even at homes, many patients with walking disabilities witness the magical moments on their first trials. Thanks to the meticulous design of Profhand™ cycle chair, they are able to move around by pedaling on their own feet. In this way, the rehabilitation progress yields unknowingly since significant leg muscles, eyes and brain training has been taken place while the users enjoying their rides. Profhand also helps maintain users’ vitality through working out the lightweight exercises safely and comfortably. Most important of all, the sensational and psychological benefits fostered between users and families are beyond words.