Dycem - Other Physical Therapy
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Recent Customer Reviews in Other Physical Therapy

  • Wooden Incline Board

    Mar 21, 2014

    1wookiee  from Louisiana, Rating:5.0

    This product is the best incline board I have used. I keep it at the highest incline and especially like the no slip pads. It is made to be versatile but without losing strength. If you need a product that can allow you to work at different incline ranges yet hold 350lbs or more. This is the product for you.

    • Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
  • Cumbersome contraption !

    Oct 20, 2013

    hiltop63  from FL, Rating:2.0

    The antiquity look of this contraption is what I expected but the actual benefit is nil to nothing. When you're experiencing pain, filling the bag with WARM water (why warm?) it doesn't match up to your neck for soothing, is CUBERSOME to say the least; figuring the length of cording for suspension is complex. Gave up on the attempt to try to sit in front of the door vs. standing. Standing, yields NO benefit, nor finding the chin (front strap), for proper application. There is only 1 drawing to figure this out. No additional side views, close-up or details for the device indicate how to apply with ease. Thank goodness it wasn't expensive. It's not user friendly & could be harmful to some if application of straps or amount of water (weight) used is placed incorrectly. Use this product with caution!

    • Would you recommend this to a friend? No
  • gets the job done

    Oct 7, 2013

    marknm  from TN, Rating:4.0

    I purchased this board so that I could perform a specific rehabilitation exercise at home on days I couldn't get to the gym or was still in recovery phase. It supports my weight while doing the exercise without much of a problem, though not as well as the wooden incline boards. You might slip a bit on the surface if you don't wear shoes while using it. Others appear to be interested in incline boards so that they can perform calf stretches for other injuries. I have used the board for stretches but I wouldn't think you need an incline board for that. However, the variable elevations on this item make it a better value than the wooden incline boards. One additional benefit; it folds up nicely to store away when you are finished with it, and you can take it with you to workout if necessary.

    • Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
  • Jun 3, 2013

    dillonc  from College Station, TX, Rating:4.0

    This is for my grandson who has a disability. He cannot hold his head up and he is 2 years old. He is feed through a tube. This will be a good chair for him for a while. It fit him perfectly.

    • Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
  • Choking Hazard!!!!!

    Dec 26, 2012

    goosepie  from Thornhill, Ontario, Rating:1.0

    This product is unsafe for use alone, as there is a massive choking risk... especially because it fastens to a door, if the user is inside a room with the closed door to their back, it is very dangerous.There is also the issue of it being cumbersome and uneasy. I do not recommend this product for any reason.

    • Would you recommend this to a friend? No

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