Biotronix Un Weight Mobility Trainer /Partial Body Weight Support System/Suspended Gait Trainer Single Function Motorized ( Standing Position to Lifting ) Basic Model ( Without Treadmill )Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Equipment

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Biotronix Un Weight Mobility Trainer /Partial Body Weight Support System/Suspended Gait Trainer Single Function Motorized ( Standing Position to Lifting ) Basic Model ( Without Treadmill  )Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Equipment 


* Can lift patient weight upto 200 kg with remote control and noiseless imported motor.
* It reduces supporting weight of lower limb and waist as per need of patients through motor control and guarantee walking and training safety.
* Lockable Castors Wheels Indian made that allows easy mobility of the system during gait training.
* Chrome Plated handrails that allows patient assistance during gait training.
* Handrails Adjustable as per patient Comfort Level .
* Harness comfortably supports patients with fear or risk of falling.
* 360 degree free rotation of patient can be done for treatment.

Product Specification

Brand Biotronix 
Usage/Application Gait Training
Material Mild Steel 
Type Exercise Equipment
MAXIMUM Weight  200 kg 
FREE ROTATION   360 Degree 
HANDRAIL Chrome Plated MS Steel 
Minimum Order Quantity 1

Product Description

The Biotronix Un-Weighing Mobility Trainer enables partial weight -bearing therapy to be conducted with the assurance of patient Comfort and Safety, and with convenient access to the patient for manual observation and assistance.
The electrical un-weighing trainer is designed to apply vertical support to remove the stress of bearing body weight; unit digitally controls weight bearing, and promotes proper posture and balance over a treadmill or the ground.
The system allows patient to stand upright and use both arms freely. Harnesses give security to patients with limited trunk strength. The adjust-table suspension bar adjusts to accommodate tall Children & Adults.

* Un-weighing: Can be set 0% to 100% of the body weight
* Un-weighing System: Electrical, the unit comes with mains operated built in lift system.
* Suspension: Single point, with 360 degree rotational bar to help patient turn easily.
*Weight Capacity: 0-200 kg un-weighing range.
* Un-Weighing Harness: Standard size.
* Handrails: MS Chrome Plated For patient's support, Adjustable & Removable.
* Power Supply: Unit Operates on 220V AC

Biotronix Physio Un-weighing training device that simultaneously controls weight bearing, posture, and balance over floor & Treadmill. 
Provides proper posture, reduces weight bearing, eliminates concerns for balance, and facilitates the training of coordinated lower extremity movement.
Creates an ideal environment for treating patients with a wide range of impairments and functional levels.
Unique harness design not only permits unilateral or bilateral support allowing progression of the weight bearing load from non to full weight bearing, but also allows the clinician to manually assist the legs and pelvis to achieve proper gait patterns.
We at have provided a mobile design for easy gait therapy. 
As the original partial weight bearing therapy device, has forever altered gait therapy techniques,as well as expectations of outcome.


  • Neuro-rehab
  • Orthopedics
  • Paediatrics
  • Stroke
  • Spinal Cord
  • Head Injury
  • Amputees
  • Neurologic
  • Vestibular
  • Geriatrics Patients



  • Un-weigh - Electrical cum Battery power un-weigh system
  • Load Cell Suspension - Single point with 360° rotational bar to help patients turn easily for forward & backward walking 
  • Handle for easy mobility
  • Handrails - adjustable, removable patient handrails accommodates for easy support / treadmil access Easy to remove for specific balance training exercise
  • Hand Remote Controlled Patient Lifting 


  • Supporting option of  Mild Steel body frame is designed in such a way that it allows therapist easy access to Patient to assist the patient in quality rehab training.
  • This Device controls weight bearing posture and balance of patient over treadmill or over ground automatically.

Package Contents:

  • 1 pc Biotronix Un Weight Mobility Trainer /Partial Body Weight Support System/Suspended Gait Trainer Single Function Motorized ( Standing Position to Lifting ) Basic Model ( Without Treadmill  )Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Equipment  
  • 1 Hand Remote Control 
  • 1 Complementary Physio Chart Set ( 6 wall pasted physio charts ) 


Warranty Details : 3 Year Motor Warranty against manufacturing Defect.










Gait Training

What Is Gait Training?

Gait is term used to describe the unique ways that each individual walks. Therefore gait re-training is the development and implementation of strategies designed to help improve walking style, efficiency and ability. Your physiotherapist will adapt their techniques to meet your child’s needs to treat the presenting symptoms and the disease process. The aim of gait training is to help your child develop and maintain the most effective walking style possible.

Who Benefits From Gait Training?

Many children have problems walking. This can be due to difficulties encountered since birth or through conditions or injuries acquired later on in childhood. Many children have already benefited from our services. We are able to treat minor gait disturbances following surgery all the way to serious neurological disorders causing major mobility problems. Some of the common conditions we treat with gait re-education are listed below please click on the links for more information.






What Does Gait Training Involve?

Your physiotherapist will start by completing a thorough assessment of your child’s current conditions and ability. Once this has been completed a training programme will be devised specific to your child’s individual needs. Some of the techniques which will be utilised are listed below please click on the links for more information.

What are the advantages of gait training?

Gait training can give your child a new sense of ability and achievement and allow them to live a more independent life style.

  • Increase independence
  • Enable more participation at school
  • Increase confidence
  • Reduce fatigue
  • Sense of achievement
  • Reduce care needs
  • Increase ability to exercise
  • More efficient walking patterns
  • Decrease reliance on walking aids
  • Holistic services meeting all your child’s needs




What Is Gait Training in Physical Therapy?

Gait training is necessary to perform when someone is walking improperly.

Gait training involves practicing sets of exercises that strengthen your muscles and increase your range of motion.

Ultimately, the purpose of gait training is to improve the way you walk.



There are several reasons why you may need gait training physical therapy. Your doctor might suggest this kind of treatment if you’ve recently suffered an injury or undergone surgery.

Gait training may be necessary if you:

  • Experience pain while walking
  • Suffered an injury to a lower extremity
  • Have a deformity injury
  • Recently had surgery on a foot or leg
  • Experience limitations to your daily activities

If you aren’t sure if gait training physical therapy is right for you, consult your doctor or primary care physician.



Since gait issues have to do with the mechanics of walking, they can normally be fixed with the right treatment program and a knowledgeable physical therapist.

Gait issues can heavily impact your daily activities and overall quality of life.

A knowledgeable physical therapist will be able to observe and identify problems related to your gait.

From there, your physical therapist will assess your individual needs and develop a treatment plan designed to yield real results. Are you looking to correct your gait? Our physical therapists at In Motion O.C. can help!

Unsure if physical therapy could work for you? We made this guide to help you learn about how physical therapy could benefit you and help you regain some freedom!


How Does a Physical Therapist Identify Issues With Gait and Decide How to Best Address Them?

Some gait issues can be obvious to spot. If you walked in with a limp because you’re recovering from foot surgery, for example, designing a treatment plan would be a breeze.

However, some gait issues require the keen observational skills of a knowledgeable physical therapist.

Common gait-related issues a physical therapist might look for:

  • Knee not bending correctly
  • Hip muscles aren’t being properly utilized
  • Poor ankle motion range
  • Post-injury or post-surgery symptoms

Multiple aspects of your gait will need to be assessed to determine where the limitation is and what might be causing it. Finding a therapist able to spot subtle abnormalities in your gait is paramount to resolving gait-related pain.


The treatment you receive depends on the specific gait abnormalities you exhibit.

Some common kinds of gait abnormalities include:

  • Antalgic gait (pain-related)
  • Spastic gait
  • High-steppage gait pattern
  • Trendelenburg gait

Though injuries and surgeries are common causes of these gaits, abnormalities in your gait can develop for other reasons.

Ultimately, gait issues may stem from weakness or tightness in the legs that prevent a normal walking pattern.

Fortunately, there are proven techniques physical therapists can use to alleviate these issues and correct your gait.

Range of Motion Exercises

After sustaining an injury to a lower extremity, you will likely need to work on regaining the range of motion in your joints. Often the swelling and muscle tightness that naturally occurs after a surgery inhibits your range of motion.

Range of motion exercises are common treatments for the hip, trunk, and knees but can be performed on other areas as well.

Typical range of motion exercises can include:

  • Calf stretching
  • Hip and trunk rotations
  • Heel slides 
  • Ankle pumps

Depending on your current condition and specific gait issues, your range of motion could be significantly improved in as little as six sessions over three weeks.

Be sure to check in with your physical therapist or doctor before beginning any exercise programs. For lasting results, it is essential that exercises are done safely and executed properly

physical therapy gait training equipment

Strengthening Exercises

It is common for gait issues to stem from weaknesses in various muscles and joints.

To strengthen those areas, physical therapists will include strengthening exercise in a gait training physical therapy treatment plan.

Strength-training exercise programs are clinically proven to improve one’s gait.

Exercises designed to strengthen lower extremities include:

  • Leg raises
  • Squats and quad sets
  • Resistance training
  • Step-ups

These exercises are effective if done correctly. You don’t want to overdo it and cause further injury or pain. A licensed physical therapist should guide you through these exercises.

Reach out to an In Motion O.C. therapist today. We’re here to help!



Walking and Stepping Exercises

Gait issues have everything to do with walking mechanics. One way to improve these walking mechanics is to practice the motions of walking in an exaggerated or accentuated way.

For example, patients working to improve their gait will often perform:

  • Obstacle gait training
  • Side-Step gait training
  • Target stepping exercises
  • Retro walking

Each of these types of walking exercises helps ‘reset’ the way you walk to improve your gait.

what is gait training therapy

3 Benefits of Gait Training Physical Therapy Treatments

You may be wondering, is physical therapy worth it?

Since walking is such a large part of your life, correcting your gait can make a significant positive impact. While there are several benefits to investing in gait training physical therapy, we want to highlight a few below.


When there are issues with your gait, the rest of your body compensates for the abnormality. When this happens, pockets of pain sometimes begin to appear in other areas of the body.

As the gait begins to normalize, these pain points will be alleviated or will disappear altogether.



We mentioned previously that the body will compensate for abnormalities in your gait. As a result, your body is more at risk for compensatory injuries.

Treating your gait reduces the risk of other injuries and provides relief for ones that may have already occurred.




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