triple shoulder arch

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This triple shoulder arch is an Excellent tool for improving fine and gross motor coordination, shoulder range of motion, strengthening when used with wrist weights, and hemi-neglect deficits. Gradable to three different levels, all three arches are firmly attached to a solid hard wood base, yet can be removed if mixing tabs is desired. Includes 30 wooden tabs. Non-slip rubber feet. Measures 42” long x 5-3/4” wide.

Physical Therapy Rehabilitation Equipment is dedicated to providing healthcare providers with an alternative to the high cost of rehabilitation equipment. To this end, REHABilitation WOODWORKS is absolutely committed to building the highest quality rehabilitation tools at the lowest possible price. Every rehabilitation product made at Physical therapy WOODWORKS is handcrafted from solid, hard wood, not plywood or molded plastics. Each product is assembled using only the strongest joinery techniques, such as dovetails and box joints. Every product was designed to be light weight yet strong and durable, portable, functional, and cost-effective.

Rehabilitation WOODWORKS for physical therapy carries a wide variety of therapeutic tools and equipment, which are shown throughout this web site. But if you reuire unique therapeutic and tools and medical epuipments to help them achieve their goals you may place your order for custom building of these exercise tools.

Therefore, we are proud to offer custom made rehabilitation equipment/tools. If you find what you need on this web page, great! If you don't see what you need, give me a call and I will build it for you!

My goal is to provide high Quality rehabilitation equipment to facilitate high Quality care and ultimately to allow our clients to achieve a high Quality of life. This is what I call the triple Q philosophy.

Thank you for your interest in purchasing these outstanding rehabilitation products and for your dedication and commitment to your client's good health.

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