The Callis Trac 60E running belt is suitable for physically very disabled and non-ambulatory patients.
Usage in the rehabilitation sector for locomotion therapy, recovery and reconnecting of neuronic and muscular structures as well as for building up muscular strength, endurance and physical fitness.
The Callis treadmills are based on a unique slat-belt running surface, the s²ap®. Slat belts’ advantage over traditional conveyor-type treadmill belts lies in their ability to absorb the impact when the foot hits the belt, providing a much more comfortable and natural gait training.
Callis slat-belts sit on 114 ball bearings that enable a fully frictionless movement of the running surface. Eliminating friction between the running surface and the frame ensures durability and reduced service time. Not to mention the significantly smaller energy consumption.
Slat belts provide a number of advantages over traditional conveyor-type of treadmill belts:
The Callis Trac 60E has been specifically designed to allow patients’ early gait rehabilitation. The two-point dynamic suspension allows a natural pelvic rotation associated with gait while helping to control excessive body rotation.The dynamic suspension system accommodates vertical displacement and associated ground reaction forces allowing natural gait patterns to be practiced, and the overhead support structure is angled to provide unobstructed patient access.
All Callis treadmills come with a modern touch terminal that is easy to use for both the therapist and the patient. Beside the standard speed, inclination, distance, time and pulse information, the terminal also has an emergency stop button.
Additionally, a fixed or removable handrail control-pad gives the therapist an easy access to control the training without disturbing the patient.