Elgin, an early manufacturing pioneer in the field of physical therapy, has built a reputation for crafting high quality rehab and therapy products. In 1946, when Dr. Thomas L. DeLorme, M.D. was developing the Technic and Medical Applications for Progressive Resistance Exercise (P.R.E.), Elgin Exercise Appliance Co. was responding to his needs by developing the equipment he required and making that equipment available to the new profession. Elgin, thus, became the originator of P.R.E. equipment designed specifically for the medical market.
ARCHXERCISER #005-FED1 Archxerciser solves the problem of many foot pain issues once and for all. Masking your foot's pain with foot supports or heel cushions is not the answer. In many cases you need to strengthen your foot's arch. Read More
ELGIN RECUMBENT CYCLE Elgin, pioneer manufacturer of commercial-grade exercise equipment for cardiac rehab and physical therapy has created the most ergonomically-correct commercial-grade recumbent bike Read More
Elgin Shoulder Pulley The Elgin R1 overdoor shoulder ROM pulley exerciser features a self-lubricated ultra quiet plastic pulley, smooth-gliding action, durable & soft polyester-braided rope, webbing door strap with special safety buckle for an extra-secure fit. Read More
LEG & ANKLE EXERCISER The choice of professional sports teams, military, schools, physical therapy clinics and anyone who has injured and/ or weakened ankles. The Elgin Leg/Ankle Exerciser is the industry standard for lower leg & ankle progressive resistance exercise. Read More
Hospitals have been collecting patient satisfaction data for decades. Whether the information was used internally to measure performance, or published publicly for brand promotion within the community, these scores have always held value in healthcare. In this eBrief we'll look at five ways technology can help you positively influence your patient satisfaction scores.
Communications in healthcare have become a web of information that is difficult to navigate and manage. Learn nine tips to cope with this chaos and establish the order your patients and staff so desperately need.
The landscape of mobility strategies and moblie device usage in hospitals is maturing-but there is still a long way to go. Mobility is the future of healthcare communications, though the particulars of that future remain in flux.