Fall Prevention

Improving Safety, Removing Fear, Expanding Rehabilitation Techniques

Is the Fear of Injuring Yourself or Your Patients Limiting Your Therapeutic Regimen?

Is the Fear of Injuring Yourself or Your Patients Limiting Your Therapeutic Regimen?

The Vector System offers a safe environment for patients and clinicians to rehabilitate and practice walking with confidence. By setting fall limits and allowing patients to experience how it feels to be caught by the Vector, they gain confidence to attempt more challenging activities. Without having to worry about patient safety, clinicians can focus on creating a challenging and individually customized training program.

What are you currently NOT doing for your patients due to the risk of falls?

According to research by
McCain KJ, et al.

The Vector can help accelerate recovery rates and improve patient outcomes.5

Falling is the #1 risk of injury during treatment and can impede the rehabilitation process by causing loss of confidence, anxiety, activity restriction and injury.

“One of the key points of motor learning is for the patient to learn from their own mistakes.”
Corina, DPT

Body Weight Support (BWS)

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Learn about how Vector’s intuitive body weight support is a clear improvement over traditional static body weight support.

Contact us to schedule a demo with Vector or if you have questions about other Bioness products.

Indication for Use: The Vector Elite system is a body weight support system designed to accelerate physical rehabilitation of patients with severe gait and/or balance impairment. The system unloads a programmed amount of weight to enable the patient to practice walking with less than his or her full body weight.

Do not use the Vector Elite system in patients weighing more than 500 lbs or who have unstable fractures, halo neck supports, uncontrolled high blood pressure or diabetes, or severe osteoporosis.

Full prescribing information can be found in product labeling or at www.bionessrehab.com/vector/safety-information/.

Instructions for Use / Patient Guides and Reference Cards can be made available upon request.
Contact [email protected] 
or 800-211-9136 to request an electronic copy.