Things We Like

Things We Like

Patients always ask which night splint or wrist brace or balance board to buy. Here are some of our recommendations.

  • Tools for Stretching

    Sometimes you need a little help to get the most out of stretch. Check out these straps, slantboards and other assistive tools to help you lengthen your muscles and improve mobility.

  • Dumbbells, Kettlebells, Resistive Bands and Tubing — all you need to build a stronger body and rehabilitate injuries.

  • Foam rollers, balls, massage sticks, and other items to help loosen up tight and restricted soft tissue.

  • Everything you need to tape up and/or support injuries: athletic tape, Kinesio/KT/Rock tape, braces, McConnell taping Supplies.

  • You need a good surface to workout on at home. Too hard and you will be uncomfortable, too soft and you might be unstable. Check out these exercise mats to improve your comfort and protect those polished wood floors from equipment or weights.

  • Bad news, balance decreases with age. Good news, balance can be improved with practice. Check out these tools to work on your balance. They vary from beginner to expert, so please be sure to choose the right one for you or ask your PT for guidance.

  • Some things don’t fit in any other category...so here they are.

Recommendations brought to you by CityPT. If you decide to purchase some of the items listed below, we would appreciate it if you use our link as we get a referral credit.
Disclaimer: All content on this page is for informational purposes only. This is not an attempt to diagnose or treat injuries on the internet. We can take no responsibility for use or misuse of any of the items listed below. Everyone is different and even people with similar conditions respond differently to the same stimulus. Please discuss your specific condition with your PT/Physician.

 

Stretching

Tools for Strength

Roll/Massage

Mats

Tape & Support

Balance/Stability

Miscellaneous

Recommendations brought to you by CityPT. If you decide to purchase some of the items listed on this page, we would appreciate it if you use our link as we get a referral credit.
Disclaimer: All content on this page is for informational purposes only. This is not an attempt to diagnose or treat injuries on the internet. We can take no responsibility for use or misuse of any of the items listed on this page. Everyone is different and even people with similar conditions respond differently to the same stimulus. Please discuss your specific condition with your PT/Physician.