Active Rehab for MSI & Sports Injuries

More than 280 studies on PubMed & 9 studies on the ACTIVATOR℗ Poles clearly identify poling, with proper training, as a healthy mode of physical activity with proven benefits.

Benefits may include:

  • Normalized gait pattern
  • Improved posture
  • Decreased pain
  • Increased core strength
  • Increased walking tolerance
  • Increased range of motion
  • Reduced pressure on the knee joint

Poling may help with;

  • Hip & knee osteoarthritis
  • Ankle injuries
  • Spinal injuries
  • Shoulder injuries (for example, rotator cuff) 
  • Knee injuries (for example ACL)
  • Cross training & injury prevention
  • Concussions

I have had 7 major spine surgeries for congenital spinal stenosis and two major fracture dislocations of L3 and L2. Now fused from T9 to S2 and using a body brace. In my right leg, there is no sensation, no proprioception and loss of quad and hip flexion power. I was able to walk using Activator poles for 3 hours per day at 14 months post op. With a body brace leaning over a walker or to one side with a cane doesn't make sense. The upright posture and off loading with poles is also better for hip and knee OA and ankle injuries.

– Dr. Jack Taunton, Chief Medical Officer, 2010 Olympics

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