Using the HeartFlex handheld therapy device to build upper body muscles that work, improve flexibility, and maximize sports performance - and yes - it's great for speeding therapy after injury and surgery too. The only handheld passive resistance device that gives the benefits of swimming "without the water."
Prestigious North Coast Medical from California "discovered" HeartFlex at this year's American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) Trade Show in Houston, Texas. North Coast Medical's owner and president, Mr. Mark Biehl, is selling the HeartFlex on his website at https://www.ncmedical.com/heartflex.
"We are very pleased and gratified to be recognized by NCM," said John Corbin, president of HeartFlex, Inc. "Mark's company is renowned as being at the forefront of both Occupational and Physical therapy. We are encouraged that NCM will introduce the HeartFlex to hospitals and clinics around the globe. One of my goals has been to get the HeartFlex into the hands of everyday patients. Folks who are sedentary while in the hospital. Our device will revolutionize the medical industry by giving its clients a simple and fun way to maintain their upper body strength and stimulate their circulation to facilitate their speedy recovery while lying in their hospital bed. Heartflex is compact and lightweight and affords a great way to stay fit."
HeartFlex also targets specific muscular structures of the upper body and speeds recovery from injuries and post surgical trauma.