Rehabilitation Therapy Solutions


Physical therapy can help you recover from an injury and avoid future injury by improving flexibility and function, and building muscle strength. Physical therapy also is useful after joint surgery, especially for artificial joint replacement. The goal of the physical therapist is often to restore a person back to the point where he or she can perform everyday activities without difficulty.

To help you recover from injury your physical therapist will recommend exercises that increase the range of motion of an injured joint and build strength in the muscles around the joint. The physical therapist will also analyze how you perform an activity and suggest how to do the activity in a way that is less likely to incur injury.

Ultimately, the therapist will design an exercise plan tailored to your specific rehabilitation needs and, if necessary, show you how to use equipment that will assist with your recovery and mobility, such as walkers, canes, and exercise equipment.

Please find below a list of medical protocols that will assist physical therapists and other healthcare providers in using the Resistance Chair system for rehabilitation of specific injuries. Please consult with your healthcare professional to see if this product and exercise routines are right for you.

Protocols Available Now

Protocols Coming Soon

  • Cervical Sprain / Strain
  • Scoliosis
  • Acromioclavicular Sprain
  • Chair Flexibility Program
  • Tennis Training
  • Cervical Post-Op Fusion
  • Hip Arthritis / Non-Surgical
  • Postural / Muscle Imbalances

Healthcare professionals: Use the new ActionCareRx online database system to create custom protocols for your patients. Find out more...

"I have been using the Resistance Chair Exercise System for 3+ years on a daily basis with my pulmonary rehabilitation patients and I couldn't be more pleased and satisfied with it. The Resistance Chair allows me to offer my patients a varied workout specific to their needs and abilities. With the addition of the Freedom Flex and cycle attachments, an even more varied exercise regime can be attained. The quality of the chair is excellent; it stands up to the rigors of everyday use. I highly recommend the Resistance Chair Exercise System for personal as well as professional use."

David J. Junga, Registered Respiratory Therapist
Program Director, Pulmonary Rehabilitation Associates, LLC

Disclaimer: The information provided on this web site is for informational purposes and is not intended to replace the advice, diagnosis, or treatment recommendations of a doctor. VQ ActionCare, LLC disclaims any liability for the decisions you make based on this information. Before beginning any exercise program, consult with your healthcare professional to design an appropriate exercise prescription and to avoid the potential harm of doing any inappropriate exercises for a particular problem. Please read the entire disclaimer before commencing with your exercise program.