ECO Wood Swedish Ladder Stall Bar for Schroth Method Therapy | Scoliosis Equipment
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Swedish stall bars are an essential tool for non-surgical treatment of scoliosis. Commissioned by one of the fields leading researcher and Schroth educator, Sanja Schreiber, PhD (http://www.curvyspine.com/), these bars are designed to meet the specifications for Schroth Physiotherapy.
Oval Hardwood rungs 1.25 x 1.63” profile, 6.875” center-to-center spacing (12 total) with 5.25" clearance between rungs, plus 1 offset hang bar at the top. 4" clearance from wall-to-rungs to allow arms to fit between the rungs and wall.
90" Tall x 34" Wide x 9.25" Deep (top of header).
Optional Pull-Up Bar Attachment provides pull-up bar offset 5" from hang br.
All wood preserved with natural, food grade mineral oil. No toxic chemicals or lacquer applied so wood maintains it's natural wood feel and doesn't get slippery when moist.
65" of clear space between wall plates to allow for a mirror to be mounted.
Locally crafted in Denver, Colorado using high quality materials.
CNC Machined: All parts are made to tight tolerances assuring a reliable fit and easy assembly with just a Philips screw driver (about 15 minutes to assemble. Cordless drill or impact is recommended).
Dimensions: 90” tall X 34 width X 9.25 depth.
All assembly hardware included. Wall installation hardware not included.
350 pound static load limit.
3 year warranty.
Stall bars are a versatile and beneficial tool for calisthenics and body weight training which translates to scoliosis physiotherapy. Schroth Method Therapy, developed in Europe over 100 years ago, allows therapists to provide a hands-on approach to scoliosis treatment and teach their clients exercises and stretches. Schroth Therapy Bars are easily installed on most walls which allows the client to have a set at their home or office.
Visit our FAQs to learn about mounting stall bars to your wall.