pushonA treadmill featuring a low-profile deck and removable ramp to accommodate a wide range of users, including those in wheelchairs or with mobility impairments, is available through Max Mobility, Antioch, Tenn.

The company notes that its PushOn treadmill offers users a controlled environment and universal design for running, walking, and pushing.

The product’s belt surface is nearly twice the size of a conventional treadmill, measuring 3 feet wide by 6 feet long, to allow ample room for wheelchair users, runners, and walkers.

Wheelchair users can use the product’s removable ramp to push onto the belt surface and strap into the safety system, to allow for free movement over the belt, Max Mobility says.

The PushOn’s display is also designed to offer cadence feedback to enable the users to get the most out of each push.

For more information, visit www.max-mobility.com.

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[Source: Max Mobility]