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Skillbuilders Stair Steps - Physical Therapy Stairs

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$195.39 - $228.46
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Buy Skillbuilders Stair Steps on SALE! Physical Therapy Stairs are used in rehabilitation treatment to develop climbing skills and other gross motor functions.
  • Develop climbing skills and other gross motor functions
  • Available in two styles, 2 and 3 steps

Skillbuilders Stair Steps


Use the Skillbuilders Stair Steps to develop climbing skills and other gross motor functions. Physical Therapy Steps are used to assist therapists in the rehabilitation of patients. The Step Stairs are used in therapy and rehabilitation treatment by developing climbing skills and other gross motor functions. The Step Stairs are crafted from high quality foam material with a durable, flexible vinyl outer coating to ensure long life with consistent use, as well as help prevent injury associated with falls.

The Step Stairs are the perfect patient development and treatment tools for strength building and balance and are ideal for hospitals, physical therapy or rehabilitation clinics, as well as personal use. Available with two or three steps, the Skillbuilders Stairs are proudly made in the USA.

The stair steps are custom made to order and are not returnable

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Brand Name Skillbuilders
Manufacturer Number 31-2300, 31-2301
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