Gazelle PS stands for Prone and Supine which means it can be used by children who need to be supported on their fronts or backs. Gazelle also offers up to 30 degrees of hip abduction in each leg.
The many adjustment possibilities and wide range of accessories mean that Gazelle can be used for children with different types of disabilities.
Clinical evidence shows that regular standing in abduction can halt and even reverse hip migration in children with cerebral palsy. Gazelle provides up to 30 degrees of abduction in each leg. Each leg can be adjusted separately.
The standing position is very important for both the physical and psychological well-being. When the child is placed in the prone position, the maximum stretch of both hip and knee is obtained.
Gazelle PS is available in three sizes and is suitable for children from 1 to 14 years of age. Not all children are alike - that is why it is important to use the measuring chart to find the correct size for the child.