Excy XCS Pro (optimized for hospitals and clinics). Save $100 During Our Winter Sale!
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The XCS Pro portable total body cycling system offers easier access to quality bed, chair, and floor pedaling exercises. Weighing 14.5 pounds, the XCS Pro folds for easy storage and transport and empowers physical therapists to hand carry a durable recumbent bike, upper body ergometer, and bed pedal exerciser directly to their patients in a single device. Key features were driven by feedback from customers like Stanford Health Care, University of the Pacific sports medicine department, and other physical therapy clinics and drive a new standard in accessible upper and lower body pedaling movements from a seated, standing, or lying down positions. The XCS Pro includes a wider
for measuring knee flexion and medical foot and hand pedals. Recommended for multiple diverse patient populations.
To help physical therapists better serve their patients with customized programs, Excy has collaborated with web-based
to serve up on-demand instructions for over 20 Excy exercises.
Meet the Excy XCS Pro
Explore the Recumbent Position
Explore the Upper Body Ergometer Position
Explore the Bed and Table Positions
Lightweight at 14.5 pounds
Active resistance from 1-25 pounds
Hand pedals and medical foot pedals
Wider Excy keeper for measuring knee flexion
Large resistance knob
6″ steel cranks
Thermal sensor to measure output
No assembly required
No weight limit (except standing position-220 pounds)
Easy to carry
Adjustable heights and length
Disinfects safely with CaviWipes, AHP wipes, etc.
Heavy-duty metal construction. Powder coated.
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