FitFoot and FitFlight

IMPROVED MOBILITY AND ACTIVE LIFESTYLE

Exercise for Your Second Heart

The Calf Muscles

TS Medical’s solutions guide effective, controlled ankle flexion and extension exercises while stimulating the sole of the foot. Flexion and extension exercises can boost circulation to keep nerves and vessels healthy and functioning properly. Targeted stimulation of the sole of the foot can lead to improved sensation and stability over time. 

FitFoot and FitFlight are the only “active” product on the market that provides both flexion and extension resistance.

FitFoot-packaged

FitFootTM

Promote Circulation While You Sit

FitFoot is a simple, portable exercise device for the lower leg. FitFoot guides users through exercises that can improve flexibility in the foot and ankle while activating the foot and calf pump.

Use daily while sitting for activation of muscles in feet and lower leg to boost circulation and improve range of motion, balance, muscle tone & strength.

Designed for use at home, office, and even the clinic, its durable and rugged design is the perfect solution for frequent daily use. Exercise with FitFoot can support management of conditions such as diabetes, vascular disease, or joint injuries, and related complications such as muscular dysfunction, limited ankle range of motion (ROM), and diminished circulation.

  • Easy to use
  • Great for low mobility users
  • Varying levels of resistance (optional)
  • Medical grade construction

FitFlightTM

Promote Circulation While Traveling

Travel in comfort with FitFlight our lightweight, compact solution specifically designed for travelers. FitFlight provides all the benefits of FitFoot, helping to maintain and promote blood flow when seated for extended periods in transit.

Take FitFlight anywhere! Instant setup featuring our QuickLatch lets you start exercising in a snap. FitFlight easily slips in your travel bag and can be used in small spaces under the seat on a plane, train, and car’s passenger seat. It feels great after long periods of walking and standing too!

  • Easy to use
  • Compact and easy to clean
  • A must-have for long range travelers
  • Travel bag included

Designed with the Traveler in Mind

FitFlight

Simple it is to Setup and Use

Benefits

Circulation

FitFoot assists in performing exercises that have been shown to maintain and improve circulation in the lower extremities

Mobility

FitFoot assists in performing exercises that have been shown to assist in stable mobility

Balance

Exercising with FitFoot promotes improved balance and stability

Strength

FitFoot can be used to perform strengthening exercises for the foot, ankle and lower leg

FitFoot is available for purchase through our global distributors

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FitFlight is available for purchase directly from TS Medical

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