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First day of summer!

Posted by Keith on 6/20/2017 to News

Burn More Calories By Moving All Day Long

Posted by Keith on 5/17/2017 to News
Burn More Calories By Moving All Day Long
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Brew testing out the all new Surf 33

Posted by Keith on 4/27/2017 to Training Videos

Balance Boards, Inc. Provides Amazing Therapy Tools - Hey that's us!!

Posted by Keith on 4/24/2017 to News
Balance Boards, Inc. Provides Amazing Therapy Tools - Hey that's us!!

Michelle Bonang, OT, RCYT, SIPT Certified of Pediatric Play Occupational Therapy just did a great write up of both Snurfer and Vew-Do -

As a pediatric occupational therapist, balance is at the forefront of each and every therapy session. An evaluation is not performed without assessing balance. When an individual is unable to achieve a state of balance through various sensorimotor channels developmental milestones are not achieved and progress is challenged. Balance is a complex system that relies on input from the eyes, proprioceptive system (muscles and joints) and vestibular system. This input is sorted out and integrated at the neurological level allowing for adequate motor output resulting in balance.

Balance as an Afterthought

Posted by Dave on 3/17/2017 to News
Balance as an Afterthought

Vew-Do was recently asked to participate in a very cool after-school program at a local youth center in Burlington, Vermont and it really didn’t have anything to do with helping the kids improve their balance.

Kinesthesia is the sense of motion and movement in the brain from the various receptors in the body located in muscles, tendons and joints. Riding a Vew-Do Balance Board is a very kinesthetic movement. There is also a concept called Kinesthetic Learning where students engage in an activity to aid in the learning process. Many people respond very positively to this learning method versus just listening or watching.

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