Designed by Physical Therapists 

Manufactured in the United States


Space requirement for wall mounted bilateral pulleys: 50"(W)x 6"(D)x 84.5"(T)

Single Wall Mounted Option

  • RehabPro offers single & double stack options.
  • Frames accommodate all weight stack options.
  • Both options are mobile (they tilt back and roll on 3" ball bearing wheels.
  • The frames are TIG welded and made of durable, powder coated, high strength steel.
  • Frames have 2"x 2" rubber feet preventing floor damage.
  • Frames have a welded counter balance plate in the rear that accommodates 25 lb. Olympic weight plates (plates recommended on weight stacks 70 lbs. or heavier). 

The RehabPro Bilateral Handle pulleys offer the option of bilateral work using one weight stack. It is an economic option for small clinics with limited wall / floor space. It is also a excellent pulley for clients that want to continue working out at home when rehab is completed. The physical weight stacks for these pulleys are typically heavier since the bilateral handle design reduces the resistance by 50% per weight increment (2:1 weight-to-resistance ratio). The B-Series pulleys are offered with:

  • 50 lb. and 100 lb. weight stacks.
  • A starting resistance as low as 1.25 lb.
  • 18"(W)x 6"(D)x 84.5"(T) space requirement.
  • Frames that are made of TIG welded, high quality powder coated steel
  • ​A 84.5" number engraved and plated rope adjustment bar adjusting rope angle and rope length at 2" intervals using spring loaded plungers.
  • 3/4", chromium plated, self adjusting guide rods for smooth tracking of the weight stack. 
  • High end ball-bearing, wide pulley wheels for smooth tracking of the rope. 
  • Best warranty in the industry.
  • Made in the USA.

Single Free-Standing Option

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Double Free-Standing Option

2:1 Weight-To-Resistance Ratio ​​Exercise Pulleys With Bilateral (Two) Pulley Handles

Even though a single 2:1 weight-to-resistance ratio pulley offers the option of working out with both extremities at the same time two weight stacks still provide larger numbers of additional challenges that positively effects rehab of circulation, flexibility, coordination and muscle endurance.

  • There is the uninvolved side teaching the involved side component.
  • More specifically, there is a muscle fiber reqruitment overflow from one side to the other allowing the involved side to perform better.
  • Many more exercise options.