Balance is a skill we learn as babies learning to walk, that becomes functionally distorted through our injuries and how we use our bodies throughout our lives. Most of the time it is a mechanical problem which the Balancer helps to solve by resetting our balance coordination at the Brain Level and throughout our Central Nervous System.
Are you or someone you love suffering from chronic pain or balance problems?
Introducing the Harwin Balancer, a new solution for Physical Therapy
“The Harwin Balancer is the most effective solution for balance problems that I have seen in my 45 years of clinical experience…All patients reported they felt more stable when walking after using the Balancer. The majority of patients reported a significant reduction in pain after standing on the Balancer for just a few minutes.”
— Peter I. Edgelow, Doctor of Physical Therapy
1999 National APTA Henry O. & Florence P. Kendall Practice Award for Outstanding and Eduring Contributions to the practice of Physical Therapy. 1988 California’s Royce B. Noland Award of Merit for Outstanding Physical Therapist.
Assistant Clinical Professor in the Graduate Program of Physical Therapy at UCSF
In private practice since 1964
“I am 62 years old, and I have fallen at least 10 times in the last 4 years. Now that I am using The Harwin Balancer, I feel less dizzy and more stable, and I’m enjoying taking walks for the first time in years.
— Sue Calhoun, Moraga, CA
“I am a 70-year-old man who has difficulty walking and keeping my balance because of a spinal condition called Scleroderma. One day I walked into St. Helena Hospital dragging my right foot as if I had just had a stroke. This was the first time I had used The Harwin Balancer™ and I had to grip the rails because my balance was so bad. Within 3 minutes it became easy for me to balance and I could relax my grip. After ten minutes I stepped off the Balancer and to the amazement of everyone, my walk had become normal. I call it the Miracle Machine.”
—Bill Agee, Saint Helena, CA
“I felt my calf muscle wake up for the 1st time in ten years since its nerve was damaged in surgery. My body immediately felt more balanced, and my walk became stronger.”
—David Newlin, Corte Madera, CA