Our Product Demonstration Gallery educates users, caregivers, and practitioners on how the Second Step Gait Harness System II for Home Users and Gait Harness System II for Practitioners may assist the client in learning to stand and walk again.
Versatility of use, in the clinic and beyond, for those needing to stand and walk again
Since 1989, Second Step has established a legacy of excellence with Gait Harness System (GHS) products to help people learn to stand and walk again. We have a passion to help clients preserve and build positive therapy outcomes and improve walking recoveries.
The videos below show how the GHS can be used both in the home and in the clinic, indoors and outdoors. You will see how the Second Step Gait Harness System is a unique, all-in-one standing frame and walking frame, providing ease of use, comfort, security, and great versatility.
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Product Demonstration Gallery

This video educates on an effective, hands-free, safe, and efficient client transfer process using the TotaLiftII cardiac chair into the GHSII. This transfer process involves no complex set-up, bending or lifting.

PT Erin shows how the GHS helps children to be more independent when walking. Pediatric GHS is designed to provide safety to children and to the caregivers or therapists working with them.

This 9 year old child shows how easy it is to maneuver the GHSII up and down hallways and navigate around corners. The user’s weight is safely and securely supported in the Gait Harness connection to the GHSII frame. The child or adult may take rest breaks as frequently as desired, extending therapy duration and outcomes.

Overview video showing a variety of people using the Gait Harness System every day, in the home and in clinics. The Gait Harness System helps many people who have all types of conditions preventing them from safely standing and walking.

Legacy video answering the question “Who uses the Gait Harness System?” includes a demonstration of Gait Harness System II multi-directional steering and braking caster feature.

Brain injury association conference CEU presentation on Gait Harness System (GHS) features.

This brain injury association conference presentation highlights personal stories of individuals with post stroke, neurological, and brain injury issues working toward recovery using the Second Step Gait Harness System.

Brain injury association conference presentation on how learned non-use (compensatory behavior) occurs when a person adapts to injury. Compensating and adapting to the injured state results in limited functioning. Recovery focused therapy aims to restore functioning.

Knute, who suffered a TBI at age 11, transfers directly from his wheelchair into the Gait Harness System, facing the open side, with minimal assistance. When he first began getting on his feet (after not walking for over 22 years), it required a three person assist to help him complete a supine transfer from the mat table. Because staff encouraged Knute to participate in his transfer process, he has become stronger, and is enjoying the increased independence.

Knute is smoothly, safely, and quickly able to transfer out of the Gait Harness System back into his wheel chair after his routine walking activities.

Mary Ann is using the Gait Harness System after suffering from a stroke, and through progressive Alzheimer’s disease. This video shows how Mary Ann is kept safe and comfortable transferring out of the GHS into her wheelchair.

Application of the Hand Hold Set Accessory to the Gait Harness System.

Joe Millen MPT demonstrates how the Second Step Gait Harness provides increased client and caregiver/therapist safety through a greater degree of patient control during transfers, reduced forces on the lumbar spine of caregiver and patient alike, and standardized handholds for proper positioning. Varied harness sizes allow for quick and effective transfers of patients of different dimensions.

See a demonstration of the Juvent Micro-Impact Platform and the Gait Harness System II joined in action, accelerating opportunities for recovery.
*Electric cord for Juvent platform not shown, and is required for use.
We believe the GHSII provides greater versatility than any standing frame, walking frame, standing walker or gait trainer. Visit our to see how the System works.

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it Harness System (GHS) and NEW Gait Harness System II (GHSII).

Since 1989 the Second Step GHS has been the durable standard of excellence in commercial grade rehab standing frame and walking frame equipment.
The System provides new therapy opportunities to walk again, even for those who have not walked in years, helping people regain healthy functioning after stroke, brain injury, cerebellar degeneration, spinal cord injury, orthopedic, neurological, lower extremity amputation, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, and other ambulation, gait and balance rehabilitation issues. The GHS is more than just a standing frame, walking frame, gait trainer or walker.
The GHS is used world-wide not only in outpatient and inpatient clinics, but also in the home, with both indoor and outdoor applications.
Discover how Second Step is “Helping People Walk Again” by keeping users, caregivers and practitioners safe, and simultaneously facilitating healthy, functional therapy outcomes.
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