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PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a chair and up-down stepper combination that is, in spite of compactness, capable of improving muscular strength of an aged person and performing effective rehabilitation for a hemiplegic person.SOLUTION: A chair having a prescribed sitting height is designed to have a plurality of steps divided in the sitting height direction (height direction), with divided steps placed successively on the lowermost step which is the lowest divided step, so that the steps of a plurality of heights including the lowest divided step are created. This structure is for obtaining a needed height by setting upright all upper steps toward the backrest of the chair except the lowest step and then successively leaning forward the upper steps over the lowest divided step until it forms the needed height including the lowest divided step. Meantime, the upper surface of each step is provided with a seat surface and, on the upper surface of the highest step, there is installed in addition to the seat surface a fence for preventing slipping down from the chair.


本発明は運動用に多く用いられる椅子に関するものであって、特に高齢者の筋肉力の維持・向上を目指す運動用の他、脳梗塞、脳血栓、くも膜下出血等の脳血管障害で倒れた後に、片麻痺の後遺症が残った片麻痺症状者が、効果的なリハビリテーション(機能回復訓練)を行うことができるように、複数種の段差による昇降、あるいは他の運動や他のリハビリ機器の使用時に補助的に用いられる椅子として、種々の工夫をしたものである。   The present invention relates to a chair that is often used for exercise, and in particular for exercise aimed at maintaining and improving the muscular strength of the elderly, after falling down due to cerebrovascular disorders such as cerebral infarction, cerebral thrombus, subarachnoid hemorrhage, etc. When using hemiplegic symptomatic patients with hemiplegic symptoms, ascending / descending with multiple steps or using other exercises or other rehabilitation equipment so that effective rehabilitation (function recovery training) can be performed. Various chairs are used as auxiliary chairs.

When a cerebrovascular disorder develops, the patient is admitted to a hospital and undergoes surgical treatment (surgery) or medical treatment using drugs.
Even if such surgical treatment and medical treatment are performed and the patient escapes from an acute symptom state in which soft tissues such as muscles and ligaments have been damaged, the functional tissue in the brain engaged in physical exercise is damaged. It is often seen. When such damage to the functional tissue in the brain occurs, paralysis occurs on one of the left and right sides (one side) of the body, resulting in a state in which half of the body cannot be moved, that is, hemiplegia (half body incompetence).
In this case, the part where hemiplegia occurs, the degree of hemiplegia, etc. vary depending on the position and degree of damage occurring in the brain, and the degree of hemiplegia and the type of disability vary greatly among individuals.

When hemiplegia occurs as a sequelae of cerebrovascular disorders, rehabilitation is performed to relieve hemiplegia and restore physical function to return to the home or work.
In the case of cerebrovascular disorder, how effective rehabilitation of the optimum type is performed according to each period in the acute phase (within about 1 month from the onset) and recovery phase (about 1 month to 1 year after the onset). Is said to be important in functional recovery.

In the past, it was thought that hemiplegia would not recover after treatment because hemiplegia would not regenerate destroyed brain neurons. For this reason, rehabilitation of persons with hemiplegic symptoms has been aimed at training the lower limbs and upper limbs on the side without paralysis so that they can walk and live daily.
However, recent advances in brain science have revealed that even if a part of the brain is damaged, other parts that have escaped damage have the ability to substitute for the role of the damaged part, i.e., plasticity. Rehabilitation treatment aimed at overcoming has also been performed.

このためリハビリテーションにおいては、麻痺の無い側を鍛えて歩行や日常生活ができるようにするのみならず、麻痺の有る側を他人の介助等を受けながら動かして、麻痺側の腕や脚から脳に対して刺激を送ることにより神経系の可塑化(脳神経の代行能力の獲得、神経の再生化、再組織化)を促す必要がある。   For this reason, in rehabilitation, not only can the side without paralysis be trained to enable walking and daily life, but also the side with paralysis can be moved with the assistance of others to move from the arm or leg on the paralysis side to the brain. On the other hand, it is necessary to promote the plasticization of the nervous system (acquisition of cranial nerve substitute ability, nerve regeneration, reorganization) by sending a stimulus.

When plasticizing the nervous system, in addition to moving the paralyzed arm and leg by a caregiver, etc., the paralyzed person imagines moving the paralyzed arm and leg and moves the body from the brain side. It is said that it is effective to image the movement information command to the side.
In other words, moving the body from the paralyzed side toward the paralyzed side in synchronization with sending a stimulus (motor information command) from the paralyzed side to the brain by forcibly moving the paralyzed arm or leg It is said that the function recovery can be effectively performed by promoting plasticization by interlocking the motion information commands from both directions, which is to imagine that the motion information commands to be commanded are sent.

For this reason, rehabilitation is actively carried out after getting out of the state of acute symptoms.
Rehabilitation in the acute phase (within about 1 month from the onset) is centered on "physiotherapy", and rehabilitation in the recovery phase (about 1 month to 1 year after the onset) further adds "occupational therapy".

理学療法とは、身体機能に障害が生じた際に、その基本的な動作能力の改善を目的として運動療法や徒手的治療を行い、基本的身体能力の改善を図る療法である。この理学療法では、医師の指示に従い、理学療法士の補助によって、ゆっくりと寝返りをうったり、身体を動かしたりしてみることから始まる。   Physical therapy is a therapy designed to improve basic physical ability by performing exercise therapy or manual treatment for the purpose of improving the basic movement ability when a physical function is impaired. This physical therapy begins with slowly turning over or moving the body with the assistance of a physical therapist, following the instructions of a doctor.

Occupational therapy is a so-called therapy that improves applied movement ability, and begins with training to sit on a bed or hold an object. This prevents the limb joint from contracting.
As recovery progresses further, it aims to acquire and improve daily activities such as changing clothes (changing clothes) and adjusting (appearance and shape), walking training, and eating, toilets, bathing, and washing. Performing exercise training. Such occupational therapy is initially started at the bedside, and then exercise training is performed in actual situations.

When the recovery phase of rehabilitation is complete and functional recovery is achieved to some extent, the patient is discharged from the hospital.
Even after discharge, it is necessary to go to a hospital or rehabilitation facility regularly to perform rehabilitation, and function recovery training is continuously performed according to the menus instructed by doctors and physical therapists. In addition, hemiplegic patients themselves are instructed to move their bodies voluntarily and eagerly.
For this reason, it is important to perform rehabilitation at home, and strong motivation and self-training are required to overcome hemiplegia.

In hospitals and rehabilitation facilities, various rehabilitation devices are provided, rehabilitation using these rehabilitation devices is performed, and home rehabilitation devices are also being developed.
Examples of rehabilitation equipment include walking training parallel bars in which a pair of straight parallel bars are supported horizontally in the shape of a handrail by a support, or a string on a pulley and gripping both ends of the string with left and right hands. Various types of devices have been developed, such as an upper limb vertical exercise trainer that pulls down, an upper limb rotation exercise trainer that grips and rotates a pedal-like object of a bicycle with left and right hands, an elevating staircase, and a stepping exercise device.

しかし、いずれもリハビリ機器には筋肉トレーニングを付加したものが多く、更には片麻痺症状者のように一方の側は健常であるのに片側を健常者用として構成された機器となっているものが少なく、両麻痺症状者用あるいは高齢者用として左右の両方共が電動式となったものや、左右の両方共を訓練可能としたものが殆どで、従って高価な大型が多いためスペースを採るものが多く、また自発的な使用が少ないため可塑化的効果が少なく,一般家庭で病院のようなリハビリ機器を用いてリハビリを継続することは困難であった。   However, there are many rehabilitation devices with muscle training, and even those with hemiplegic symptoms, one side is healthy but one side is configured for healthy people There are few, and most of them are motorized for both paralysis and elderly people, and both left and right can be trained. It was difficult to continue rehabilitation using a rehabilitation device such as a hospital in general households because there were many things and there were few voluntary uses, so the plasticizing effect was small.

実用新案登録第3087980号Utility model registration No. 3087980 特開平7−8350JP 7-8350 A

上述したように、病院やリハビリ施設や自宅において、リハビリテーションが行われているが、実際に脳梗塞となり、後遺症として片麻痺となり、闘病やリハビリテーションを行ってきた体験者の話によると、現状のリハビリテーションでは、種々の不具合があることが判明した。   As mentioned above, rehabilitation is performed in hospitals, rehabilitation facilities, and homes. However, according to the stories of those who have actually suffered from cerebral infarction, hemiplegia as a sequelae, and who have been fighting illness and rehabilitation, the current rehabilitation Then, it was found that there are various problems.

For example, at the time of admission, hemiplegic patients are waiting for most of the time resting on the bed, despite the enthusiasm and willingness to rehabilitate, and the time for rehabilitation is short, The frequency is low.
It is impossible to rehabilitate a person with hemiplegic symptom who has difficulty in limbs on one side of the body because it is dangerous because it is dangerous, so it is safe and effective training guidance and assistance are provided This is because a physical therapist and a caregiver must be accompanied by training. In addition, the number of rehabilitation facilities and the number of rehabilitation equipment are limited, and the number of physical therapists and caregivers is also limited, so that many people with hemiplegia cannot fully rehabilitate. There are also circumstances.

一方、退院後においては、自宅でリハビリテーションを行う必要がある。このため各種の自宅用のリハビリ用機器は存在するが、それらは構造が複雑で大掛かりな上、回復対象機能が少なく高価なため、自宅で使用するには不便であり、しかも効果的な機能回復訓練をするには不足なものであった。   On the other hand, after discharge, it is necessary to perform rehabilitation at home. For this reason, there are various types of rehabilitation equipment for home use, but they are complex and large-scale, and they have few functions to be recovered and are expensive, so they are inconvenient to use at home and have effective function recovery. It was not enough to train.

特に現在使用中の椅子は、椅子だけの機能しか無いものが多く、台を用いた昇降のリハビリには別の台を用いなければならなかった。従って椅子と昇降用の台とを2種類用意することは、スペースおよび費用の面から自宅用としては不適なものが多かった。更には椅子そのものも用途によっては特殊なものを必要とすることが多く有り、片麻痺症状者となった者の実体験から言うと、現在のリハビリ用機器は、片麻痺症状者の身体的・精神的状態や要望を充分には考慮したものとはなっていない。 In particular, many chairs currently in use have only the function of a chair, and another table must be used for rehabilitation using a table. Therefore, preparing two types of chairs and raising / lowering bases is often unsuitable for home use in terms of space and cost. Furthermore, the chair itself often requires special items depending on the application, and from the actual experience of the person who became hemiplegic, the current rehabilitation equipment is the physical It does not take full account of mental conditions and requests.

For example, in the “wooden seat height variable chair” shown in Patent Document 1 (utility model registration No. 3087980), as shown in FIG. 4, the height setting of the seat height variable chair A is set at the lower end of each leg of the chair. 5 and 6 are added. In this case, it is necessary to connect the leg to the four legs of the chair by screwing with bolts and nuts, but the weak leg such as the elderly and the hemiplegic symptom are two parts. The work of adding 6 or removing it is extremely laborious and dangerous for the handicapped.
Furthermore, in Patent Document 1, there is a footrest B just before the chair, and the rear edge side of the footrest plate 12 is hooked on the connecting member 3 straddling between the front legs of the chair A by a hook member 13 so as to be freely disengaged. However, there is a pair of left and right pedestals 11 on the front edge side of the footrest plate 12, and the height of the pedestal 11 is also adjusted by the connecting legs 5 and 6 according to the height of the legs of the chair. There is a need.

Further, in Patent Document 2 (Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 7-8350) “Deformable Chair”, the hydraulic cylinder is connected to the push side and the pull side (the switching valve is opened) or closed (the switching valve is closed). The pressure cylinder is made fluid and fixed to control the mechanical device. As a result, chair height, back and forth movement, backrest bending movement, wide movement of both thighs and sides, front and back and up and down movement, pillow back and forth and up and down movement, etc. can be done with simple operation of the pump lever Become.
However, it is necessary to be expensive, and it is difficult to permanently install at home.

以上述べたように、本発明の対象者である高齢者や片麻痺症状者では、特許文献1のような椅子の高さ調節では時間が掛かったり危険が伴う事も有るものでは、リハビリ用としては不適であり、また特許文献2ではあまりにも自動化が進み、自発的な動作から期待する、脳の可塑性を目的としたリハビリテーションが全く実施できないことは言うまでもない。 As described above, in elderly persons and hemiplegic patients who are subjects of the present invention, adjustment of the chair height as in Patent Document 1 may take time or may be dangerous, Needless to say, in Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 2004-228688, automation is so advanced that rehabilitation aimed at brain plasticity expected from spontaneous movement cannot be performed at all.

The exercise chair of the present invention that solves the above problems is
In a chair having a predetermined seating height, it is divided into a plurality of stages in the seating height direction, and by placing the divided stages on the lowermost divided stage in sequence, the height of the lowest divided stage (hereinafter referred to as the lowest stage) is set. It is characterized by creating multiple kinds of steps including the height.
Each stage including the lowermost stage of the exercise chair of the present invention is characterized in that a seating surface is provided on the upper surface side.

Further, the backrest side of the chairs of the other steps except for the lowermost step of the exercise chair of the present invention is characterized in that it can be rotated in the front-rear direction of the chair by a horizontal axis provided respectively.
2. The exercise chair according to claim 1, wherein a stopper is provided on at least one of the left and right side surfaces of the divided stage of the exercise chair according to the present invention.
In addition, a slip prevention fence is provided on the top surface of the divided stage of the exercise chair of the present invention.

The inventor of the present invention has previously proposed a plurality of support rods, and a continuous handrail rod that is connected to the top of the plurality of support rods and is supported horizontally by a looped handrail rod. The rehabilitation apparatus of the present invention and the exercise chair of the present invention are provided, and the exercise chair of the present invention is provided on the inside of the handrail. The rehabilitation movement by the exercise chair or as an auxiliary chair for other rehabilitation exercises It is the compound rehabilitation equipment characterized by being arranged.
The loop handrail bar of the rehabilitation device for continuous walking has at least one opening / closing means.

本発明の運動用椅子の特徴は、特に高齢者の筋肉力の維持・向上を目指す運動用の他、脳血管障害で倒れた後に、片麻痺の後遺症が残った片麻痺症状者が、効果的なリハビリテーション(機能回復訓練)を行うことができるように、複数種の段差による昇降、あるいは他の運動や他のリハビリ機器の使用時に補助的に用いられる椅子として、発明されたものである。   The feature of the exercise chair of the present invention is that it is effective particularly for exercise aiming to maintain and improve muscle strength of the elderly, as well as for those with hemiplegia who have left behind the hemiplegia after falling down due to cerebrovascular disorder It is invented as a chair that is used as an auxiliary when using different types of steps or other movements or other rehabilitation equipment so that it can perform rehabilitation (function recovery training).

That is, the present invention is a chair / lift platform that can be applied to maintenance and improvement of muscle strength of elderly people and rehabilitation of hemiplegic patients. Accordingly, the type of exercise that can be applied is the raising and lowering movement of the table, but the height of the table is not constant depending on the degree of muscle strength, paralysis, or the form of application. Therefore, by dividing the seat height as a chair into a plurality of stages and placing the upper divided stage sequentially at the lowest stage, it is possible to create something close to the required height.

しかも昇降運動は自分の意思および自分の手や足を用いて指示できるので自発性が強く、脳の可塑性促進に一層の効果的が期待できる。また装置の大きさは適度に小さく、更には本発明者の既出特許であるループ状の手すり棒とでなる連続歩行用のリハビリ機器等から成る複合リハビリ機器にも本発明を複合できるので、使用にあたっての占有面積を小さくできる。以上により前述の脳の可塑性がより一層促進されると共に、リハビリ機能を複合させたため小スペースで適応できるので、自宅においても使用可能である。 Moreover, since the lifting and lowering movement can be instructed using one's intention and one's own hands and feet, it is highly spontaneous and can be expected to be more effective in promoting brain plasticity. In addition, since the size of the device is moderately small, and the present invention can be combined with a rehabilitation device for continuous walking composed of a looped handrail that is a patented patent of the present inventor, the present invention can be combined. Occupied area can be reduced. As described above, the aforementioned plasticity of the brain is further promoted, and since the rehabilitation function is combined, it can be applied in a small space, so that it can be used at home.

By using the present invention in the vicinity of the inside and outside of the rehabilitation equipment for continuous walking, it is possible to exercise while holding the loop-shaped handrail bar to prevent falling.
In addition, since a slip prevention fence is installed on the top surface of the split stage (the seat surface as a chair), it is popular among those with hemiplegia who have a lot of slippage during exercise, and that are difficult to perceive even when slipping. is there.

本発明である椅子の(a)平面図、(b)正面図、(c)側面図。(A) Top view of the chair which is this invention, (b) Front view, (c) Side view. 分割段の組合せによる、複数段(4段)の創生図。 (a)台高h1(最下段)、(b)台高h2(最下段+1段目)、 (c)台高h3(最下段+1段目+2段目) (参考:図1c)台高h4(座高:最下段+1段目+2段目+3段目)A multi-stage (four-stage) creation diagram by combining divided stages. (A) Table height h1 (bottom stage), (b) Table height h2 (bottom stage + 1 stage), (c) Table height h3 (bottom stage + 1 stage + second stage) (Reference: FIG. 1c) Table height h4 (Sitting height: bottom + first + second + third) 複合リハビリ機器Compound rehabilitation equipment 従来の座高可変椅子Conventional seat height variable chair

以下、発明を実施するための形態について、実施例に基づき詳細に説明する。   Hereinafter, modes for carrying out the invention will be described in detail based on examples.

図1、図2は本発明の実施例に係る運動用椅子18で、昇降訓練などを行うことができる台機能と、本発明の最上部に座り他の運動、或いはリハビリを行うことができる椅子機能とから成っている。   1 and 2 show an exercise chair 18 according to an embodiment of the present invention, which is a chair function capable of performing lifting training and the like, and a chair that can sit at the top of the present invention and perform other exercises or rehabilitation. It consists of functions.

That is, as shown in FIG. 1C, it has a seat height value h4 which is a function as a chair. At the same time, here, the seat height value h4 is divided into, for example, four levels in the height direction, and the lowest level 20 (hereinafter the lowest level). The first stage, the second stage, and the third stage (hereinafter referred to as the uppermost stage) overlap each other to realize a predetermined seat height h4.
Here, in order to make it easy to assemble the first to third divided stages sequentially, fulcrum rods 31 to 33 penetrating the chair are provided in the vicinity of the right end of each stage, and each stage has this fulcrum. The rod rotates around the rod.

Referring to FIG. 2 in detail, when the uppermost stage 23 is first rotated clockwise around the fulcrum rod 33, the uppermost stage 23 has at least one of the stoppers 25, 26 provided in the width direction around the backrest 27. Stop by hitting the side plate 28.
Thereafter, the second stage and the first stage similarly rotate around the fulcrum rod 32 and the fulcrum rod 31 respectively, the second stage hits the third stage (the uppermost stage), and the first stage hits the second stage and stops.
This is the state shown in FIG. 2 (a). At this time, the lowermost stage 20 is a table having a height h1 (hereinafter referred to as a table height). .

Next, when the first stage 21 is rotated counterclockwise around the fulcrum rod 31 in the state of FIG. 2A, the state of FIG. 2B is obtained, and the height of the first stage 21 is added to the lowermost stage 20 of h2. High height can be realized.
Similarly, when the second stage 22 is rotated counterclockwise around the fulcrum rod 32 in the state of FIG. 2B, the state of FIG. 2C is obtained, and the height of the first stage 21 and the second stage 22 is set at the lowermost stage 20. The height h3 with the added can be realized.
Further, in the state of FIG. 2C, when the third stage 23 is rotated counterclockwise around the fulcrum rod 33, the height of the third stage 23 is added to the lowermost stage 20, the first stage 21, and the second stage 22. As a result, the height h4 shown in FIG. 1C can be realized.

By using the difference in height between h1 and h4 as described above, it is possible to provide an auxiliary chair for handling lifting and other equipment.
In addition, since the heights of h1 to h4 may be used depending on the type of exercise and the purpose, the seating surface that can be seated or stepped on on the upper surface of each step including the lowest step. It is preferable to have

次に、図3は本発明者が提案している複合リハビリ機器80(特願2010−091194)で、連続歩行用のリハビリ機器100として適度の高さの複数の支柱105にループ状の手すり106を設け、その手すり内に本体支柱201に設けた手回転運動用のリハビリ機器αと足回転運動用のリハビリ機器βとから成る回転運動用のリハビリ機器200とを有し、更に前記手回転運動用のリハビリ機器αと足回転運動用のリハビリ機器βとは、歯付プーリー212と222とが歯付ベルト230を介して連動し、それぞれクランク213と223とが回転して駆動可能となっている。   Next, FIG. 3 shows a composite rehabilitation device 80 (Japanese Patent Application No. 2010-091194) proposed by the present inventor. As a rehabilitation device 100 for continuous walking, a plurality of columns 105 having appropriate heights and a looped handrail 106 are used. And a rehabilitation device 200 for rotary motion comprising a rehabilitation device α for hand rotation motion and a rehabilitation device β for foot rotation motion provided in the main body column 201 in the handrail, and further, the hand rotation motion In the rehabilitation device α for the foot and the rehabilitation device β for the rotational movement of the foot, the toothed pulleys 212 and 222 are interlocked via the toothed belt 230, and the cranks 213 and 223 can be rotated and driven, respectively. Yes.

なお、ループ状の手すり106内に入るには、手すりの一部である106cの左端に設けたスリーブ108aを右にスライドさせ、蝶番108bで矢印のように手すり106cを下に曲げるか、または手すり106bの継ぎ目107a、107bの一方を抜いて他方を中心に回転させれば入口ができるので、その入口を利用する。   In order to enter the loop-shaped handrail 106, the sleeve 108a provided at the left end of the handrail 106c is slid to the right, and the handrail 106c is bent downward as indicated by an arrow with a hinge 108b, or the handrail. If one of the joints 107a and 107b of 106b is pulled out and rotated around the other, an inlet can be formed, and the inlet is used.

By the way, it has been said that rehabilitation of the paralyzed part with a healthy hand or foot can promote plasticization of the nervous system, but if it is a voluntary exercise, the same kind of exercise (hand related, leg related, etc.) will continue. If done, it will also have an effect on plasticization.
Therefore, if the exercise chair of the present invention is provided in the loop-shaped area (handrail 106) of the rehabilitation device 100 for continuous walking in the composite rehabilitation device 80 of FIG. It is possible to cope with unforeseen situations such as prevention and slipping, and the plasticization is promoted if the foot (leg) related movements such as the rehabilitation device 100 for continuous walking are also performed before and after the lifting movement. it can.

In addition, the exercise chair of the present invention is an upper limb rotation exercise that can be used together with the rehabilitation device 200 for rotation in the compound rehabilitation device 80 (Japanese Patent Application No. 2010-091194) proposed by the present inventor or the compound rehabilitation device 80. It can be used as an accessory chair for rehabilitation equipment (Japanese Patent Application No. 2010-091195) such as a rehabilitation equipment (Japanese Patent Application No. 2010-141604), a foot slide exercise equipment (Japanese Patent Application No. 2010-141603), and an upper and lower limb vertical exercise equipment.
Thereby, further plasticization can be promoted.

18 運動用椅子
20 最下段
21 1段目
22 2段目
23 3段目
24 ずれ防止柵
25,26 ストッパー
27 背もたれ
28,29 側板
31,32,33 支点ロッド
80 複合リハビリ機器
100 連続歩行用のリハビリ機器
200 回転運動用のリハビリ機器

18 Exercise chair 20 Bottom stage 21 1st stage 22 2nd stage 23 3rd stage 24 Shift prevention fence 25, 26 Stopper 27 Backrest 28, 29 Side plate 31, 32, 33 Support rod 80 Compound rehabilitation equipment 100 Rehabilitation for continuous walking Equipment 200 Rehabilitation equipment for rotational movement

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所定の座高を有する椅子において、座高方向に複数段に分割し、最下の分割段の上に分割した段を順次載置することにより、最下の分割段(以下、最下段という)の高さを含めて複数種の高さの段を創生するようにしたことを特徴とする運動用椅子。   In a chair having a predetermined seating height, it is divided into a plurality of stages in the seating height direction, and by placing the divided stages on the lowermost divided stage in sequence, the height of the lowest divided stage (hereinafter referred to as the lowest stage) is set. An exercise chair characterized by creating a plurality of height steps including the height. 前記椅子の最下段を含む各段には、上面側に座面を設けたことを特徴とする
The exercise chair according to claim 1, wherein a seating surface is provided on an upper surface side of each step including the lowermost step of the chair.
前記椅子の最下段を除く他の段の椅子の背もたれ側には、それぞれに設けた水平軸により椅子の前後方向に回動可能としたことを特徴とする請求項1記載の運動用椅子。   The exercise chair according to claim 1, wherein the chair is pivotable in the front-rear direction of the chair by a horizontal axis provided on each of the backrest sides of the chairs other than the lowermost stage of the chair. 前記椅子の分割段のうち最上段には、左右の側面のうち少なくとも一方にストッパーを設けたことを特徴とする請求項1記載の運動用椅子。   The exercise chair according to claim 1, wherein a stopper is provided on at least one of the left and right side surfaces in the uppermost stage among the divided stages of the chair. 前記分割段のうち最上段の上面には、ずれ防止柵を設けたことを特徴とする請求項1記載の運動用椅子。   The exercise chair according to claim 1, wherein a slip prevention fence is provided on an upper surface of the uppermost stage among the divided stages. 複数本の支持棒と、この複数本の支持棒の頂部に連結されて水平に支持されたループ状の手すり棒とでなる連続歩行用のリハビリ機器と、請求項1乃至5から成る運動用椅子を備え、前記手すり棒の内側に、請求項1乃至5のうちいずれかから成る前記運動用椅子を備え、前記運動用椅子によるリハビリの昇降運動かまたは他のリハビリ運動の補助椅子として配置されていることを特徴とする複合リハビリ機器。   6. A rehabilitation device for continuous walking comprising a plurality of support bars and a loop-shaped handrail bar connected to the top of the plurality of support bars and supported horizontally, and an exercise chair comprising: The exercise chair comprising any one of claims 1 to 5 is provided inside the handrail bar, and is disposed as an auxiliary chair for rehabilitation lifting or other rehabilitation exercise by the exercise chair. Combined rehabilitation equipment characterized by 前記連続歩行用のリハビリ機器の前記ループ状の手すり棒には、少なくとも1ヶ所の開閉手段を有することを特徴とする請求項6記載の複合リハビリ機器。

The composite rehabilitation device according to claim 6, wherein the loop-shaped handrail bar of the rehabilitation device for continuous walking has at least one opening / closing means.

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