Available in the following sizes.
45cms, 55cms, 65cms, 75cms, 85cms, 100cms, 120cms.

These balls were originally used in the 1960's by Swiss physiotherapists (hence the name "Swiss ball") to help children with cerebral palsy improve their physical skills, including balance. Since then, physical therapists have discovered many healthful uses for the balls. In Europe and United States, Doctors have been using and developing ball exercises for therapeutic fitness since as early as 1973. A few exercises performed by these Balls include:
* Static & dynamic strengthening of joint and spinal mobility
* Cardiovascular fitness through low impact aerobics
* Facilitating postural correction at an unconscious
level Increasing proprioception and kinesthesia
* Midline orientation and dynamic trunk control
* Neuro-motor learning and coordination
* To develop anti gravity posture. (Tonic tone)

These balls in neurological conditions are very useful

1. To improve balance and equilibrium.
2. To control vestibular system and arousal.
3. For proper weight shifts
4. It improves dissociations and relaxes the muscles.
5. It is very useful for proprioceptive input.


The Orchid PhysioTM Spiky Ball is a step ahead of the Traditional Exercise Ball. The Spiky ball enables the patient to perform the same activities as that of the traditional Swiss ball, but is more effective to relieve tension and stimulate circulation. It is gentle to the touch and the little bumps stimulate various pressure points while providing a good grip.


Orchid reflex balls & Sensy balls are used for a variety of massage techniques. The soft surface of the reflex balls & sensy balls prickles with nerve stimulating bumps. It is very useful for improving tactile stimulation.


Orchid PhysioTM Weight balls are a great way to build arm strength and endurance.


More than just a traditional therapy ball, the Orchid PhysioTM roll is an ideal medium for enabling many activities. Its unique peanut shape provides more stability for rehab patients and for exercises requiring greater stability. Unlike the Stability Ball, which moves in all directions, the Physio-Roll moves only sideways. In Therapy its shape offers greater stability and treatment options for more physically challenged patients.


It is designed for fingers, hand, wrist, forearm. Available in different color coded resistance