Meet our OrthoCanada Senior Wellness Team 
We know choosing the right equipment for seniors is critical. We are here to help guide you through every step of the way.  


Katherine Fairfield
Senior Wellness 
1-800-561-0310
katherine.fairfield@orthocanada.com


Hanh Nguyen
Senior Wellness 
1-800-561-0310
hanh.nguyen@orthocanada.com

The Best Senior Exercise Equipment

What is a NuStep Recumbent Cross Trainer?

NuStep’s inclusive, low-impact, total-body design and wide range of resistance levels allow for a full-body cardio and strength workout. The seated (recumbent) position reduces the risk of falls. It’s not uncommon for a NuStep to keep running strong for 10 to 15 years, even in the most demanding, high-use environments. This is a comforting piece of information, with all the demands on budgets today

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Fall Prevention

According to the Canadian Health Agency, falls account for 40% of nursing home admissions.
Physically strong seniors have better balance and are less likely to fall.
They also have a better chance of avoiding or recovering from a fall-related injury.

Frequently Asked Questions

10 years on frame, 5 on parts and 1 year on labor.

Curbside delivery
We get as close to your door as possible without going up any stairs or crossing any barriers.

Dock to dock delivery
The truck comes and drops it off without the aid of a lift gate.

White glove delivery
Includes 2 men, inside delivery, placement and removal of debris.

NuStep T4r: 400 lbs

NuStep T5: 500 lbs

NuStep T5XR & T5XRW: 600 lbs

Built in the U.S.A, it is not unusual for a Nustep to last more that 10 years.

No, the Nustep runs on self-generating power.

The Nustep comes completely assembled and ready to ride.

There are no returns on the NuStep due to the complexity of truck deliveries unless it is due to a manufacturing issue.

No. OrthoCanada does not sell used equipment.

“Honestly, I couldn’t do cardiac rehabilitation without the NuStep. In my experience I have found the NuStep machine invaluable. Many, many times the NuStep machine was the only piece of equipment a patient could exercise on due to orthopedic limitations. Without the NuStep in my cardiac rehab gym I wouldn’t have been able to help these particular patients regain their vitality and quality of life.”

—Jay Grove