Exploring STABILIFE System: How It Works

Stabilized Steps is the home of the STABILIFE System, a comprehensive home exercise program for older adults with balance issues. With the help of The Stabilizer (special hardware) and a software component, this program restores independence and quality of life!

The Stabilizer

Incredible rehab tool
Incredible rehab tool

Bottom tracks give this device the stability of parallel bars, far surpassing the strength of a walker.

Increased safety when transitioning
Increased safety when transitioning

- Getting up from a seated position.
- Picking up something from the ground.

Easy of handling
Easy of handling

Lightweight, portable, fully assembled, folds and stores easily.

The Program

Instant access Anytime, Anywhere
Instant access Anytime, Anywhere

No app required. Log in from any phone,iPad or computer.


Workout on your own schedule.

Measurable Progress 
Measurable Progress

Before, during, and post-balance self-assessments.

Safe and Effective
Safe and Effective

Videos focus on safety while providing modifications for a progression in your level of exercise

Evidence Informed
Evidence Informed

Incorporates existing evidence-based programs.

It is easy to

Get started!

How it work - The STABILIFE System - Stabilized Steps


Choose your plan and purchase your Stabilizer here Or contact us at (844) 691-7837.

How it work - The STABILIFE System - Stabilized Steps


Receive a welcome email and a call from our team.

How it work - The STABILIFE System - Stabilized Steps


Take simple initial assessments to see where you're starting.

How it work - The STABILIFE System - Stabilized Steps


Start your home exercise program at your own pace

How it work - The STABILIFE System - Stabilized Steps


Get weekly progress reports and periodic calls from our team


What is a stabilizer? +
What is a stabilizer? -

The Stabilizer is an exceptional stability and fall prevention tool. It is crafted by affixing our patented walker platform attachments, known as the Stabilizer Conversion Kit, to a standard walker. Featuring rubber pads at the base, this tool provides the sensation of 'parallel bars on the go.' Designed to promote independence and enhance quality of life, the Stabilizer enables users to safely engage in various activities of daily living while reducing the risk of falling.

Is it safe to use in wet or icy conditions?+
Is it safe to use in wet or icy conditions?-

The Stabilizer is well-suited for various uneven surfaces, including sand, gravel, grass, mud, snow, and even calm ocean waters. It can also be used inside the shower; however, we advise caution as soapy water may make your feet slippery. When using the Stabilizer on ice, ensure you wear shoes with a strong grip for added safety.

Can the product be used indoors after it was used outdoors?+
Can the product be used indoors after it was used outdoors? -

Yes, the Stabilizer is designed for use both indoors and outdoors. However, if you've used it at the beach, we advise reserving it exclusively for outdoor use and acquiring a separate Stabilizer for indoor use. Sand may enter the walker's tube during beach use, and it might be challenging to completely remove the sand.

Is the Stabilizer covered by Medicare?+
Is the Stabilizer covered by Medicare?-

Yes, the Stabilizer is eligible for coverage by Medicare with a valid doctor’s order. Stabilized Steps is a certified Medicare Home Medical Equipment Provider. To determine your eligibility or for more information, please contact our team at 1-844-691-7837.

What kind of guarantee do you have?+
What kind of guarantee do you have?-

Stabilized Steps takes pride in manufacturing walker platform attachments to create the Stabilizer, adhering to the highest standards. We have utmost confidence in the quality of these attachments and, as such, offer a Lifetime Warranty against any defects. If a defect is identified upon initial receipt of the product, we are committed to promptly replacing or repairing it. For any warranty-related queries, please contact our team at 1-844-691-7837.


What is Stabilife? +
What is Stabilife? -

The STABILIFE System is an all-encompassing exercise program designed for adults dealing with balance issues. It consists of both hardware, known as The Stabilizer, and a software component featuring online classes. This holistic approach aims to restore independence and enhance overall quality of life. Notably, our patented attachment for medical walkers endows The Stabilizer with the stability similar to “parallel bars on the go”, surpassing the typical walker's stability. The accompanying software facilitates secure and convenient exercise classes focused on improving stability, strength, balance, and proprioception (body position and movement awareness), with tangible and measurable outcomes.

What is the difference between the Basic program and the Premium program? +
What is the difference between the Basic program and the Premium program? -

Our mission is to make exercise and balance improvement accessible to older adults by eliminating barriers, including cost. To address this, we offer a free basic plan, while our premium plan provides additional support. This includes tech support to streamline setup, regular follow-ups to ensure consistent exercise, and a personalized progress assessments review during monthly calls. Members enjoy anytime access to tech assistance. For details on plan distinctions, visit the following page

How does the Stabilife program training work?+
How does the Stabilife program training work?-

The Foundational-Movement-for-Balance-and-Mobility Class is the main program in the STABILIFE System, dedicated to strengthening your body while ensuring safety through the use of our Stabilizer, fostering a sense of security during movements. Our objective is to assist you in establishing fundamental movement patterns with a particular emphasis on proprioception, enhancing your awareness of your body's spatial orientation. This, in turn, contributes to increased strength and balance in your daily activities. Recognizing that individuals begin at different fitness levels, we prioritize your comfort with the exercises. We encourage you to proceed at your own pace. If standing exercises feel challenging, we recommend continuing with seated exercises within your comfort zone, ensuring consistent strength and balance development. The Stabilizer is a supportive tool to help you progress when you feel ready, and modifications are available throughout the modules to cater to your needs. Understanding life's unpredictability, we've designed the program without a rigid calendar structure. This flexibility allows you to pick up where you left off, ensuring you don't miss any foundational movements on days when you're unable to work out. The program encourages progression through each designated exercise module, even if it takes you 60 days to complete them all. We trust you'll find satisfaction in our program, building confidence in your balance and movement through regular exercise. It's important to note that these movement patterns are crafted to enhance strength and mobility in specific areas rather than seeking perfection, acknowledging that a body in motion is continually evolving.

How do I change my STABILIFE System account type?+
How do I change my STABILIFE System account type?-

Flexibility is key – you can seamlessly switch between our basic and premium plans at any time. Our memberships operate on a month-to-month basis, without any long-term contracts. If you wish to modify your plan, simply reach out to us at 1-844-691-7837, and one of our team members will gladly assist you.

How to renew my membership?+
How to renew my membership?-

For premium plans, membership renewal is hassle-free. No action is needed, as your membership automatically renews on a month-to-month basis for monthly plans or on a yearly basis for annual plans. It's worth noting that the basic plan is entirely free and doesn't require a credit card for sign-up.

What equipment do I need for my training?+
What equipment do I need for my training?-

In general, our classes don't necessitate additional exercise equipment, except for a Stabilizer. For individuals with balance issues, we highly recommend acquiring stabilizers to enhance the effectiveness of the exercises.


What is your return policy? +
What is your return policy?-

If the Stabilizer unit does not fit your walker, Stabilized Steps will refund your purchase and you will have to cover the cost of the shipping for the return. You should contact them via email to arrange the return.

What are my shipping options?+
What are my shipping options?-

We offer standard ground shipping, usually processed within 24 hours and shipped from the warehouse within 48 hours via a 3-7 business day ground delivery service. Free ground shipping applies only to the 48 contiguous United States. There's also freight shipping for heavy items, with longer shipping lead times. Free Freight Shipping, when applicable, applies only to the 48 contiguous United States.

Will I receive tracking information?+
Will I receive tracking information?-

You will receive an email notification with a tracking number when your product ships.

Do you ship internationally?+
Do you ship internationally?-

Yes, international shipping costs are automatically calculated during the checkout process based on the selected shipping address.

How do I get in touch with support?+
How do I get in touch with support?-

You can reach support at (844) 691-7837 or via email at Info@stabilizedsteps.com


How do I know if I’m at risk for a fall?+
How do I know if I’m at risk for a fall?-

Identifying the risk of falling in Older Adults involves assessing several factors, including age, medical conditions, mobility issues, medication side effects, and environmental hazards. Regular health check-ups, awareness of balance or gait difficulties, and reviewing medications with a healthcare provider can help assess fall risk. The CDC has some questionnaires and assessments that can be done to see if you have some risk of falling. We have compiled some of these questions and assessments into a Fall Risk Screening that can be taken from the comfort of your own home. Use this link to access the screening.: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScHEri6mXA8T_de_XfRMn43aWpPZcPKwrp9_RJPvklEjaZFKQ/viewform You will get an email with your results.

How often should I work out? +
How often should I work out? -

Older adults' workout frequency depends on their health status and physical capabilities. The general recommendation is at least 150 minutes of moderate aerobic activity per week, along with muscle-strengthening activities on two or more days a week, as per guidelines by health organizations like the CDC. Older adults need to consult with healthcare providers to tailor a workout regimen that is safe and effective for their specific needs.

What should I do if I fall? +
What should I do if I fall? -

Older adults should remain calm and assess whether they are injured if they fall. They should do so slowly if they can get up safely without pain. If they are hurt or unable to get up, they should call for help immediately or use an emergency alert system if they have one. After a fall, seeking medical attention to assess for any injuries and understand the fall's cause is essential.

Why is exercising important for older adults?+
Why is exercising important for older adults?-

Exercising is crucial for older adults as it helps maintain independence, reduces the risk of falls and chronic diseases, improves mental health and cognitive function, and enhances overall quality of life. Regular exercise helps strengthen muscles, improve balance and coordination, and maintain bone density, all critical factors in preventing falls and promoting overall health in older adults.


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