Rehabilitation of the Shoulder, Arm, Hand, Fingers and Thumb.
The loss of hand and arm function can be one of the most debilitating symptoms following a stroke, spinal cord injury or head injury. Complete or partial paralysis of the upper limb can limit an individual’s ability to carry out everyday tasks making them reliant on others for day to day tasks. Following a spinal cord injury or for people living with other neurological conditions such as Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and Parkinson’s disease, maximising arm strength and movement is essential for independence in day to day activities.
The ‘wiring’ from the brain to the hand and arm is designed to allow the highly skilled movements we perform every day. Traditionally the are and hand have been seen as a challenge for physiotherapists and often either neglected recovery and rehabilitation is often slow.
Following the excellent example from The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery and Stoke Mandeville Spinal Unit; MOTIONrehab wanted to make Intensive Neurological Upper Limb Rehabilitation more widely available to all and is proud to be the only private rehabilitation centre in the UK to offer the complete suite of devices from Tyromotion for Intensive Upper Limb Rehabilitation (Tyrotherapy) as part of MOTIONrehab’s Intensive Neurological Upper Limb Rehabilitation Programme
- AMADEO for Hand, Fingers and Thumb Rehabilitation
- DIEGO Arm Robot,
- PABLO motionsensor and biofeedback device,
- TYMO Therapy plate,
- MYRO work surface for re-life learning with everyday objects
- Saebo Glove, SaeboFlex, SaeboReach, SaeboStretch, SaeboStim Micro
- Bioness H200
- Electrical Stimulation
MOTIONrehab has extensive experience with rehabilitation technology to support and promote Upper Limb Rehabilitation and our range of upper limb technology is used to complement traditional hands-on physiotherapy and occupational therapy to promote and maximise the function in the arm and hand.
For more information about our Intensive Upper Limb Programme or how MOTIONrehab can help you, please call the MOTIONrehab Customer Services Team on 0800 8600 138 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org