SaeboFlex is an arm training programme designed to help recovery of arm function following an neurological injury. The hand therapy device assists with thumb and finger extension so that grasp and release tasks can be accomplished. The SaeboFlex is suitable for stroke, head injury, spinal injury and cerebral palsy. Clients several years post injury can benefit from the SaeboFlex.
SaeboReach incorporates the affected wrist, hand and elbow. The custom made above elbow cuff allows patients to use their elbow in functional uses, for example, in reaching during grasp and release activities. Along with repetitive task orientated activities the SaeboReach is a highly effective orthosis for maximising arm and hand recovery.
SaeboGlove is a light weight design that helps neurological and orthopedic clients with finger and thumb extension.
The SaeboGlove positions the wrist and fingers into extension in preparation for functional activities. The client grasps an object by voluntarily flexing the fingers. The extension system assists with re-opening the hand to release the object.
The SaeboStretch can overcome issues which can result from traditional splints, namely deformity, joint damage, hypermobility and contractures. It includes three interchangeable hand pieces, each with a different grade of resistance. This further protects joints and allows the clinician to customise it for individual needs. The liner is easily removed for routine cleaning
SaeboMAS is a dynamic mobile arm support system with zero gravity, specifically designed to challenge and incorporate the weakened shoulder and elbow during functional tasks and exercises. SaeboMAS enables the patient to perform exercises, as well as self-care activities. It also aids the patient to take part in proven treatment techniques which consist of repetitive tasks which would otherwise have been difficult or impossible. The SaeboMAS is table-mounted, height adjustable, lightweight and portable. It has an elbow support and an adjustable spring base offering various levels of assistance to the user. Multi-directional activities can be achieved.
Arm & Hand Rehabilitation
Understand more about the: