The Hand of Hope is designed for neuromuscular rehabilitation of the hand and forearm. It is intended to help patients to regain hand mobility using motor control re-education. The Hand of Hope can be activated using bioelectrical signals using surface electromyography sensors. Visual feedback and interactive games keep the rehabilitation patients engaged while increasing the quality of the rehabilitation sessions.
The system can be used on patients starting age 8 or 9 years old. It is most commonly used on stroke patients, but there are many other conditions that could require practice and relearning of fine motion control of the hand.
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Rehab-Robotics Company Ltd.,Member of Vincent Medical Holdings Limited, Unit 307, 3/F, 12W Building, Phase 3, No. 12 Science Park West Avenue, Hong Kong Science Park, Sha Tin, Hong Kong (SAR-CHINA), website
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