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Hand Rehabilitation Robot Glove



"SYREBO" means full-cycle rehabilitation robot system. SY stands for system; RE represents rehabilitation; BO stands for robot.

Syrebo is a high-tech brand since 2017, we focus on developing and providing HIGH-QUALITY, AFFORDABLE, and LIFE-CHANGING home rehabilitation solutions for individuals suffering from impaired mobility and function...
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Customer Reviews

"My wife had a massive stroke a approximately 2 months ago. This left her with complete paralysis in the left arm and partial in left leg. I bought this product to help out with her recovery. Today we met with her therapist and showed it to him. As soon as I pulled it out of the bag he knew what it was but had not seen one in action. "
Great for a rehab facility and/or someone that suffered a stroke
"was so excited to come across this! My mother lost most of her hand usage after an aortic aneurysm and I am hoping this will help her regain some of her hand strength and lessen her arthritis pain too."

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Blog | Scientific Research

Effectiveness of Syrebo’s Glove Rehabilitation Program: A Case Report

Effectiveness of Syrebo’s Glove Rehabilitation Program: A Case Report

In a Patient With Middle Cerebral Artery Infarct Abstract In India, stroke is a significant health concern, with an estimated prevalence of around 1.54% in adults over 20 years old. The incidence of stroke in India varies regionally but is generally high due...
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What Is Traumatic Brain Injury | Types, Symptoms,Causes

What Is Traumatic Brain Injury Traumatic brain injury (TBI) happens when a sudden, external, physical assault damages the brain. It is one of the most common causes of disability and death in adults. TBI is a broad term that describes a vast array...

What are the 5 warning signs of a stroke?

What Is a Stroke? A stroke is a medical emergency. A stroke can cause lasting brain damage, long-term disability, or even death. Signs of a stroke can range from mild weakness to paralysis or numbness on one side of the face or body....
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Blog | Product Information

Thera Band Balance Training Pad

Thera Band Balance Training Pad

Thera-Bandbalance training pad-balance training tool The Stability Training Pad builds a complete, step-by-step stability training program with three different levels. Inflatable training mat.The black extra-soft stable training pad is made of durable PVC material, with one side thicker to withstand ankle joint movements during...
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Squegg: grip strength meter

The Squegg Intelligent Grip Strength Measurement and Training Device (Squegg) is an ergonomic and durable small device designed specifically for grip strength training and hand therapy. Squegg is also a Bluetooth-enabled grip strength meter that provides a fun and engaging way to measure,...


  Staircase series offers a variety of styles to choose from, including Convertible Staircase, Straight Staircase, Two-Sided Staircase, etc. These steps are made of solid wood and high-quality composite polyurethane plywood, with non-slip features on the steps. The handrails are ergonomically designed for...
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Blog | Rehabilitation Knowledge

How Long Does Stroke Recovery Take?

How Long Does Stroke Recovery Take?

If you or a loved one has recently suffered a stroke, you may feel overwhelmed and have questions about the future. But chances are, recovery is at the center of your attention. Strokes vary. Some people may feel more like themselves in just...
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Understanding a Clenched Hand : How to Treat Hand Spasticity

Spasticity is a common secondary symptom after a stroke and can result in stiff or tight muscles. For many survivors, spasticity affects the arms and hands, often resulting in tight hands or curled fingers after a stroke. This severe hand spasm is due...

How should stroke patients with cognitive dysfunction undergo rehabilitation?

Poststroke cognitive impairment is a clinical syndrome characterized by cognitive impairment that occurs after a stroke event and persists up to 6 months after the event. According to the severity of cognitive impairment, it can be classified as poststroke cognitive impairment without dementia...
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