Daily life scene ability training

ADLs training

Assist users in activities of daily living (ADL) training such as eating and grooming. Assess the recovery of limb function after each training stage based on changes in the range of motion of the arm. For example, transitioning from eating with a long-handled spoon to being able to eat with a regular spoon.

OT training

Incorporate therapeutic exercises using small objects such as balls, building blocks, and wooden pegboards to allow for natural and flexible movements in three dimensions. This allows for effortless arm mobility with minimal exertion.

Task-oriented training

Use the Syrebo® Hand Function Series products in conjunction with task-oriented training to facilitate more effective and effortless motor function rehabilitation. Gradually restore damaged neural pathways in the brain associated with movement.