SYREBO Rehabilitation Glove E12 (Voice Model) : Hand Finger Stroke Rehabilitation Training Robot

NEW-GEN HAND REHABILITATION GLOVE SY-HRE12 With FDA and CE certification,cooperating with hospitals and physical rehabilitation therapist, we...
Size: M
Affected hand: Left hand


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  • SyreboCare
  • NEW-GEN HAND REHABILITATION GLOVE SY-HRE12 With FDA and CE certification,cooperating with hospitals and physical rehabilitation therapist, we have launched the latest smart robotic gloves suitable for rehabilitation exercise of patients with hand function.
  • Unique task-oriented training mode let finger hand rehabilitation exercise combined with life scenes,makes hand training more purposeful,for example, it can assist grasp small balls, spoons, and water cups, and can even assist in using spoons to eat, pour water, etc.
  • If you have these symptoms,SYREBO finger rehabilitation robotic glove can help your hand function recover better: Loss of dexterity, contracts, Edema, sensory Impairments 
  • E12 rehabilitation robot glove takes 20 minutes to perform a rehabilitation training session, and can be used to exercise 2-3 times a day.
  • Control group: traditional rehabilitation Observation group: use of hand function rehabilitation robot-Upper limb function (upper limb part of Fugl-Meyer Motor Function Rating Scale) increased by 19%; daily living ability (modified Barthel index) increased by 22%
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With E12 soft robotic, task-oriented training is more convenient at home.

What is a Task-orientated training?

Task-oriented training, which is grounded in principles of motor control and motor learning and incorporates task-specific exercises, represents a contemporary approach to clinical training interventions, informed by recent theories of motor control.

The approach focuses on helping people to acquire the ability to solve functional tasks rather than movement patterns that are based solely on the purpose of the movement. These functional tasks include picking up a cup, brushing, catching an object, etc.

A task is broken down into several parts, starting with the simplest task, gradually increasing the difficulty of the task, and increasing the difficulty as the child's ability increases, so that the child tries the limits of his or her ability, and ultimately successfully completes the functional goal, and then transforms to real life.

This approach is centered on facilitating individuals in developing the capacity to perform functional tasks, as opposed to focusing solely on movement patterns.
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During rehab, spasticity may occur due to increased muscle tone. But don't worry, we start with stretching mode training before regular training, which can help reduce spasticity.

What is spasms or spasticiry?

Muscle spasms and spasticity can really impact your quality of life and daily activities if you have MS. But don't worry! There are effective ways to manage these symptoms, including medications and other therapies, that can help you stay mobile and live a life free from pain.

Spasticity, a symptom of multiple sclerosis, can make your muscles feel stiff, heavy, and hard to move. Sometimes, a sudden stiffening of a muscle (a spasm) can cause a limb to kick out or jerk towards your body.

Believe it or not, spasticity can sometimes be helpful! For example, if your legs are weak, a bit of stiffness in your legs might actually help you walk or move from a bed to a chair. Managing spasticity in MS involves regularly assessing the effects of the symptom and identifying any factors that might be making it worse.
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Assisted bilateral rehabilitation, which has been widely recognized as an effective treatment for patients with motor disabilities, has been proven to significantly improve the ability of paretic limbs and promote motor recovery, especially in the upper limbs, after a cerebrovascular accident (CVA). This assertion is supported by numerous scientific studies and medical evidence.

One particularly noteworthy aspect of assisted bilateral rehabilitation is its ability to restore hand mobility. This is achieved through a robotic-assisted approach that utilizes flexible sensor driven control. This innovative method has been previously addressed in other studies, which have demonstrated its efficacy in improving hand dexterity and fine motor control.

The underlying principle of this treatment modality is to capitalize on the residual motor function of paretic limbs, while enhancing motor recovery through bilateral coordination and interaction. By doing so, patients are able to regain a greater level of independence in activities of daily living (ADLs), including tasks such as grasping objects, manipulating objects, and performing fine motor skills.
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Pinch refers to the ability to pick up small objects between the thumb and fingers. This skill is important for activities such as writing, drawing, and manipulating small objects.

Opposition refers to the ability to bring the pad of the thumb into contact with the pads of the other fingers. This movement is essential for activities such as grasping objects, holding a pencil, and using tools.

Developing these skills is important for children as they are essential for performing everyday tasks and for academic success. Activities such as playing with small toys, using art materials, and engaging in fine motor games can help children develop these skills.
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A motor relearning program is a rehabilitation program designed to help individuals regain motor skills and coordination after an injury or illness. This program typically involves exercises and activities aimed at improving muscle strength, flexibility, and coordination, as well as retraining the brain to control movement and balance. The goal of a motor relearning program is to help individuals regain independence and improve their quality of life. This type of program is often used in physical therapy and occupational therapy settings to help individuals recover from conditions such as stroke, traumatic brain injury, or spinal cord injury.
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Stroke hand hypertonia is a medical condition characterized by excessive muscle tension and stiffness in the hands, commonly observed in stroke patients. This can result in hand dysfunction and discomfort.

With E12 Soft Robotic specific strength adustment system, you can find the most proper assitant power for your condition.
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Fine motor skills involve the coordination of small muscles in the hands and fingers to perform tasks that require precision and dexterity. This includes activities such as buttoning a shirt, using scissors, and tying shoelaces.
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SYREBO Rehabilitation Glove E12 (Voice Model) : Hand Finger Stroke Rehabilitation Training Robot

SYREBO Rehabilitation Glove E12 (Voice Model) : Hand Finger Stroke Rehabilitation Training Robot


SYREBO Rehabilitation Glove E12 (Voice Model) : Hand Finger Stroke Rehabilitation Training Robot

Size: M
Affected hand: Left hand

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