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Hand Therapy Equipment-MHR

Posted By: meddomedical

Date: Wed, 25 Oct 2023

Price: $4,500.00

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https://www.meddomedical.com/products/hand-therapy-equipment-mhr.html


The product utilizes cameras to get the images of the healthy hand and inverts the images to the affected side and carries out standard, systematic operation of training so as to form optical illusion and realize the goal of activating specific brain zones. Clinical evidence shows that the product plays certain role in the central nervous system, improves the peripheral functions, effectively improves the hand feeling of patients and dyskinesia, reduces the disability rate and enhances the life quality of patients.


Specification of Hand Therapy Equipment-MHR
Item Specifications
Host lifting range 0-400mm
Physician end size ≥18 Inch
Patient end size ≥25 Inch
Built in wide angle capture range 0-120°
Features of Hand Therapy Equipment-MHR


Integrated mobile design for the convenience of transfer;


Height can be adjusted to suit the body shapes of various patients;


Ergonomic base design, convenient for patients in a wheelchair;


Two-screen display is adopted so that doctors and patients can operate and control separately.


Mirror Therapy:
Mirror visual feedback (MVF) as a direct central stimulus. It has better stimulation targeting, can specifically activate brain activity, sensory cortex, to achieve the goal of rehabilitation.


Bilateral Upper Limb Training:
Normalization of the cerebral cortex, development of ipsilateral motor pathways and neural feedback.


Motor Imagery Therapy:
The imagination combines active visual and auditory loops that can strengthen training, to enhance the patient's perception of information and transmition to the brain signal. During the training process, regenerate lesion impaired neural synaptic function.


Virtual Reality Technology:
Provide virtual environment and virtual objects, allow users and virtual objects to interactively operate between the realization of visual, tactile and other feedback information. Virtual reality games apply to functional training for stroke patients.


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