Indications for hand rehabilitation with the HandTutor

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Indications for hand rehabilitation with the HandTutor™

  • Post Ischemic or Hemorrhagic stroke
  • Hand dexterity improvement following head injuries
  • Hand tremor, quivering and movement Bradykinesia caused by Neurological disorders such as Parkinson’s disease and Essential Tremors
  • Hand Strengthening for patients suffering from Multiple Sclerosis
  • Adult and Child Cerebral Palsy including spastic, ataxic and athetoid mixed cerebral palsy
  • Development Co-ordination Disorders (DCD) including Dyspraxia, characterized by clumsy and physically awkward child hand movements
  • Hand surgery rehabilitation following Tendon transfer or Open Reduction Internal Fixation (ORIF)
  • Elbow, Radius, Ulnar fractures and soft tissue and other forearm injuries
  • Brachial Plexus nerve injury
  • Radial and Ulnar nerve injuries
  • Hand Impairments characterized by limited active range of finger and wrist motion due to muscle weakness and muscle flaccidity
  • Hand movement disorders including benign essential tremor
  • Hand pain management and pain rehabilitation due to Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
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