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Thanks @MusicGlove really cool device for stroke patients-  mom's hand and fingers are trying to "fire"!

Thanks really cool device for stroke patients- mom's hand and fingers are trying to "fire"!

Stroke rehab     Passive range of motion (pROM) helps prevent joint contractures and maintain joint flexibility for the paralyzed limb. It is done by passively moving a limb through its available range of motion. The stroke survivor can perform the exercises alone or have a caregiver help. The following are examples of how to do self passive range of motion arm exercises without assistance from a caregiver.       Clasp Hands  Lying down, clasp your hands together to prepare for doing

Stroke rehab Passive range of motion (pROM) helps prevent joint contractures and maintain joint flexibility for the paralyzed limb.

Mirror Therapy for Individuals with hemiplegia after CVA or Stoke. The individuals moves their unaffected hand but they SEE both hands moving! This causes activity in the motor areas of the affected side of the brain.

THIS IS AWESOME! Mirror Therapy for Individuals with hemiplegia after CVA or Stoke. The individuals moves their unaffected hand but they SEE both hands moving! This causes activity in the motor areas of the affected side of the brain.

Stroke Balance Exercises:   (1) Weight Shift R & L (2) Weight Shift F & B (3) Lean on Elbow (4) Reach toward Weak Side (5) Reach Forward w/ Hands Clasped (6) Sit to Stand w/ Hands Clasped

Stroke Balance Exercises: Weight Shift R & L Weight Shift F & B Lean on Elbow Reach toward Weak Side Reach Forward w/ Hands Clasped Sit to Stand w/ Hands Clasped

Saebo Flex: Hand function is once again possible. The SaeboFlex allows individuals suffering from neurological impairments such as stroke the ability to incorporate their hand functionally in therapy and at home by supporting the weakened wrist, hand, and fingers.  #stroke #strokerecovery

Learned about the SaeboFlex in Clinicals. its amazing what this contraption can do for patients!

wrist joint movements | Essentials of Hand Surgery

For your reference, use the diagram below to better understand the terms used when describing your hand or to help describe your condition to your health care professional. MOTION TERMINOLOGY (image via ASSH) Hand Surgery Singapore Reference Part 1

Occupational Therapy Hand Exercise Methods for Stroke Victims #occupationaltherapy #OTmonth #OT

Occupational Therapy Hand Exercise Methods for Stroke Victims

Occupational Therapy Hand Exercise Methods for Stroke Victims Resource @ bottom: stroke recovery guide

Disabilities of the Arm, Shoulder, and Hand (DASH) Outcome Measure - Great tool for a hand therapy setting

Disabilities of the Arm, Shoulder, and Hand (DASH) Outcome Measure - Great tool for a hand therapy setting.I use this every day!

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