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Task-Oriented Exercise Using the ArmeoSpring Arm & Hand Rehabilitation Exoskeleton
What Do We Do?
Participants will complete a 6 week (18 session) task-oriented therapy program using the ArmeoSpring by Hocoma. ArmeoSpring is specifically designed for individuals who are beginning to regain active movement of the arm and hand and can benefit those who have suffered strokes, traumatic brain injury or neurological disorders resulting in hand and arm impairment.
Screen for eligibility, perform baseline evaluations.
Treatment sessions, either 30 minutes or 1 hour per session with either 1 on 1 therapist attention or 1 therapist for 2 patients.
- 6 weeks of 30 minutes of one on one training or equivalent to 18 sessions.
- 6 weeks of 30 minutes of two to one training or equivalent to 18 sessions.
- 6 weeks of 1 hour of one on one training or equivalent to 18 sessions.
- 6 weeks of 1 hour of two to one training or equivalent to 18 sessions.
Discharge evaluation (Armeo device evaluations & clinical evaluations).
3-month Follow up evaluation (Armeo device evaluations & clinical evaluations).
What is the ArmeoSpring?
The ArmeoSpring is suitable for the widest range of individuals from severely to moderately affected.
- This ergonomic exoskeleton enables functional and self-initiated movement therapy.
- Provides an extensive 3D workspace and supports simultaneous arm and hand therapy.
- Motivates participants with Augmented Performance Feedback exercises for arm and hand training.
- Provides assessments for an objective analysis and documentation of individual progress.
How Do I Enroll?
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (914) 597-2111 for a free consultation.
Visit Enrollment Form & Process - Upper Limb Program, download and complete the enrollment forms and return to the Restorative Neurology Clinic.