Stroke recovery exercises with games designed to be fun, interactive and challenging.
Warm up with this activity before you get started on the more challenging games. Adjust the temperature to get hotter and colder as indicated on the thermometer.
Float through the air in paradise on your personal hot air balloon. Watch out! Navigate around birds, airplanes, and other objects to avoid crashing and popping your balloon!
Get a hole-in-one with this game while improving movement control of your hand/foot! Adjust the power and angle at which you hit the ball to get to your goal.
A classic you’ll never get tired of! Blast invaders with your spaceship’s lasers and rack up bonus points as you fly through the galaxy.
Deadlift with Strongman, and help him gain strength for his competition. Lower the weight carefully to ensure he keeps his form, and take breaks in between sets for optimal gains.
Play a game of digital ping-pong with this interactive activity! Move around to catch and hit the ball back to prevent the opponent from scoring a point.
Gamble! Pull the lever on the slot machine and try to win the jackpot!
Can you break the given bricks without dropping the ball? Give it a try with brick breaker and see how many levels you can pass without losing the ball.
Conduct a musical ensemble with Symphony! Match the music notes as they scroll by to compose your masterpiece.
Test your fishing skills in this challenging lakeside simulator. Can you reel in a big one?
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Are you getting enough therapy to regain function?
Regaining function requires 400-600 repetitions daily.
Nudo, et al. 1996
Average dose completed in traditional outpatient therapy is
Lang, et al. 2009
Motus users average dose per therapy session was
Housley, et al. 2016 *
Compared to average insured outpatient rehab, cost is
same price for 3x.
the effective dose.
The only FDA Class 1 at-home
stroke rehab device with
in the world.
*Repetition is activity dependent and is defined as either
two or three sign changes of velocity in movement.
Limited therapy hours is a primary reason stroke recovery takes a long time.
Let’s get to recovery faster by boosting your hours of rehab!