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The Motus Home Hand Mentor
& Digital Therapist

  $349/mo

  • Hand Mentor
  • Touchscreen
  • 30-day risk free trial
  • Telehealth
  • Personalized therapy
  • Personalized reports
  • 24-7 clinical support
  • Software updates

30 Day Risk-Free Trial:
Return the device in the first 30
days and recieve a full refund
no questions asked.

Promotional Offer:
Do 25+ hours of therapy in the
first 30 days and get your first
month’s payment waived.

A Better Way to Recover

What the Motus Home System is Designed to do:

The hand mentor is an FDA Class 1 device designed to help stroke survivors recover at home
The Hand Mentor is the first Stroke Rehab device that provides active assistance. It moves the user like a skilled physical therapist.
It is clinically proven to be as effective as outpatient therapy while being more convenient, affordable, and accessible.

At-home Stroke Therapy

How it Works:

The Hand Mentor is a robotic device able to figure out your movement limitations and provide assistance where you need help to increase your ROM and strength through interactive games.
Robotic active assistance:
The device moves you!
Personalized AI assistance:
Difficulty is adjusted for each user.
Based on clinical foundation:
of repetitions and neuroplasticity.
Advanced Analytics:
Tracks and reports your progress.
The Hand Mentor is the first Stroke
Rehab device that is active. It moves the
user like a skilled physical therapist.

What Are Your Goals?

Based on your needs, we will design an exercise routine for your recovery goals.
Motus is as effective as outpatient therapy while being more convenient, affordable, and accessible.

Pricing

Traditional Outpatient Therapy vs. Motus Home

Guided Active Assistance:

 3
hr/week

 15
hr/week

Time Needed:

 12
months

 3
months

Estimated Cost:

 $7,332  
Insured
$15,000
Uninsured

$1150

What You'll Receive:

Digital Therapist & Touch Screen
Power Cord
The Motus Home Hand Mentor

How to Put on:

Proper fitting of the Hand Mentor is
essential to an effective therapy
experience. When strapping in for the
first time, periodically check the
movement and placement of your hand
to ensure it has not slipped forward or
rearward inside the Hand Piece.

You should be seated comfortably in a
chair with good back support. When
positioning your arm, your wrist and
hand should be able to be relaxed and
allow a full range of flexion.
1. With your device set on the table, unwrap one side of the Forearm Straps.
2. Unwrap the front hand straps.
3. Place the device on your arm.
4. With your arm extended under and through the device, place your hand on the hand pad.
5. Make sure the wrist of your affected hand is aligned with axis of rotation of the device.
6. Strap your hand into the device.
7. Tighten the screws on the sides that of the hand section firmly.
8. Grab the two straps that you opened in step one and bring them around your forearm.

Reviews

“I think it’s user friendly when it’s speciacally designed for your deficits. You do not have to be an IT person to use it. You don’t need to move it around after you get it setup…You set the goals with the staff, and you meet those small goals little by little. I think that’s important for a stroke survivor. I like the availability. You could exercise and work on your deficit as much as you want. You didn’t have to make an appointment. It was in your house. I like that. The ease of operation and the availability. I like that about it.”

—Deborah St. Clair , Stroke Survivor

“After he’d been cut off from his physical therapy last November, he got depressed and he would get angry with me when I would make him do his exercises. Now he’s in a much better mood and his depression has lifted.”

—Spouse of US Veteran, Stroke Survivor Caregiver

“I was introduced to the Hand Mentor…and the immediate benefits were that I could see some progress being made on the first day, which was incredible because I had virtually no movement in the arm or the hand. And you know just moving it a sixteenth of an inch here or there made a heck of a difference. I would say that comparing it to other things I did in the clinic, it was more fun…so it took a lot of monotony out of what we would do every day, and that was the whole key for me.”

—Steve S., Stroke Survivor

“I started using it for about a couple months, and I started immediately seeing improvement in my range in both hands as well as function… one of the activities I was apprehensive about beforehand was cooking. Never thought it was something even in my wildest dreams that I could attempt. As I started gaining more strength in my hand, not only the strength but the confidence to try new things that led me to be able to do more activities in my life.”

—Kapil M., Spinal Injury Survivor

“I noticed a difference almost immediately…my arm feels much looser and limber, less stiff, and easier to move.”

—US Veteran, Stroke Survivor

“I can close my fingers. I couldn’t close them before. I can grip things and pick them up. I have a little bit of a harder time letting go of stuff, but we’re working on that part, and the Hand Mentor actually helps that a lot… And it works really well. It was kind of cool with the way it works with the of games on it. Makes it a little more interactive. The amount of function I have now compared to what I had right after is probably 80% different. I’m not retired. I am still working a full-time job. I still go to the gym. I do all that stuff, so it would fit in really nice at home.”

—Dan S. , Stroke Survivor & Orthopedic Surgeon

“We’d have to go to Decatur [Georgia] from here and that’s a good 4 hours with travel time. Normally when we have a doctor’s appointment, we’d leave at around 4 in the morning so that we can get down there…I wouldn’t have done the therapy if I had to go down there.”

—Injured US Veteran, Stroke Survivor

“I’ve got a lot more movement out of my hand since these last two projects I’ve worked on with the Hand Mentor. Now I can pull my pants up and button them without laying on my back and pull them together with one hand. I’m able to stand up and hold it and do things like that. I’ve enjoyed working with the hand mentor, there’s no question about it it’s helped me a lot.”

—John R., Stroke Survivor

The Motus Home System
is Recommended

The hand and foot mentors are FDA Class 1 devices backed by decades of research and use in scientific studies and clinical trials.
It is currently used by top rehab hospitals and recomended by leading surgeons and neurologists.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes it does work and has shown and proven to help thousands of stroke survivors. See what a stroke survivor has to say about his experience with the Hand Mentor.

“I’ve got a lot more movement out of my hand since these last two projects I’ve worked on with the Hand Mentor. Now I can pull my pants up and button them without laying on my back and pull them together with one hand. I’m able to stand up and hold it and do things like that. I’ve enjoyed working with the hand mentor, there’s no question about it it’s helped me a lot.”

John R. Stroke Survivor
Yes, the Hand Mentor Home can help by providing a series of task-guided stretching and passive range of motion exercises.

“I was introduced to the Hand Mentor… and the immediate benefits were that I could see some progress being made on the first day, which was incredible because I had virtually no movement in the arm or the hand. And you know just moving it a sixteenth of an inch here or there made a heck of a difference. I would say that comparing it other things I did in the clinic, it was more fun… so it took a lot of monotony out of what we would do every day, and that was the whole key for me.”

Steve S. Stroke Survivor
The Hand Mentor Home helps fingers.

“I can close my fingers. I couldn’t close them before. I can grip things and pick them up. I have a little bit of a harder time letting go of stuff, but we’re working on that part, and the Hand Mentor actually helps that a lot… And it works really well. It was kind of cool with the way it works with the of games on it. Makes it a little more interactive. The amount of function I have now compared to what I had right after is probably 80% different. I’m not retired. I am still working a full-time job. I still go to the gym. I do all that stuff, so it would fit in really nice at home.”

Merri E. Stroke Survivor
Yes, the Hand Mentor helps people get many repetitions and hours of therapy, which are needed in many cases. The active assistance of the device helps simulate the actions of a skilled therapist, and the system also adjusts based on a user's needs.

“I started using it for about a couple months, and I started immediately seeing improvement in my range in both hands as well as function… one of the activities I was apprehensive about beforehand was cooking. Never thought it was something even in my wildest dreams that I could attempt. As I started gaining more strength in my hand, not only the strength but the confidence to try new things that led me to be able to do more activities in my life.”

Kapil M. Traumatic Brain Injury Patient
Don't take our word for it. See what an actual OT thinks as she describes her experience seeing how the Hand Mentor has actually helped people, discusses how easy it is for stroke survivors to use, and how the device would be great for a home program. Hundreds of OTs and PTs around the country have provided similar feedback.

“One of the first things patients tell me when they use the Hand Mentor is that they immediately realize they are using their hand. That it’s their hand making the movements…They love the interaction with the games, and the fact that they’re able to participate…I absolutely think the Hand Mentor would be a wonderful part of a home program. I think it would engage the patient. Because of its ease of use very, little caregiver involvement is required. And it would allow a patient to get the active repetitive motions they need.”

Sharon B. Occupational Therapist
Pioneer of latest stroke research, Dr. Steve Wolf is a fellow in the APTA, the highest honor in physical therapy. He is a professor in the Departments of Rehabilitation Medicine, Geriatrics and Cell Biology, Emory University School of Medicine. Dr. Wolf has over 35 years of experience studying stroke rehabilitation and leading some of the largest clinical trials to investigate novel interventions to improve motor control. He’s received many prestigious awards:
- American Physical Therapy Association, Living Legend Lifetime achievement award, 2009
- John J.H. Maley Award for Leadership in Physical Therapy Research, 2008
- Dr. Steven Wolf Appreciation Day, Outstanding Contributions to Rehabilitation in Georgia: Warner-Robbins, GA, 1998
- Association of Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback President, 1991-92

“The Importance of that observation is that it demonstrated to be possible that the use of the device, the Hand Mentor in this case, provides a therapeutic value, which is equivalent to that of a therapist, not to replace the therapist but equivalent to a therapist, and then has the potential for reducing the total cost required for therapy.”

Dr. Steven L. Wolf Physical Therapist, Doctorate of Neurophysiology, FAPTA

Our Other Devices

The Motus Home Foot Mentor & Digital Therapist
  $699/mo
  • Foot Mentor
  • Touchscreen
  • 30-day risk free trial
  • Telehealth
  • Personalized therapy
  • Personalized reports
  • 24-7 clinical support
  • Software updates

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