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Motus Stroke Rehab Exercises Can Boost Your Home Exercise Program
“The Hand Mentor robotic-assisted therapy paired with a HEP can be successfully delivered within a home environment to a person with stroke. When combined with a home exercise program, the Hand Mentor provides similar or greater improvements in upper limb function than home exercise alone. Robotic assisted therapy is an efficacious adjunct to a HEP program to elicit substantial improvements in upper extremity motor function especially in those persons with stroke who lack access to stroke rehabilitation centers.”
“The Hand Mentor improves upper limb function to the same extent as traditional therapy interventions (home exercise program). The device is portable and has a wireless and Web-based capability of transmitting data from a home to a secured base station. As a result, the TR component may be a practical and valuable approach to delivering poststroke care when limited resources, manpower shortages, long distances, or compromised patient mobility restrict or limit access to other treatment locations; however, a more detailed selection of users will be required before this approach could become better than a home-based exercise program.”
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 *