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Take Upper Extremity Rehab to the Next Level

NeuroBall is transforming neurological rehab. Easy to use, engaging and affordable, NeuroBall enables clinicians and their patients to maximize upper extremity rehab in the clinic and at home.

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Watch Neurofenix Clinical Specialist Daniel Scott demonstrate NeuroBall in action and show why it’s the best way to recover arm and hand function after a neurological injury such as stroke, traumatic and spinal cord injury.

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Angela’s Story

We’re so proud to see how much Angela has progressed using NeuroBall. By playing the fun games and tracking her progress on the Leaderboard, she’s able to see how much she’s improved.

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Clinicians and Patients Agree

NeuroBall is a Game Changer

Emerging technologies, such as the NeuroBall, can play a role in encouraging people to perform higher amounts of the right activities, and can do it in a way that might be more entertaining than traditional exercises.

Professor Dr. Nick Ward Consultant Neurologist, The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery London

It’s very simple to use and allows for you to do hundreds of repetitions of the movements you need to work on. It’s easy to incorporate into my routine. I train everyday for at least 45 minutes.  I’ve been able to do more repetitions on a daily basis and feel engaged with what I’m doing. My shoulder is stronger and doesn’t constantly ache anymore. I can also do more with my arm in the gym and in general in my daily routine. I can externally rotate my shoulder pretty much fully.

Kashan B. Stroke Survivor

NeuroBall is a much-needed option to fill a ‘gap in the therapeutic space,’ specifically for arm and hand weakness after suffering a neurological injury such as a stroke or traumatic brain Injury. The portability of the technology allows for usage in many settings including in clinic, at home and even when traveling.

Avrielle Rykman Peltz, MA, OTR/L Executive Clinical Director, Rehabologym

We hear from our clients that they are so motivated to get to the next level on a game that they practice over and over again until they get to the next level. As a clinician this is fantastic because I know the repetitive practice will strengthen and improve the activity and support their movement recovery.

Richard Sealy Principal Therapist & Director,
The Neuro Rehab Practice
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