The NeuroBall Platform offers clinicians a physical and digital therapeutic program for traumatic brain injury and stroke recovery. Specifically designed to be an extension of clinical therapy sessions that can be done at home, NeuroBall enables patients to continue performing increasingly challenging, repetitive movements, with supervision and on their own. Our proprietary tablet-based software is easy to use and fun, making it more likely that patients will recover neuroplasticity after a stroke, spinal cord or traumatic brain injury.
How does the NeuroBall™ generate Neuroplasticity after a stroke?
Stroke Recovery Equipment for Clinic and Home Rehab
Patients can connect with others using app-based activities and games with feedback, tracking, and leaderboards.
Easy to use
- Turn it on and connect to WiFi
- Insert/use with either hand
- Calibrate device to the software
- Pick an activity and Go!
Lightweight, wireless and battery powered so you can use NeuroBall in outpatient, inpatient, gym, group, bedside and wheelchair bound patients who need arm, hand and shoulder neuro rehab.
Advanced sensors detect the smallest movements, enabling rehab for patients that need shoulder, arm and hand rehab.
Because NeuroBall is non-invasive and doesn’t require a prescription, you have the flexibility to try it across the entire spectrum of upper extremity care and range of conditions including stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury, neuropathy, MS, and more.
A variety of options to fit any budget, from a low month-to-month rental to full purchase.
NeuroBall is FDA registered as a Class I medical device.
In the Clinic
After a quick training session, patients can train on their own. Because NeuroBall adapts to even the smallest movement, your patient can progress with whatever movement capability they have. NeuroBall provides biofeedback in the form of engaging therapeutic games and activities to promote patient buy-in to their therapy and motivate them to train more.
Extend therapy sessions by having your patients perform high repetition therapy at home. NeuroBall is designed to be used by patients independently with occasional therapist check-ins. You can monitor compliance and progress remotely with NeuroBall’s helpful tracking software.
Who Will Benefit
Patients with upper extremity weakness and loss of range of motion due to a neurological condition, including stroke, traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury can benefit from NeuroBall. From mild to severe impairment, NeuroBall can greatly improve neuroplasticity after injury. Most patients who can place their hand around a bottle of water and sit upright for 5 minutes can use NeuroBall.See Our Patient Selection Guidelines
How It Works
NeuroBall is an innovative digital therapy platform designed with the input of over 300 therapists and patients. Outfitted with an array of highly sophisticated sensors, it detects, measures and tracks even the smallest of movements. The NeuroBall Package comes with a tablet computer preloaded with therapy games and activities that have been specifically designed to train all of the upper extremity joints needed for Activities of Daily Living (ADLs):
Backed By Clinical Evidence
Two clinical trials at a leading university (Brunel University, London) demonstrated exceptional ease of use, high patient engagement, reduction in arm pain and improvements in movement quality and patients’ ability to perform activities of daily living.
The 2nd clinical trial also demonstrated patients were able to do more frequent and more intense upper limb activities without an increase in fatigue, spasticity or pain.
At-Home Feasibility Study
The average number of daily repetitions during one seven-week at-home study was more than 20 times that seen in a typical upper extremity session.
In-Clinic Usability Study
Feedback from an in-clinic feasibility study demonstrated that patients were easily able to use NeuroBall independently and found it helpful to their rehab.
Average Number of Repetitions per DayOver 20x more than a typical rehab session
Patients reported that the quality and amount of movement improved and they were able to use their affected arm and hand more in a wide range of ADLs, including: