Empowering stroke survivors to get their lives back
The key to recover arm and hand use after a stroke is exercising every day.
However, this can be painfully boring and in fact many survivors stop doing it. This is also because of lack of motivation and support.
Our NeuroBall allows stroke survivors to do hundreds of repetitions daily without even realizing it. That’s because the NeuroBall is a controller used by the impaired hand to play videogames, making exercising fun. But what makes it really special is the fact that we designed it together with stroke survivors, their families, therapists and physicians, so it takes into account your real needs.
Stay tuned about the NeuroBall release in late 2018!
Neurofenix’s NeuroBall is a great addition to your toolkit. It’s fun and engaging, so you can enhance training in-between sessions to amplify your hands-on therapy.
• One-size-fits-all design, suitable for mild to severe impairments
• Extremely motivating, ideal to train in-between sessions
• Possibility to track progress remotely
After leaving the hospital stroke survivors and their families are often given little or no guidance on what to do.
Our NeuroBall gives families, friends and carers a clear way to maximise your
oved one’s potential to get better:
• Get clear instructions on type and duration of exercises
• Empower your loved ones to self-manage their training
• Keep up motivation with daily rewards and by measuring improvement
Our NeuroBall can be beneficial to anyone with an impaired hand and/or arm who needs to get better, including individuals with: traumatic brain injury, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury, cerebral palsy, osteoarthritis and hand injuries.
Leave us your contact details so you can be one of the first to get the
Neurofenix’s NeuroBall on its release in late 2018!