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At-Home Occupational Therapy for Stroke Shoulder, Arm and Hand Rehab is in your Control

As a survivor of a stroke, traumatic brain injury or spinal cord injury, we understand you want to recover as much strength, range of motion and grip as possible. With the NeuroBall™ Platform, you can manage your occupational therapy at home, on your schedule with NeuroBall.

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Why Choose NeuroBall

Learn how NeuroBall can help you with home rehab.

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Fun and Interactive

Therapy activities and games provide feedback, the ability to track activities and a leaderboard where you can gauge progress and connect with others.

Easy to use

  • Turn it on and connect to WiFi
  • Attach to either hand using simple velcro strap
  • Quickly calibrate to your specific abilities
  • Pick an activity and Go!


Lightweight, wireless and battery powered so you can train any time, anywhere.


With no contract and a low monthly subscription, the NeuroBall Home Program is a low-cost alternative to other pricier therapy devices at just $6.63 per day. Plus, you’ll save money on gas and time/effort required to go to therapy appointments.

We often hear that patients want to:

  • Train whenever you like with a wide variety of games and activities that challenge you as you improve. Weekends or nights? No problem! Increments of 15 minutes? No Problem!
  • Perform rehab activities from the comfort and safety of your own home. No need to get dressed, set up therapy appointments, and arrange transportation.
  • Conduct home rehab activities independently, without caregiver or professional support.
  • Improve grip, range of motion and functionality from your bed, couch, kitchen table or anywhere that fits your lifestyle. All you need is space about the size of a shoebox and a wifi connection.
  • Continue great stroke therapy after your prescribed outpatient visits are over. At just under $7 per day, NeuroBall will help you achieve the fullest recovery possible of your shoulder, arm and hand.

Occupational therapy at home

Our Clinical Specialists will train and support you every step of the way to make sure you get the most out of your NeuroBall subscription. Connect with others in the NeuroBall community and compare progress on the leaderboard.

Effective, simple to use and fun, NeuroBall puts you in control of your stroke therapy.

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Backed By Clinical Evidence

NeuroBall has been studied in clinical trials where users report that NeuroBall is enjoyable, safe and comfortable to use independently. After a brief in-clinic training session with a therapist, NeuroBall users reported:

Could strengthen and improve Independently
Found NeuroBall Helpful to Rehab
Wanted to Continue Using at Home
Enjoyed Training and Games

In two different studies at a leading university, NeuroBall users reported better arm and hand movement, including being able to use a knife and fork, button a shirt and wash pots and pans after 7 weeks of NeuroBall therapy. Many users also reported that using NeuroBall reduced their shoulder pain.

Using a Knife and Fork
Buttoning a Shirt
Washing Pots and Pans

Frequently Asked Questions

How Does NeuroBall Benefit My Patients?

Designed with the input of hundreds of therapists and patients, NeuroBall enables high dose, high repetition upper extremity therapy to help patients improve their ability to perform activities of daily living and regain their independence. The fun and engaging games and activities become increasingly challenging as patients improve, and encourage training every day. In clinical studies, NeuroBall users performed over 20 times more repetitions at home with NeuroBall than compared to a conventional therapy session in the clinic1.

How Does NeuroBall Achieve These Results?

The NeuroBall Package includes a tablet pre-loaded with games and activities that have been specifically designed to train the key upper extremity movements needed for Activities of daily Living (ADLs). Clinical training, ongoing support and new features and games are also included at no additional charge with every NeuroBall Package. Specifically, NeuroBall trains:

  • Individual finger flexion and extension
  • Grasp and release
  • Wrist flexion and extension
  • Forearm pronation and supination
  • Wrist circumduction
  • Elbow flexion and extension
  • Shoulder flexion and extension
  • Grip strength

NeuroBall motivates patients to use their arm and hand more than ever before, encouraging them to do hundreds of reps every day. A high number of reps is required to trigger neuroplasticity and leads to motor recovery.

Which of My Patients Can Benefit?

NeuroBall is suitable for in clinic and home use in a wide range of patient diagnoses and severity levels. In general, if someone can actively or passively open their hand and place it around a water bottle, and sit upright (with or without assistance) for 5 minutes, they can use NeuroBall. See our Patient Selection Guidelines here for more information. View the contraindications here.

What’s Included in the NeuroBall Package?

The NeuroBall Package includes the NeuroBall and base, a tablet computer pre-loaded with games and activities, a rechargeable battery, a charger, a screen protector and a tablet stand. Clinical training and ongoing support is also provided to all users. Software updates with new features and activities are automatic and included at no additional charge.

Do You Have Clinical Evidence?

Yes. NeuroBall has been studied in two clinical trials at a leading university (Brunel University, London, UK). These trials have demonstrated exceptional ease of use, high patient satisfaction, engagement and adherence, as well as meaningful improvements in upper extremity motion and ability to perform Activities of Daily Living. Importantly, patients were able to do more frequent and more intense upper limb activities, but without an increase in fatigue, spasticity or pain. View details of those studies. Abstracts have been accepted for presentation at the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine and the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation conferences and papers have been submitted for publication in peer-reviewed scientific journals.

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