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Their Success is Our Inspiration

Empowering a successful recovery is the reason we exist and the inspiration for our ongoing commitment to improving the lives of patients and their families. Hear their stories and be inspired.

Try it! Definitely helps me stretch my hand and wrist, which is important. Because with [NeuroBall] I can assist with my right hand to stretch. Otherwise, I wouldn’t know how to stretch it the right way.

Cathy Stroke Survivor

My fingers are much more moveable now. My wrist is free as well – a lot more flexible, a lot more movements and lifting it up has become much, much easier as well. I can control it much more.

Marion Stroke Survivor

It has helped using a knife and fork. I feel that I can move my fingers more easily now.

Ray Stroke Survivor

It just feels more relaxed and…it doesn’t hurt so much. I feel more like now I am actually using my arm to do things.. I think it’s improved the strength in that left arm

Elaine Stroke Survivor

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

Didn’t realise how much fine finger and hand movement I’d lost until I started using it. It’s intricate stuff for fingers, really opened up horizons, this has the whole playing field. Grasping pronation supination, extension. I’m enjoying it.

JB Stroke Survivor

My dad has improved greatly since he started using the Neuroball everyday and this has been a noticeable change in his hand/grip strength!

Sumeet Stroke survivor family member

NeuroBall is brilliant. I think it’s for anybody who’s got a disability. I like the games. The games are challenging but they’re good games. I like everything about it.

Paulina Stroke Survivor
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