Each Monday, I will show a device, or share a tip or trick that I have used in the past 6 years, that has helped get me from there to here, in my Stroke Recovery. Some I still use, and always will. Some I have outgrown or is no longer use as part of my ongoing rehab.
So here is device Number 1, and in my opinion, one of the most important.
The SaeboStretch, a Dynamic Resting Hand Splint. What is so special about this device, is that your fingers, hand can move when it needs to, only to return to the original position, once you relax, while avoiding damage to your joints. It also puts your wrist in a functional position, as you sleep. I received mine when I was at inpatient rehab, and it is still going strong, after 6 years. Don't be fooled by the cheap imitations. If it doesn't say SaeboStretch, it isn't. There are many more great features about this device, so if you want to learn more, click the link below.
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