Upper limbs 2018-06-08T08:15:52+00:00

RGS training exercises for the upper limbs

The target is to improve the upper limbs range of movements and correct posture

Motor training

  • Control of movement range and speed
  • Reaching
    • Elbow flexion/extension
    • Shoulder adduction/abduction
    • Shoulder flexion/extension
  • Bimanual coordination
  • Posture
  • Alternate coordination
  • Trunk control
  • Head control

Cognitive training

  • Attention
    • Sustained Attention
    • Divided Attention
  • Action planning
  • Memory
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SPHEROIDS

In this training program, the patient must reach approaching spheres at different speeds and frequencies. As the patient performs better the spheres become smaller and faster.

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PIN BALL

The coloured spheres will fall in and roll upfront. The patient has to catch or reach only those spheres with a predefined colour. This protocol is designed for motor and cognitive rehabilitation.

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AIR HOCKEY

In this training program, the patient must reach and hit the pucks in the direction of the goal. The position of the pucks and the size of the goal will change according to the performance of the patient.

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FOLLOW THE LINE

In this training program, the patient must follow a line with the movements of the hand while training divided attention.

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GRAB AND PLACE

The goal of this program is to train precision and coordination of the upper limbs, alternating hands for reaching, grasping and releasing.

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ROADTRIP

Designed for trunk control, balance and shoulder rehabilitation. The patient can control the direction of a kart by leaning his body to the sides while reaching targets with his hands.

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CONSTELLATIONS

This protocol is designed to promote vertical movements of the trunk arms as well as the estimation of distance and movement precision.

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CLEAN THE TABLE

Using both arms and hands the patient should remove all the cubes from the table.

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BRICKS

In this activity, the patient must use his arms to hit a ball and destroy all the bricks on the field.

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BOAT

In this exercise the user is constantly moving in a boat, controlling its direction with the movements of the trunk.

We can help you recover if you had a stroke or any neurological disorder with motor and cognitive disabilities

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