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Reclaim your life
after stroke.

IPSIHAND HAS BEEN GRANTED DE NOVO CLASSIFICATION BY THE FDA.

Our breakthrough solutions harness brain activity to facilitate motor recovery to help you regain your independence.

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Expanding Options

By harnessing the healthy parts of the brain, we bring new treatment options to patients who have impaired mobility or may be unable to move their arm or hand.

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Accessibility & Convenience

Our wearable, non-invasive technology provides rehabilitation in the most convenient patient environments with use in the home or clinic.

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Improving Outcomes

Leveraging breakthrough, wearable robotics and brain-computer interface technology with clinically proven results provides the potential of significantly improved outcomes for upper extremity rehabilitation.

Eric Leuthardt MD _ Neurolutions _ Co-Founder and CSO

"The Neurolutions IpsiHand is the next generation solution that meets a stroke patient where they are and empowers them through advanced thought-driven neurotechnology to potentially rewire their brains through the power of their own minds."

Dr. Eric C. Leuthardt, MD

Co-Founder & CSO

Neurolutions

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The science behind
the technology.

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Connect

Our unique brain interface technology leverages the healthy part of the brain to mentally control a wearable robotic hand peice, converting patient thoughts to physically open and close the impaired hand, facilitating upper extremity rehabilitation.

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Train

Grounded in the principle that neurons that fire together wire together, the IpsiHand technology uses brain signals from the uninjured, or ipsilateral, side of the brain to improve arm and hand function.

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Reinforce

IpsiHand technology utilizes the individual's intent to move their hand, even if they cannot physically do it themselves. As the patient thinks about opening their hand, the robotic hand piece physically opens their impaired hand, facilitating recovery through repetitive reinforcement.

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