Have you suffered a stroke?
Are you experiencing a loss of arm functionality?
How IpsiHand Works
1. After Stroke
Motor cortex damage can result in impaired motor function, limiting arm and hand movement. The muscles in the arm and hand are fine, but the brain has a hard time connecting.
As you concentrate on moving the affected hand, healthy parts of the brain produce signals that are sensed by the EEG Headset.
IpsiHand recognizes your intent from healthy parts of your brain. The system opens and closes the robotic handpiece in response to your intention to move your hand.
Repeated therapy may improve motor function by strengthening connections and encouraging new pathways to healthy parts of the brain. What fires together, wires together.
Travel with IpsiHand
Get a peek at what makes the IpsiHand so ground-breaking.
Stroke survivor Mark Forrest’s inspiring journey with Neurolutions’ non-invasive EEG headset highlights the transformative power of neurorehabilitation.
Unveil the future of neurorehabilitation with the IpsiHand system, empowering stroke patients to regain hand control through brain-computer interface technology.
Mark’s Journey to Get Back on the Water
Learn how to set up the Neurolutions IpsiHand system so you can get started on your journey to regain use of your hand after a stroke.
Learn how the IpsiHand system by Neurolutions empowers stroke survivors to regain hand control and independence by harnessing the power of their mind, revolutionizing stroke rehabilitation.
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