Hand, wrist and fingers rehabilitation via Tablet

ReHand is not just an app, it is a method to prescribe, treat and monitor your patients. See who uses ReHand below.

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  • Who uses ReHand?

    +600.000

    Exercises performed by patients

    +5.000

    No. of hours used

    423

    Days exercised

    15

    Countries and growing

    Here's what the experts have to say about ReHand

    “In our centre we have started to work with ReHand, an application that offers us a very important variety of exercises through the tablet, created specifically for each pathology and its moment of recovery, and which also provides us with the possibility of following an individualised, progressive and daily treatment from home.”

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    Yara Carretón
    Occupational therapist specialised in hand therapy. Hand and upper limb unit in Burgos, Spain

    “We have always worked on the basis of clinical reasoning and therapeutic exercise. We also carried out an ultrasound, mobility and strength assessment of the patient’s injured area. We also worked with the Percutaneous Electrolisis Therapy in the corresponding sessions and with elastic bands and strength and stability exercises, with motor imagery with the Mirror Box.

    But it is true that we were missing something, which was working on the sensorimotor component.

    In this sense, I think that ReHand complements this sensorimotor component of the hand very well, which has been scientifically proven to help a lot in the recovery of injuries.

     

    Javier Urresti
    Physiotherapist in Metropol Salud clinic, Seville, Spain

    ReHand is my day-to-day tool and of all my patients with hand, wrist and/or finger pathologies. We doctors always say that without rehabilitation, there can be no improvement, and ReHand greatly facilitates that part which, on many occasions, is the most difficult for our patients, rehabilitation. We are very happy with the results we are getting since we implemented ReHand in our trauma centre”.

    María Isabel Holgado
    Surgeon Member of Upper Limb Unit and Specialist in Sports Surgery in Advansur, Seville, Spain.

    ReHand has allowed me to follow more closely the evolution of my patients and to quantify their adherence to rehabilitation, as they often perceive that they work at home but the effort they make is not enough to have a good recovery. It has also allowed me to guide my patients’ rehabilitation according to postoperative or conservative treatment needs and biological timing.”

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    Claudia Arroyo Berezowsky
    Orthopaedist and hand surgeon at Centro Medico ABC, Mexico City, Mexico

    ReHand is great for patients because I can see them working also if I’m not with them, and for me is special because I think that hand rehabilitation is 90% active exercise”

    Paolo Giotto
    Fisioterapista spesializing in Hand Therapy. Manusbrescia, Brescia, Italia

    ReHand has provided me a way to complement the treatment sessions with a follow-up of the patient’s progression even with no need for the patient to come to the clinic.”

    Belén Sancho
    Physiotherapist and Hand Therapist in HandBilbao, Bilbao, Spain

    Science

    ReHand has been developed and clinically validated in collaboration with leading academic and healthcare entities.

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    A-0706 Effectiveness of the ReHand tablet app in traumatic and orthopaedic pathology of the wrist, hand and fingers.

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    FESSH & EFSHT 2020 Congress 2 - 4 September, 2020
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    Feedback-guided exercises performed on a tablet touchscreen improve return to work, function, strength and healthcare usage more than an exercise program prescribed on paper for

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    Journal of Physiotherapy - 20 October, 2020
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    Exercises using a touchscreen tablet application improved functional ability more than an exercise program prescribed on paper in people after surgical carpal tunnel release: a

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    Journal of Physiotherapy - 25 April, 2019
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    A-1024 What happens after carpal tunnel release surgery? Evaluation of a digital sensorimotor exercise program after carpal tunnel release.

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    FESSH & EFSHT 2020 Congress - 4 September, 2020
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