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Patient can use their affected hand to manipulate the real objects and the therapist can design a specific training program according to the patient’s motor level using Mirror Hand.
Passive Range of Movement Training
Passive Range of Motion Exercises (PROM) involve the repeated flexing/extension and opening/closing of the fingers. The patient does not need to apply effort, and does not need to use his or her unaffected hand to drive the affected hand. The goal of this type of exercise is to perform joint range of motion training and prevent spasticity.
Provide multiple stimulation speeds, directions, and stimulation depth to achieve the sensory cognitive estimation. The PhiDrive Tactile stimulator has been performed in a series of psychophysical experiments to investigate the perception of motion on multiple fingers.