Exercise Unit Design Aims to Improve Finger Strength and Dexterity
The Hand Gym Exercise Unit, available through the Wayne, NJ-based company Maddak Inc, is built to help improve finger strength and dexterity in patients with arthritis, partial paralysis, multiple sclerosis (MS), CVA, spinal cord injury (SCI), or individuals recovering from hand surgery.
The company’s website states that the Hand Gym Exercise Unit is a therapeutic hand exerciser, engineered to help improve strength, dexterity, and range of motion using isometric and resistive movements while the hand is positioned for optimal functioning. Finger joints can also be exercised individually or together.
The site adds that in order to reduce pain that some patients may experience as a result of stretching, the exercises can be done with the hands and the Hand Gym Exercise Unit immersed in warm water. The product weighs 12 ounces and includes an instruction booklet with illustrations.
For more information, visit www.maddak.com
[Source: Maddak Inc]