The NESS H200 Hand Rehabilitation System is a neuromuscular stimulator designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities associated with brain injury, stroke, spinal cord injury, or other neurological injuries. This system uses mild electrical stimulation to improve arm function and help the user get the most out of therapy while reducing complications such as muscle spasms. The system's two main parts are an orthosis that wraps around the user's forearm and wrist, and a connecte
The NESS L300 Foot Drop System is a functional electrical stimulation (FES) system designed for use by individuals with stroke, traumatic brain injury (TBI), multiple sclerosis (MS), or spinal cord injury (SCI). This wireless system uses mild stimulation to lift the foot to help the user walk more safely and easily. The lightweight unit fits just below the user's knee and can be put on and taken off with one hand.
The NESS L300 Plus System is a functional electrical stimulation (FES) system designed for use by individuals with stroke, traumatic brain injury (TBI), multiple sclerosis (MS), or spinal cord injury (SCI). This wireless system adds a thigh stimulation cuff to the NESS L300 Foot Drop System (see separate entry) to provide knee flexion and extension in addition to ankle dorsiflexion during gait. uses mild stimulation to help the user walk more safely and easily as well as facilitate muscle re-ed
The NeuroControl Freehand System is a myoelectric prosthetic hand designed for use by individuals who have quadriplegia as a result of a spinal cord injury and have some use of an upper arm or shoulder. The system is an implanted medical device which enables many with quadriplegia to regain the use of a paralyzed hand. It combines neural prosthetics, using electrical stimulation to replace the original nerve impulses whose pathway is interrupted by spinal cord injury, with conventional reconstru
WalkAide is a functional electrical stimulator (FES) designed for use by individuals with foot drop. This device simulates the typical nerve-to-muscle signals in the leg and foot, effectively lifting the toes at the appropriate time. The resulting movement is a smoother, more natural and safer stepping motion, and faster walking for longer distances with less fatigue. This device offers one-handed operation and application and is a small, self-contained unit that attaches to the leg below the kn