Repetitive training of functional movements is known to be efficient in restoring motor function. The ManovoSpring was specifically designed for the training of grasping and releasing movements in patients with impaired hand functions following strokes, traumatic brain injuries or other neurological disorders. In combination with the ArmeoSpring, the ManovoSpring allows even severely impaired patients to practice reach and retrieval movements in a large 3D workspace. The ManovoSpring is based on the HandSOME technology developed at the Catholic University of America and National Rehabilitation Hospital of Washington DC, USA by Prof. P. Lum and E. Brokaw.
The availability of the ManovoSpring depends on national registration procedures.