The description of ReHand, Hand Rehabilitation App on the Tablet
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Tired of the typical protocol using a stress ball and a paper sheet of rehabilitation exercises after suffering a fracture or a wrist, hand or finger’s pathology?
ReHand is an innovative rehabilitation tool for wrist, hand and finger rehabilitation through the Tablet. Developed by a team of physiotherapists and under the guidance of medical professionals in the sector, ReHand implements a series of exercises based on the most up-to-date scientific evidence, achieving an improvement in manual variables such as dexterity, strength and functionality of the hand, necessary for optimal recovery. The exercises are performed directly on the tablet screen and, depending on the performance, a series of scores are generated, allowing you to observe your progress.
ReHand focuses on the trauma field. In this way, through ReHand you will be able to work on the rehabilitation of the hand in traumatological pathologies with a limitation of this, through therapeutic exercise.
We are currently conducting clinical trials in leading hospitals and health insurance companies through a multi-centre project, with the aim of completing ReHand's field of action, so that it can be a fully scientifically validated tool.
ReHand has won several awards related to new technologies and enjoys the support of the Andalusian College of Physiotherapists. It has also been presented at national and European medical congresses with an excellent acceptance by professionals.
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Any changes made from one version to another that involve relevant changes in the way the application works or are essential in terms of health information, will be placed in the version notes in the markets, will be included in the description of the app and/or -if their relevance so requires- will be communicated to all users through the e-mail address used in the registry.
ReHand does not replace at any time the recommendation, opinion or diagnosis made by the healthcare professional responsible for the patient, being a support tool, so its use is recommended under its guidelines.
For more information about ReHand, visit www.rehand.net.