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<em>Saebo</em><strong>Reach</strong>

What is the SaeboReach

Because function does not stop at the wrist and hand

The SaeboReach not only incorporates the affected wrist and hand but also the elbow. The orthosis consists of the SaeboFlex and an above-elbow component. The SaeboReach is ideal for neurologically impaired individuals that have hand and elbow involvement.

The custom fabricated above-elbow cuff, as well as the dynamic elbow extension system, allows patients to incorporate their elbow for functional reach during grasp and release activities. The SaeboReach orthosis, along with repetitive, task oriented activities, is a highly effective strategy for maximizing arm and hand recovery.

If you are a Saebo trained therapist and want to find out how to determine if your patient is a candidate for the SaeboReach, please refer to SaeboReach Fitting and Trouble Shooting section under Therapist Login/Tech Support/Documents.

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Additional Info

  • Patient Brochure
    The Saebo Arm Training Program is a specialized treatment approach designed to maximize your arm and hand function following a neurological injury such as a stroke.

Are you a candidate?

To help determine if you are a candidate, please watch the video on the right and review the required movement criteria.

Unlike Constraint Induced Movement Therapy (C.I.M.T.) you are NOT required to extend your wrist or open your fingers. If you are still not sure if you meet the requirements to participate please call us at 888-284-5433.

If you think you or someone you know meets the criteria, please contact your nearest Saebo Trained clinician to schedule a formal evaluation. You can find the Saebo Trained clinicians in your area by entering your zip code in the zip code locator at the bottom of this page.