Thursday, May 4th, 2017
Last modified on May 15th, 2020
After a neurological or orthopedic injury, rehabilitation is the key to regaining function and independence for many people. Despite this, it can be difficult for patients to find the motivation to keep up with their rehabilitation when they don’t feel its effects or can’t afford its costs.
But now more than ever, there’s hope for recovery. While treatment options for these types of conditions used to be limited, new rehabilitation devices have made it possible for people around the world to reach new levels of independence.
Many rehabilitation devices are not accessible to clients because of cost. For some, it can be as expensive as a buying a new car. It is important for you to do your homework and eliminate products that are either not appropriate for you or ineffective. Saebo is proud to have a family of evidence-based solutions that are not only game-changing to your recovery, but also much more affordable than other options.
Whether it is regaining function and mobility with the SaeboGlove, SaeboMAS, SaeboFlex, and SaeboStep, boosting recovery with the SaeboStim Micro, or preventing contractures with the SaeboStretch, we’ve got you covered.
Below are just a few of the stories we’ve received from satisfied clients and therapists expressing their enthusiasm about their new chance at life. We know it can be frustrating when searching for affordable yet effective solutions, and that is why Saebo will continue to work hard at creating innovative options that are accessible to people who need it the most.
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