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Saebo Mirror Box

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A simple and effective therapy tool used to treat motor dysfunction.
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  • A Name You Can Trust – More doctors and hospitals recommend Saebo products for stroke rehabilitation than any other brand.
  • Backed by Research – To maximize recovery following a stroke (or other neurological injury), doctors understand the critical importance of “grasp and release” hand exercises. As the saying goes: “Use it or loose it”.  Using your hand throughout the day and during high-repetition therapy sessions builds new connections in the brain (cortical plasticity) and offsets the negative impacts of neglect (atrophy and spasticty) which can lead to a painful and useless “claw-fist.”Read about exciting new research featuring the SaeboGlove here
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Innovative and Practical Design. Geared for one-handed operation.

Introducing the Saebo Mirror Box. Mirror Therapy for Stroke Rehabilitation

Are you looking to improve hand function during your stroke recovery? The Saebo Mirror Box makes home therapy easy. It is compact, foldable, and affordable.

What is the Saebo Mirror Box?

  • The Saebo Mirror Box is a simple and effective therapy tool used to treat motor dysfunction.
  • It is a form of motor imagery in which a mirror is used to process visual feedback about motor performance of the unaffected body part as it performs various movements.
  • It is primarily used to speed up and improve motor function after stroke and other neurological disorders, including phantom limb pain (PLP) or Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS).


What is Mirror Box Therapy?

Saebo Mirror Box is a scientifically proven treatment tool used to speed up and improve motor function following stroke and other neurological disorders. During Mirror Therapy, the user places their affected limb inside the mirror box and their unaffected hand and forearm in front of the mirror. While looking at the image in the mirror, the client is then directed to perform movement with their unaffected hand in front of the mirror while simultaneously attempting to copy the movement with their hidden affected hand. Mirror Therapy helps program the brain to perceive the affected limb as the healthy one creating the illusion that both limbs are working normally.

Who Can Benefit?

Clients suffering from neurological injury such as brain injury or stroke can benefit from mirror therapy. In addition, individuals afflicted by pain are also appropriate for this treatment.

What Does the Research Say About Mirror Therapy?

The scientific community is overwhelmingly in agreement about the effects of Mirror Therapy and stroke upper limb recovery. According to research, there is strong evidence that mirror therapy can improve arm and hand motor function following stroke.

Studies show that Mirror Box Therapy can help with reorganizing the damaged part of the brain, also known as neuroplasticity, as well as improving motor recovery and function.

Commonly known benefits include:

• Improve motor function
• Reduce neglect
• Improve sensation
• Reduce spasticity
• Reduce pain

Evidence-Based Review of Stroke Rehabilitation (Heart and Stroke Foundation – Canadian Partnership for Stroke Recovery)

Is a Licensed Therapist Required to Conduct Mirror Box Therapy?

Mirror Box Therapy can be provided at home without the supervision of an occupational or physical therapist.

Is a Prescription from a Physician Required?


What is the Recommended Protocol?

Research suggests that individuals suffering from stroke and other neurological injuries appear to receive the most benefit when Mirror Box Therapy exercises are performed at least 5 days per week for 30 minutes per day.

What Are the Recommended Mirror Therapy Exercises?

In addition to searching online for free hand exercises using the Mirror Box, ten (10) common hand exercises are included for free with each Saebo Mirror Box Therapy order.

Is it Helpful to Combine other Modalities While Performing Mirror Box Therapy?

Yes. To maximize the benefits of the treatment, combining Mirror Therapy with electrical muscle stimulation should be considered. In addition, research supports the combination of Mirror Therapy and sensory stimulation such as SaeboStim Micro.

Mirror Therapy. Seeing is believing.

  • Improve motor function
  • Reduce neglect
  • Improve sensation
  • Reduce spasticity
  • Reduce pain
  • Lightweight design
  • One-handed operation
  • Foldable for easy storage


The user must exhibit:

  • Sufficient cognitive and verbal abilities to focus at least 10 minutes on the mirror reflection and follow instructions.
  • Sufficient balance and trunk control to sit in a wheelchair or normal chair unsupported for the duration of the treatment.
  • Normal and pain-free range of motion. Severe constraints of the non-affected limb could limit the execution of mirror therapy activities.
  • Adequate vision. The client should see a clear image of the entire hand in the mirror
  • With visuospatial neglect, clients should be able to turn their head towards the mirror image when asked to do so and keep their attention focused on the mirror image at least for 5-10 minutes.


There are no contraindications.

Why Mirror Therapy?

Mirror therapy is a therapeutic approach that uses a mirror box to regenerate neural networks that control limbs and other parts of the body. A mirror box utilizes mirrors to give the impression to the user’s brain that they are moving an affected limb. In mirror therapy, a patient performs exercises with an unaffected limb but because of the reflective surfaces inside the box, it appears as though the affected limb is being exercised.

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