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Maximize Function. Improve strength and control.

The zero gravity SaeboMAS and SaeboMAS mini mobile arm supports are specifically designed to facilitate and challenge the weakened shoulder during functional tasks and exercise drills. Patients suffering from neurological and orthopedic conditions that exhibit shoulder weakness can benefit from the much needed support and facilitation.

Performing exercises with minimal compensation, as well as self-care tasks such as eating or drinking, are just a few of the activities patients will be able to achieve with Saebo’s unweighting technology. Additionally, patients with proximal weakness can now participate in proven treatment techniques, like task-oriented activities, that would have otherwise been difficult or impossible.

Gravity Compensation

Gravity Compensation.
Unweight the arm and explore life.

Gravity supported, weight supported, zero-gravity, and gravity compensated are synonymous. It counteracts the effects of gravity while facilitating and promoting functional movement. Unloading the arm not only improves independence during daily living tasks, but may increase motor recovery by relearning normal movement patterns.

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Enthused Clinicians, Impassioned Clients. Thank you.

The SaeboMAS and SaeboMAS mini have revolutionized the gravity compensation industry. Easy to use, quick to get started, and portable are just a few of the exciting benefits that exist with Saebo’s unweighting technology. There is no wonder why clinicians and clients choose Saebo as their #1 choice.

With the SaeboMAS, I show my patients that they can do the work, and then just watch them progress
I am an occupational therapist who works with patients recovering from stroke and traumatic brain injury, and the SaeboMAS (mobile arm support) is a very important asset to me. Patients frequently come to me with limited ability to move their arm and/or shoulder, saying “I can’t do this” or “I...
“I was amazed at the smooth motion I could accomplish with the SaeboMAS”
I was diagnosed with MS in March of 2013. I had been experiencing neurological symptoms for nine years, so it was not a big surprise when I got the diagnosis. I had a long period of time to adjust to the notion before it was an actual reality. I was...

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