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A special thank you to our SaeboMind Mental Practice Exercise consultants, Emily J. Morgan, MS, OTRL, CSRS, CBIS, RPSFC in NDT and Stephen Page, PhD, OTR/L, Neurorecovery Unlimited, LLC.
SaeboMind is a collection of mental imagery practice exercises for improved motor recovery. According to research, mentally rehearsing specific tasks in combination with other treatment can improve upper extremity function after a neurological injury like stroke. Listen, visualize, and retrain your brain to perform functional daily tasks.
Absolutely not! When it comes to your health, recovery, and physical abilities, it is never too late to try. People up to 20 years post neurological injury can benefit from mental practice exercises.
In each mental practice session, you will be imagining yourself performing daily tasks with your affected arm, wrist, and fingers. When your mental practice sequence is complete you will go through a brief period of progressive muscle relaxation and deep breathing until you have returned to your present environment and opened your eyes.
Note: Intervention must include the introductory and closing meditation sequences for effectiveness.
Tip: For best results, each sequence can easily be performed following an initial direction by a skilled therapist, by contacting your Saebo Patient Representative for guidance, or by closely following instructions in the product manual.
There are no known adverse effects for participating in mental practice. However, it is highly important to follow the below guidelines: