Thursday, November 10th, 2016
As a result of having polio as a young child, I suffer from post-polio syndrome. In order to address some of my symptoms I had spinal cord surgery one year ago. I knew in advance of my surgery that my right arm function might be affected and indeed it was. I have had extreme weakness in my right arm and difficulty opening my hand. Although I had received an electrical stimulating device as a therapy tool, I was unable to apply it to my hand because I couldn’t keep the hand open. I was frustrated to have an expensive piece of medical equipment rendered useless because I couldn’t use it.
Tuesday, October 25th, 2016
My son Tavion suffered a grade four brain bleed at birth. As a result, he has struggled with right side hemiplegia his entire life. Over the course of his eleven years, he has become the king of doing things one-sided. It was nearly impossible to get him to use his right hand in play, at school or in daily tasks. This started to change three months ago when Tavion received a SaeboGlove.
Thursday, August 18th, 2016
After stroke, loss of mobility isn’t the only long-term problem that prevents survivors from resuming normal activities. Post-stroke pain affects more than half of all stroke survivors. In some cases, this pain is chronic, leaving survivors with constant discomfort and hypersensitivity. Let’s walk through the common types of pain that stroke survivors experience, and introduce the tools and therapeutic techniques that were designed to reduce it and restore mobility.
Wednesday, April 20th, 2016
Dr. Christopher Walker has performed as a soloist in eleven countries, spanning three continents, and has shared the stage with such great performers as Frederick Fennell, Eugene Rousseau, and The United States Air Force Academy Band. He has performed for the Vice President of the United States.
In military bands, Master Sergeant Walker has served as a saxophone, flute, and clarinet soloist, conductor, and musical group leader. Recently, Dr. Walker performed a tour of Norway in honor of the 200th anniversary of the Norwegian constitution, giving performances and presenting guest lectures. Dr. Walker serves on the faculties of Georgia Southwestern State University and Darton State College.
Wednesday, February 24th, 2016
Tuesday, February 16th, 2016
My name is Jena Bohl, and I’ve been an Occupational Therapist for 5 years.
I have been working in outpatient neurological rehab for almost three years at HonorHealth (formerly Scottsdale Healthcare) in Scottsdale, AZ. During this time, I have been using Saebo products including the SaeboReach, Flex, Glide, Stretch, MAS, and trialed the MyoTrac Infiniti for 2 weeks. I most recently received the 2-week, free trial for the SaeboGlove to use with a patient.
Tuesday, December 29th, 2015
I just wanted to tell you and Saebo how much we appreciate your generous support of our son – Gabriel’s treatment and recovery. I must admit, when you called I was waiting for the “catch” after you said you would be providing the SaeboGlove to our family. When we realized there was no catch, we were shocked. We are truly humbled by your willingness to support of someone you do not even know.
Tuesday, December 29th, 2015
I am Kevin Breveleri, and I am 34 years old. I was born with a rare heart defect called L Transposition of the Great Anterior Vessels. Because of this, I have had 3 mitral valve replacements in addition to 8 pacemaker surgeries.
I had a stroke when I was 21 years old due to complications from my heart condition which caused a blood clot to go to my head. After my stroke I couldn’t walk, talk, or use my right hand.
Friday, August 28th, 2015
New, improved website provides education, resources, and improved products such as the SaeboGlove
Charlotte, N.C. –Saebo announces today the official launch of www.www.saebo.com, a new, improved website dedicated to the company’s full product line which includes the updated SaeboGlove as well as far-reaching educational resources designed for individuals, therapists, and families suffering from or caring for those who experience impaired mobility and function.
Over the last ten years, Saebo has grown into a leading global provider of rehabilitative products. Saebo has helped approximately 200,000 clients regain function; they are growing this commitment to patient care, affordability, and accessibility even further through the education and resources available via the new website.
Wednesday, May 20th, 2015
As President of Everest Healthcare, I know from personal experience that Saebo products not only give patients the ability to perform tasks with their affected hand that they could not otherwise with other physiotherapy options, but also restore hope that they may be able to regain functionality.
One of my patients in his early thirties was delighted to perform grasp and release activities using the SaeboFlex for the first time since his stroke several months ago. For a young person seeking to regain employment and become financially independent again, functionality is essential. The SaeboFlex provides tremendous hope to patients of such possibilities.