Saturday, April 11, 2015

$39 total. Because recovery should not cost an arm and a leg.

Developed by Pete Levine
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You're supposed to do repetitive practice. But how are you supposed to repeat a movement when you can't move?

The ArmTran can help. It turns small amounts of strength into large movements!

3 comments:

John Short said...

Is it available internationally? And how does it work? I see you can squeeze a cylinder but how does it train extensors too? or will neuroplasticity take care of that?

Peter G Levine said...

Hi John, As long as you can pay for the international shipping, I'd be glad to send it. Send me an email, ok? strongerafterstroke@yahoo.com

Pamela said...

I used something very similar when I got home from inpatient rehab. I found it very frustrating not to be able to move my incredibly weak arm. This type of thing was just what I needed...except I paid $150 for it!

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