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The aid exercises the subject in prono-supine positioning hand movements. Specifically, the subject is asked to keep the ball between the first three fingers on the hand and guide it over the sinusoidal path.

This exercise means that the large prono-supine positioning joints in the forearm are used to the maximum.

It is therefore useful to monitor the patient’s behaviour while executing this task.

Any incapacity to explore the maximum levels of supine positioning could be compensated for by bending the trunk on one side, while limitation of prone positioning will cause early and excessive movement of the arm away from the trunk.


Joining Set
Joining set for ERGO 10, ERGO 20, ERGO 100, ERGO 200 panels allows to put them side by side.
Ergo 100
This is an advanced, configurable panel that can be wall-mounted. The panel is set up to house up to four work modules, which can be chosen freely from the libraries available.
Tilt Ergo 1
This support structure makes it possible to vary the tilt on an individual work aid by 0° to 90°, and can be adjusted to any intermediate position.
Ergo 400
This is an advanced wall-mounted panel, set up for using a single work aid at a time. The module is inserted by sliding in specific guides, and locked in place using a lever device.

Technical Spec.

39.5 x 22 x 32 h cm
2.5 kg