Solutions to complex problems in rehabilitative medicine require retraining of the neuro and neuro-motor system. The development of new technology has opened countless possibilities of monitoring patients in the field over extended periods of time. This is of particular relevance to the practice of physical medicine and rehabilitation.
Technology assisted rehabilitation improves functional compliance, leading to faster recovery and more complete recovery.
At Neuphysio we offer the following technologies:


Technology that provides modern products for individuals suffering from neurological injuries and stroke survivors. Saebo’s revolutionary treatment is based on new research documenting the brain’s remarkable ability to “re-program” itself following injury.

They are a dynamic rehabilitation solution for stroke patients who need to maximize their recovery and have side effects including the loss of hand function. It was specifically designed as a dynamic hand splint that helps to prevent joint damage while improving and maintaining range of motion. Saebo is dedicated to helping stroke survivors around the world achieve a new level of independence.

Treatments include: SaeboReach, SaeboFlex, SaeboStretch and Saebo Glide.

SaeboReach, Saeboflex allow patients with very little residual arm and hand function to immediately start performing task-oriented, highly repetitive grasp and release acitvities, thus creating new pathways in the brain. Criteria to use Saebo are the patient must have some shoulder and elbow movement and also be able to flex your fingers when your wrist is positioned in extension with fingers passively extended.


Bioness and Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) improve mobility in patients over time. They are medical devices that help certain individuals walk with increased speed and improved balance – allowing you to regain your freedom and independence.

Bioness now offers three Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) rehabilitation systems. All three systems can help certain CNS patients regain natural use and movement, some even to the point of re-educating the brain to re-learn natural movements for the following diagnosis:

  • Stroke
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Spinal Cord Injury

These rehabilitation systems replace natural electrical brain signals, helping re-animate weak or paralyzed limbs. They may be used to reduce impairments and to increase daily functional activities in patients with neurological diseases or injuries.