Hand therapy involves clinical evaluation of the injured hand. After medical assessment, specific treatment goals can be set involving E-LINK programmes for therapeutic exercise.
Stroke rehabilitation aims to optimise the patient's chances of living an independent life through re-learning the skills needed for everyday living.
Spinal Injury Rehabilitation
E-LINK is an invaluable, supportive resource for therapists caring for these patients and provides precise tools for evaluating both the upper and lower extremities as well as supplying the means for inspiring exercise.
E-LINK offers gradable, interactive exercise for the upper and lower extremities, thereby helping patients re-learn different skills that are necessary for everyday living.
E-LINK generates comprehensive documentation, including impairment calculations, for both the upper and lower extremities. Tests for grip strength, pinch strength, joint range of motion and weight-bearing balance are easily undertaken. The reports analysing progress over time are invaluable as evidence for monitoring the effectiveness of any interventions undertaken and for planning further care alongside the preferences of the patient.
For over 20 years E-LINK has proven to be a supportive resource for clinicians worldwide, meeting rehabilitation needs in both clinical and educational settings:
- Hand Clinics
- Rheumatology Units
- Stroke Units
- Rehab Day centers
- Neurological Rehabilitation Units
- Younger Disabled Rehab Units
- Elderly Care centers
- Spinal Injury Units
- Burns and Plastics
- Prosthetic Services
- Specialist Schools and Colleges
- Paediatric Units and centers
- Clinical Research Units
- Sports Injury Clinics
- Private Clinics
- Occupational Therapy Departments
- Physiotherapy Departments
- Hospital and Community