About the program
Oedema of the hand can develop either as an individual symptom of upper-extremity hemiplegia or as a component of the shoulder-hand syndrome. The potentially painful swelling of the hand leads to a passive and active impairment of the fingers' and wrist's mobility.
This exercise program enables relatives as well as therapists to selectively and passively treat the patient's neurological hand oedema. By progressing step by step from shoulder girdle down to the fingers, plain grips and handlings for a goal-oriented intervention and positioning are presented.
About the author
Maik Hartwig ist specialist in physical education and an experienced occupational therapist. He has worked in neurological rehabilitation for many years. From 2001 to 2010 he was leading occupational therapist at the neurological clinic of Bad Neustadt/Saale in Germany. Since 2010 he works in the field of computer-assisted neurorehabilitation and is head of clinical development for tyromotion GmbH, Graz. Furthermore, he is visiting lecturer at vocational schools for occupational and logopaedic therapists.
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