Help patients regain more natural hand function

Helping Patients Regain More Natural Hand Function — with Wireless Freedom.

The H200 Wireless Hand Rehabilitation System

Help your patients grasp life and get back to their daily living activities with the H200 Wireless Hand Rehabilitation System, offering the freedom and convenience of wireless operation. This state-of-the-art system helps patients regain the skills for reaching, grasping, opening and closing the hand. The H200 Wireless System supports the wrist in a functioning position, allowing the fingers and thumb to move efficiently. This may allow patients to regain hand function and get back to performing ordinary and essential activities of daily life.

100% Wireless

With wireless operation, it's easy to integrate the H200 Wireless into clinic therapy sessions as well as into patients' daily lives, which may improve outcomes and increase patient compliance.

The H200 Wireless Hand Rehabilitation System has two main components: the functional stimulation support (orthosis) and the wireless control unit (microprocessor) and is intended to:

H200 Hand Rehabilitation System Benefits
  • Improve ability to perform activities of daily living1
  • Reduce muscle spasms2
  • Improve voluntary movement of the hand and wrist
  • Reeducate muscles over time

Additionally, the system may reduce or prevent secondary complications, maintain or increase range of motion, increase local blood circulation and prevent or decrease muscle atrophy.

The system’s advanced technology delivers programmed, low-level Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) to activate neural control of the muscles in the hand and forearm, helping patients regain freedom and independence.

American Occupational Therapy Association

The H200 Wireless Hand Rehabilitation System is a medical device cleared for use by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), CE-marked for the European Union and endorsed by the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA).


1. Alon G, et al. 2007. Neurorehabil Neur Repair. 21(3)207-215.
2. Ring H, et. al. 2005. J Rehabil Med. 37:32-36.