Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) After Stroke
Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) delivers a shock to the survivor's muscle causing nerve activation and generates muscle movement.
This technique is commonly used to improve the grasp response in the upper arm and assist in the treatment of foot drop in the lower limb.
For stroke survivors who cannot grip and release, Saebo make a variety of aids to assist you. They will allow you to try out their equipment for a short time to enable you to assess that they will help your condition.