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The H200 Wireless Hand Rehabilitation System uses functional electrical stimulation (FES) to help patients perform therapeutic and task specific activities to improve lost hand function as a result of stroke or spinal cord injury.1,3

Supporting the wrist in a functioning position, the H200 Wireless delivers low-level FES to the nerves that control the muscles in the hand and forearm. The stimulation can help patients produce movements or functions that mimic their natural voluntary actions, restoring the ability to reach, grasp, pinch, and open and close the hand.

With continued use over time, the H200 Wireless may even help the brain relearn how to perform the movement without FES.

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The H200 Wireless can help people recovering from stroke or spinal cord injury resulting in functional deficits and impairments of the hands and arms.1,3

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Check out some of the highlights of the clinical evidence about the H200 Wireless Hand Rehabilitation System. Read more on the Reseach Studies page.

Benefits of FES in upper extremity rehabilitation:

  • Improved ability to perform activities of daily living1
  • Reduced muscle spasticity3
  • Improved volitional movement of the hand and wrist
  • Re-education of muscles over time

FES may also reduce or prevent secondary complications in patients and help maintain or increase range of motion, increase local blood circulation, and prevent or slow muscle disuse atrophy.

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Success Stories

“I can now play catch with my little boy and girl.”

A traumatic brain injury in October 2005 left Kyle with “very minimal” use of his right hand.

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  1. Alon G, McBride K, Ring H. Improving selected hand functions using a noninvasive neuroprosthesis in persons with chronic stroke. J Stroke Cereb Dis. 2002;11(2):99-106. doi:
  2. Alon G, Sunnerhagen KS, Geurts AC, and Ohry A. A home-based, self-administered stimulation program to improve selected hand functions of chronic Stroke. NeuroRehabilitation. 2003;18(3):215-225. doi:10.3233/NRE-2003-18306
  3. Ring H, Rosenthal N. Controlled study of neuroprosthetic functional electrical stimulation in sub-acute post-stroke rehabilitation. J Rehabil Med. 2005:37(1):32-6. doi:10.1080/16501970410035387

Indications for Use:
The H200 Wireless System is an electrical stimulation device indicated for the following uses:

  • Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES)
  • Improvement of hand function and active range of motion in patients with hemiplegia due to stroke or upper limb paralysis due to C5 spinal cord injury.
  • NeuroMuscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES)
  • Maintenance and/or increase of hand range of motion; Prevention and/or retardation of disuse atrophy; Increase in local blood circulation; Reduction of muscle spasm; Re-education of muscles.

H200 Wireless is contraindicated in patients with a demand-type cardiac pacemaker, defibrillator or any electrical implant. Do not use the system on a hand where metallic implant is directly underneath the electrodes, a cancerous lesion is present or suspected, or on a hand with regional disorder (e.g., fracture or dislocation) which could be adversely affected by motion from the stimulation. Use caution in patients with diagnosed or suspected cardiac problems or epilepsy.

Full prescribing information can be found in product labeling or at

Instructions for Use / Patient Guides and Reference Cards can be made available upon request.
Contact [email protected] 
or 800-211-9136 to request an electronic copy.