Squegg has versatile applications in hand therapy. It can replace mechanical dynamometers, therapy putty, squeeze balls, hand grippers, and other activities targeted for coordination and fine motor skills to provide additional advantages. Squegg is a blue-tooth enabled digital dynamometer that helps users assess, track, and improve their grip strength. As a result, it can help strengthen grip, improve fine motor skills and coordination, and positively impact Parkinson’s disease management. With its cutting-edge technology and adaptive games and activities, Squegg is poised to revolutionize the way we approach hand therapy for Parkinson’s.
Squegg Makes Parkinson-Based Hand Therapy Programs Engaging & Result Oriented
- Squegg is more competent than an analog dynamometer. It is portable & lightweight. Volume is (68*45*45), and weight is only 26 grams. So patients can easily grasp it in their palms.
- With each Squeeze, patients engage their muscles responsible for grip strength, promoting resilience and combating the effect of Parkinson’s on hand dexterity.
- It comes with in-app games and fun exercises to boost the grip strength of Parkinson’s patients. In addition, it supports the patients through adaptive games and activities.
- The Squegg app assesses and tracks subtle progress, tracks grip counts, and provides real-time feedback.
- Squegg’s intuitive application is integrated with Gamification. It turns therapy into a rewarding journey with exciting games. Gamification in Squegg helps to increase patient engagement and compliance.
So, choose Squegg, your smart hand trainer, and unlock newfound independence!