The MindMotion™ GO telerehabilitation program is an innovative approach to stroke recovery.

The program enables stroke survivors to access therapy from the comfort and safety of their homes while being continuously supported by therapists from leading medical institutions, including Mount Sinai Abilities Research Center, Johns Hopkins, the Royal Buckinghamshire Hospital, NTRehab, Birkdale Neuro Physio, or PhysioFunction.

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The program uses engaging video games designed by neuroscientists.

Created in partnership with leading clinicians, the video game activities leverage cutting edge-neuroscience. Each activity is designed to promote a certain therapeutic movement, helping individuals restore motor function in the area they need and maximizing their recovery potential.

From home, you’ll be able to access your custom training program everyday. You’ll be supported by leading therapists who will set your program and check-in with you multiple times a week, either on the telehealth platform or in-person, while also monitoring your progress remotely from your personalized dashboard.

The latest neuroscience has demonstrated evidence that high dose, high-intensity treatments maximize the recovery of stroke survivors [1-3]*

Our custom therapies are specifically designed to promote higher engagement compared to traditional treatments, and device usage data so far shows that patients are training with the same intensity at home versus in the clinic.

The latest neuroscience has demonstrated evidence that high dose, high-intensity treatments maximize the recovery of stroke survivors [1-3]*

Our custom therapies are specifically designed to promote higher engagement compared to traditional treatments, and device usage data so far shows that patients are training with the same intensity at home versus in the clinic.

The MindMotion™ GO telerehabilitation program is available in leading sites across the US and Europe

Johns Hopkins
Mount Sinai Abilities Research Centre
Birkdale Neuro Physio
NTRehab
PhysioFunction
Royal Buckinghamshire Hospital

 

 

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“It’s surprised me that something that’s so much fun can teach me skills that can just apply to everyday life.”

Stroke Survivor in UK

“I can use MindMotion GO by myself. It gives me confidence, enjoyment to do things I couldn’t do before my stroke.”

Stroke Survivor in UK

“I am just seeing progress after progress and that motivates me.”

Stroke Survivor in UK

“I get completely lost in the exercise because I enjoy the game so much!”

Stroke Survivor in UK

“I could not sew before Corona. I couldn’t manage a straight stitch. Through the movement games this has improved a lot. Since the videogame therapy I can sew a straight seam. With the device at home, there was another motivational push to progress during Corona.”

Stroke Survivor in Germany

Frequently Asked Questions

How does the MindMotion™ GO technology work?
Leveraging state-of-the-art neuroscience, MindMotion™ GO games are promoting the kind of movements patients would typically practice with a physiotherapist, including movements of the arms, legs, trunk and hands. As you perform these exercises, the MindMotion™ GO tracks your movements using motion-tracking cameras. Your body movements become the controller allowing you to move the characters in the activities. On-screen, a wide range of therapeutic games provide enriching, motivating and engaging environments that encourage you to move your affected limb(s), challenge your balance, and improve your flexibility and coordination while diversifying therapy and encouraging more exercise.

How does the program work?
MindMotion™ GO Telerehab program can be carried out either as a standalone therapy plan or in addition to an existing therapy plan. After an initial assessment session, your therapist will set up a tailored therapy plan to be completed from home with a combination of independent and therapist-supported virtual therapy sessions. The therapist will closely monitor and track your progress and review and adapt the therapy plan accordingly.

Is the MindMotion™ GO telerehab program right for me?
If you have experienced a stroke, brain injury, or other neurological disease, you may be eligible for this treatment. It doesn’t matter when the incident was – yesterday or five years ago – this therapy can be helpful to you. Our clinical partners will assess you to check for suitability and advise on a program tailored to your needs.

Do I need to be tech-savvy to be a part of this program?
MindMotion™ GO is designed to be simple and intuitive to use so that it is accessible to individuals even if they aren’t tech-savvy. Your therapist and the MindMaze team will be available should you need any technical support.

What technical equipment do I need?
All you need is Wi-Fi. MindMaze will provide you an all-in-one package with your MindMotion™ GO. Your therapist may recommend additional therapy accessories.

How will I be supported in my therapy program using the MindMotion™ GO ?
The entire program is fully supported by therapists. From the initial onboarding to ongoing monitoring, they will be following you every step of the way. Depending on your needs, your therapy program will include a combination of remote sessions with direct support from your therapist via videoconference, as well as independent sessions designed by your therapist. Data from each of your sessions will be shared with your therapist so that they can keep track of your weekly training and make adjustments as needed.

What are the benefits of telerehab in the context of Covid-19 pandemic?
Telerehab is highly beneficial for individuals who are currently unable to access physiotherapy due to isolation requirements. It allows people to stay at home, avoiding at risk situations in clinics. This is not only safer, but also ends up being more convenient.

Telerehabilitation programs also allow individuals to keep on track in their therapy. Being in isolation may reduce the amount of activity most of us complete each day, which can lead to a lack of motivation, reduced exercise tolerance and increased stiffness. Keeping moving is essential to maintain health, prevent muscle tightness, and deconditioning. Having the support of a physiotherapist will help keep you accountable and motivated to continue your rehabilitation whilst you are confined to your home.

How is the cost of the program calculated? Is it covered by my insurance?
The cost of the program is defined on a case by case basis, depending on the amount of therapy needed. Regardless, we offer flexible pricing and our programs are specifically designed to provide a higher dose of treatment at a lower cost than traditional rehabilitation programs. Insurance coverage is possible and will depend on your health plan, location and treatment program.

 

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*References:

[1] Ward, N. S., Brander, F., & Kelly, K. (2019). Intensive upper limb neurorehabilitation in chronic stroke: Outcomes from the Queen Square programme. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry90(5), 498–506. https://doi.org/10/gfx5tk

[2] Daly, J. J., McCabe, J. P., Holcomb, J., Monkiewicz, M., Gansen, J., & Pundik, S. (2019). Long-Dose Intensive Therapy Is Necessary for Strong, Clinically Significant, Upper Limb Functional Gains and Retained Gains in Severe/Moderate Chronic Stroke. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair33(7), 523–537. https://doi.org/10/ggwqg3

[3] Cramer, S. C., Dodakian, L., Le, V., See, J., Augsburger, R., McKenzie, A., Zhou, R. J., Chiu, N. L., Heckhausen, J., Cassidy, J. M., Scacchi, W., Smith, M. T., Barrett, A. M., Knutson, J., Edwards, D., Putrino, D., Agrawal, K., Ngo, K., Roth, E. J., … for the National Institutes of Health StrokeNet Telerehab Investigators. (2019). Efficacy of Home-Based Telerehabilitation vs In-Clinic Therapy for Adults After Stroke: A Randomized Clinical Trial. JAMA Neurology76(9), 1079. https://doi.org/10/ggppmg

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