TheraPutty is a commonly used product to help address a patient’s impairments and functional limitations. TheraPutty is helpful to improve strength, flexibility, range of motion, dexterity, and much more! There are other products that might compliment TheraPutty to enhance overall function and help patients reach their desired goals.
What is Theraputty?
CanDo TheraPutty Exercise Putty is the standard in resistive hand exercise material. TheraPutty is the name trusted by more doctors, therapists, hospitals, and clinics than any other to strengthen hand muscles and grip, improve fine motor skills and decrease stress. With each squeeze, pinch, stretch, grip and/or twist, TheraPutty puts you on the path to healthier hands and fingers, improves fine motor skills and decreases stress. Each of the six color-coded putties features industry standard resistances, with a progressive firmness ranging from xx-soft to x-firm. The convenient size and easy-to-open containers enable users to compliment the work done at the clinic or hospital, allowing strength and mobility progress to continue at home.
TheraPutty is a great way to help someone during their rehabilitation process. However, sometimes patients want to perform exercises they believe as therapeutic and meaningful. Therefore adding Puttycise Tools can enhance the overall patient experience and clinical outcomes.
What are Puttycise Tools?
Puttycise tools are great for use with TheraPutty exercise material to increase function and versatility of the ubiquitous hand exercise material. There are a total of 5 tools: the cap turn, key turn, knob turn, L-bar, and peg turn. Each hand-held tool helps the user simulate various functions to help with everyday life.
What can the Puttycise Tools simulate?
TheraPutty and Puttycise Tools are a great combination to help improve mobility, strength, and overall function. The addition of Puttycise tools can simulate familiar activities, to help achieve respective functional goals.
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Article Written By Eric Trauber, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS, FAAOMPT