Dynamic Intensity Stimulation
Many stroke survivors suffer from a hemiparesis and are not able to move the impaired arm and to perform everyday tasks like grasping an object. Functional multi-channel stimulation can be used to make the lost movement possible. Dynamic Intensity Stimulation (DIS) gives the patient the control he needs to perform and control everyday movements.
The stimulation control can be provided by a bend sensor worn on a glove on the less affected side or by the knob of an intensity control unit.