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TheraBand Ball Hand Exercisers

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Description

TheraBand® Hand Exerciser Balls are 2″ diameter specially formulated exercisers meant for hand physical therapy. They can be used for hot or cold therapy. Great for arthritis, repetitive stress injury, stroke recovery, stress reduction, strengthening and many more uses. TheraBand® Ball Hand Exercisers are soft and pliable and come with an illustrated manual.  They come in 2 sizes Regular which is around shape and Large which is oval shaped.

TheraBand® Ball Hand Exercisers Features include:
– Hot or cold therapy – can be micro-waved or placed in a freezer – very soothing to patient,
– Increases versatility, helps strengthen grip and increase dexterity and mobility, improve fine & gross motor skills &
increase circulation
– Recommended for arthritis, repetitive stress injury, stroke recovery, stress reduction, strengthening and more
– Softer: fills the gap between putty and spring devices
– Cleaner: not as messy as putty
– Endorsed by the American Physical Therapy Association
– Progressive: different levels of compression allow each exercise to be geared to the patient; progressive levels
also offer a clear measure of progress
– Comes in 5 color coded strengths &, 2 shapes Round & Oval  The 5 strengths are color coded from extra soft to extra firm resistance
– Comes with illustrated manual
– Force is the pounds of force to achieve 50% compression
– Comes in Round Shape – Round shape is for average and smaller hands Size: 2″
– Comes in Oval Shape – larger oval shape is ideal for large hands Size: 2″ X 2 1/2″
– Warranty is at the manufacturer’s discretion

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Color/Strength/Size

Yellow Extra Soft Round, Red Soft Round, Green Heavy Round, Blue Firm Round, Black Extra Firm Round, Red Soft Oval, Green Medium Oval, Blue Firm Oval, Black Extra Firm Oval

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