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Many elderly people usually suffer from poor grip and finger flexibility when facing aging. However, the training process is simple and tedious. Most patients cannot practice continuously and gradually, and must be supervised by professional therapists for rehabilitation.
This product is a rehabilitation aid designed for chronic patients who need to track finger grip for a long time. Users can use music games to promote the patient's rehabilitation willingness at any time to achieve the best state of physical and mental balance.
Tatung University, Taipei