Im-Able designs, manufactures and sells computer-based exercise systems
to people affected by stroke and other brain injuries to accelerate recovery
of their arm movements, balance, and cognition, assisting them to recover
The Able-X system was designed by New Zealand rehabilitative scientists
and physiotherapists, and has been validated through clinical research. It is designed and priced for home use, working with a standard PC or
It is comprised of a lightweight air mouse and handle bar which work with
a series of enjoyable computer exercises to improve arm movement and
control. The exercises require increasing levels of dexterity and
concentration. Only one functioning arm is needed to guide the
less-functioning arm through the movements, making it suitable for a wide
range of ages and disability.
Im-Able has offices in Europe and New Zealand.
Keywords: Stroke, Rehab, Physiotherapy, Cognitive disability, Neuro-motor,
Disability, Upper-limb function.