MusicGlove: Hand Therapy with a Beat
What Is MusicGlove?
What’s the Research Behind It?
Who Is MusicGlove For?
Is MusicGlove covered by insurance?
Unfortunately Medicare does not cover restorative technology currently in the US. For this reason, we offer a 30 day money-back guarantee so that you can be sure the device is right for you.
Can I use it with no hand movement?
MusicGlove is intended for patients who can touch their thumb to at least one of their fingertips.
However, if you cannot make that movement but are still interested in MusicGlove, then read this article to determine if you’d like to try using the device passively.
How do I use the device and make the most of it?
To maximize your results using MusicGlove, we recommend following our Recommended Regimen (click here to view the PDF).
Does it help with pain?
When pain is caused by neurological injury due to stroke, TBI, or SCI, then MusicGlove can potentially help. When pain is caused by other conditions, like carpal tunnel, then unfortunately it cannot help.
When pain is caused by spasticity, then there’s a better chance that MusicGlove can help as repetitive rehab exercise (like MusicGlove) is an excellent way of reducing spasticity.
Where can you ship it?
We offer shipping within the continental US, Hawaii, and Canada.
How much does it cost?
If you have a laptop that is less than 5 years old, then you can use the software-version of MusicGlove, which is $459.
If you don’t have a laptop, you can purchase MusicGlove with a 10″ tablet with preinstalled MusicGlove software for $989.
What’s your return policy?
We accept returns at any time within 30 days of purchase.
If you are unsatisfied with MusicGlove for any reason, simply contact us and we will send you a prepaid return label.
Do I have to pay for shipping?
You will never pay to receive your MusicGlove.
If you choose to return the device within 30 days, you will never pay to return the MusicGlove either.
Shipping is always free both ways.
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