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Ryda Boards

(formerly RydaMablets)

The non-medical device that anecdotal evidence suggests could help with various conditions.
Note: clinical proof not yet available.

Who might benefit from the Ryda Board?

Anecdotal evidence suggests that Ryda Board could help those who:

  • Have acquired brain injury through stroke or accident

     

  • Have paresis (muscle weakness) on one or both sides

     

  • Have coordination problems

     

  • Have a condition that impairs movement

     

Click here to view the concept behind the Ryda Board system

David Orr – Chair of Norwich Stroke Survivors Club
“I wish I had this device to use after my stroke it’s VERY useful.”

What is the Ryda Board system?

The Ryda Board System consists of a hand unit (the Ryda) and a board (the Ryda Board).
The Ryda is moved along the groove in the Ryda Board which gives a fixed path of movement.

It is low-tech, non-electronic and anecdotal evidence suggests it could help to:

  • Increase range of movement

     

  • Improve muscle strength

     

  • Help with hand-to-eye coordination

     

  • Improve hand and finger dexterity

     

  • Improve cognitive processing

Ryda Boards come in standard as well as bespoke designs.

How much does it cost, and where can I buy one?

Brian (with wife Molly) – Norwich Stroke Survivors Club

Prices start at less than £150 and you can buy direct from Learn Movement in our Online Shop.

To see what others think of the Ryda Board, head over to our Testimonials page.

If you have any questions not answered on this website, then we’d love to hear from you. You can call us on 01508 578435, email us at info@learnmovement.com, or fill in the form on our Contact page.