Exclusive to Learn Movement…
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
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.