According to the Brain Injury Association, in the U.S., every year, about 2.6 million people have some type of brain injury — whether as a result of trauma, stroke, tumor, or other illnesses, and about 52,000 die as a result of traumatic brain injury. Brain Injury Awareness Day is not only a day to raise people's awareness of preventing brain injury, but also a day to help everyone understand what it is like to live with a brain injury.

Most brain injury patients suffer from limb paralysis problem, a disease impeding their ability of independent living. With the development of medical technology, this predicament can be eased and even dispelled. XFT-2003D sEMG Biofeedback FES, for example, is invented to help patient regain limb health and thus live independently.

XFT-2003D sEMG Biofeedback FES is an EMG triggered Functional Electrical Stimulation therapy equipment. It is also a combination of NMES, EMG, ETS and multimedia interactive biofeedback rehabilitation training for limb rehabilitation.  The most innovative technology is the rehab training system based on iOS, enabling patients to do interesting rehabilitation exercise by playing games with iPad.



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