The Providence Business News just released a very informative article about Timocco’s Supination/Pronation platform. The article mentions the history of how the relationship was formed between researchers at Brown University, Hasbro Children’s Hospital, Meeting Street as well as the grant from the BIRD Foundation.
Motivation and engagement are critical to helping children and adults move forward with their therapy goals, and this article does a great job explaining all the exciting benefits of our new platform. Below are some of our favorite quotes from the article, but read the whole article by clicking HERE.
“We want to make physical therapy fun and motivating,” Eran Arden, Timocco’s CEO, said in a recent interview. “The patient is playing a game but is realizing the goals the therapist has written for him.”
Physical therapy is a “critical part of addressing upper extremity impairments” but is typically “boring” and limited to sessions at a clinic. Gaming is a “great approach to providing more therapy,” he said, adding it motivates therapy through play.
“They don’t know it’s exercise. That’s the key,” Crisco said.