The Readi-Steadi Anti-Tremor Orthotic Glove System was developed to help patients gain control of their hand tremors. Creator Krista Madere, licensed occupational therapist and certified hand therapist, shares her story about this medical device that, on average, provides a 50 percent reduction in tremor.
Steadiwear has introduced a second version of its smart glove, the Steadi-Two, developed to stabilize hand tremors. CEO Mark Elias discusses upgrades made to this device and how it works, plus feedback the company has received from the essential tremor community.
TORONTO, Oct. 4, 2021 /CNW/ – A second-generation, streamlined and battery-free stabilizing glove that can adapt to a wider range of hand tremors in people with Essential Tremor and Parkinson’s disease has been developed by Canadian company Steadiwear Inc.
He took real world technology used in industry and formatted it for human use to calm hand tremors. Hear how Dr. Leo Nguyen, associate professor of mechanical engineering at California State University, used his expertise to create the Tremelo hand-stabilizing device. He is the founder of Five Microns.
From time to time we like to feature products or techniques that can help people manage or better cope with their essential tremor. Here is occupational therapist Krista Madere’s story of inventing the Readi-Steadi Glove System. By Krista Madere, LOTR, CHT, Readi-Steadi, LLC Passionate about my career as a registered occupational therapist and certified hand […]