Improve grip strength, dexterity and mobility in the hands, fingers, wrists and forearms
Relieves arthritis and carpal tunnel pain and stiffness by increasing circulation through the forearm and hand
Useful as a discreet sensory outlet for students and adults, the therapy exercise balls help to relieve stress, anxiety and tension
Ranging from extra-soft to firm, the set is useful for progressive workouts, rehabilitation and interval training and is color-coded for convenience
Perfectly sized for adult hands, each therapy ball measures 5cm in diameter and features a lightly textured surface for a comfortable, nonslip grip
Latex-free composite material is split-resistant for long-term use and easily portable in the included storage bag
Yes, the therapy balls stimulate blood circulation through the hands and wrist, reducing joint pain and inflammation.
Yes! The hand therapy balls work well as phlebotomy grips.
Yes, the therapy balls are latex-free.
Each ball is made with a non-toxic, BPA and latex-free thermoplastic elastomer.
The medium therapy ball is comparable to a racquetball. The firm therapy ball is more resistant than a traditional racquetball.
Yes, the hand therapy balls can be used for rehabilitation, relieving joint pain and stiffness.
Yes! The lightly textured therapy balls are a great sensory outlet, relieving tension, stress and anxiety in a quiet, nondisruptive manner.
Yes, each ball measures 5cm, easily fitting in most pockets.
The hand exercise balls should be hand washed in cool water with a mild detergent. Pat dry with a lint-free cloth. The therapy balls can be lightly dusted with powder to minimize sticking while in storage.
Yes, the balls are slightly sticky and lightly textured for a secure, nonslip grip, but leave no sticky residue on your hands.
The hand therapy exercise ball set includes four hand therapy balls, each with a distinct level of resistance, a nylon storage bag and an illustrated manual.
Yes! The set includes an illustrated manual with suggested exercises for improving coordination, flexibility and strength. Here's an example of one of the exercises:
Each ball is solid rubber with varying resistance.