Tenzr Health uses sensors and gamification to help engage patients in their home exercise and ultimately improve clinical outcomes.
Jeffrey Yao MD
"Tenzr provides a new and more engaging way for clients to receive hand therapy and get biofeedback as they do their exercises, even when at home."
Distal Radius Fracture
"I find it easy to exercise by concentrating on the game format. I’m not a great exercise fan when I’m doing them on my own. The games make it fun."
Annie Ting (OTD, CHT)
"Our patient said Tenzr was motivating, engaging, and distracting from the pain she usually has with some of our other exercises."
"Tenzr was progress - from pain to pain-free - what more could I possibly want from a program?"
Clinicians can remotely update and customize programs. Quick and easy assessments personalize the difficulty of exercises to ensure patients are always challenged in their journey to recovery.
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Tenzr's game-based exercises and visual feedback make an immediate difference in recovery. Patients stay motivated by making targeted improvements in flexibility, range of motion, proprioception, strength, and endurance.
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By placing the sensors on the hand and wrist, the patient's limb is transformed into the controller, allowing them to see their real-time movements displayed on the screen. Visual feedback ensures patients are exercising properly.
into a controller
Tenzr tracks compliance, range of motion, and pain to provide precise progress reports that help inform clinical care.
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Tenzr is state of the art,
interactive game based rehab
designed for optimal recovery of
the hand, wrist, and elbow.
Patented sensing technology assesses and retrains movement, measures progress, and ensures motivation and confidence throughout the healing journey.
Tenzr helps patients conquer a fear of pain or re-injury by converting home exercise into a fun and interactive series of games - patients complete the correct movement patterns to win the game.
Home exercise is critical
for a full recovery
Regaining healthy function after an injury or surgery is challenging. The majority of recovery occurs in between visits when patients exercise at home to continue the progress made in the clinic. Yet, most patients don't fully commit to their home exercise programs due to:
Fear of pain and re-injury
Knowing if they're doing their exercises properly
Difficulty feeling and visualizing progress
Knowing where they are on their journey to full recovery