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Arm paralyzed by stroke, injury or disease? Regaining mobility may be possible.



Even if you haven't moved your hand and arm in years due to a neuromuscular injury or disease, it is possible the MyoPro® may be able to help you use your arm and hand again.



MyoPro is a powered brace that may help restore function in arms and hands paralyzed by stroke, brachial plexus injury (BPI), cerebral palsy or other neuromuscular disease or injury.

It is currently the only marketed device that can restore an individual’s ability to perform activities of daily living, including feeding themselves, carrying objects and doing household tasks. Many are able to return to work, live independently and reduce their cost of care.

MyoPro is covered by most commercial insurance companies in the U.S., and by the U.S. Veterans Administration.



“I had no function in my arm.  But I didn’t want that to define me. I wanted to live a normal life, like everyone else. Having the device has changed everything for me -- the way I look at myself, the way I stand, the way I present.”

Carrie Kaster

“My arm was useless, even after surgery. I was given the option to amputate.  Now, with MyoPro, I can again prepare meals, feed myself and perform many other activities of daily living.  It has changed my life.”


“I had to ask whomever I was with ‘Can you cut my steak please?’ I wasn’t able to do anything with my hand. My arm would not move. I had pretty much given up hope of having both hands again. Now I can cut steak myself. Now I have both hands again.”


“Before MyoPro, my arm was just there. Now I can get it to do the things I want it to do. It’s given me a lot of confidence. If anybody says you can’t get something back that you lost years ago, that’s not a true statement. You can get it back, but you have to work at it.”

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