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OPTP NOI Mirror Box Triangle (683)
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- Designed to treat pain and disability in the hands or feet
- Mirror box triangle with ability to be repositioned
- Ideal for complex regional pain syndrome, phantom limb pain, stroke and focal dystonia
- Also helpful with issues like arthritis in the thumb and carpal tunnel syndrome
- Measures 11.75” W x 11” D x 12.5” H
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"For clinical use or as an in-home tool, the NOI Mirror Box Triangle is designed to treat pain and disability in the hands or feet. It’s used for complex regional pain syndrome, phantom limb pain, stroke and focal dystonia. It’s also helpful with very common issues like arthritis in the thumb and carpal tunnel syndrome.
Mirror therapy works to exercise the brain synapses and is an integral part of Graded Motor Imagery. By placing the impaired hand behind the mirror and placing the healthy hand in front of the mirror, one can trick their brain into believing the reflection of the healthy hand is actually the impaired hand. The user can then exercise the impaired hand, in the brain, by performing movements with the healthy hand.
The NOI Mirror Box is advised for use under clinical guidance only. Use it within the guidelines of the GMI process as explained in The Graded Motor Imagery Handbook by Dr. David Butler, Dr. G. Lorimer Moseley, Timothy Beames and Thomas Giles.
The NOI Mirror Box is collapsible for easy transport. It measures 11.75” W x 11” D x 12.5” H. "
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As for its function, it mostly works as described. The one problem is that it had a slot cut out so it can be locked in place. The problem is that unfolding and locking it in place requires two hands. If I had two functional hands, I wouldn't need the mirror box.
So overall it's an okay, over priced product.
Added on 2017-07-29:
After using the mirror box for a couple weeks I lowered it from 3 to 2 stars. Two problems with the design have become more of an issue.
The flap that holds it open collapses easily, and its frustrating to set it up again with one hand.
I use it on a standard dining room table and the corrugated plastic that makes up the mirror box has no traction. While I'm using it, It keeps sliding around making it much less effective. I suppose if my arm was full strength , its weight could keep the box in place and apply some resistance, but again if I could do that I wouldn't need the mirror box.
So now I need to look for some friction pads to keep it in place and some sort of way to keep it setup.
It makes me wonder if the manufacturer ever had someone with a weak arm test it in a home environment.