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Regaining Strength After StrokeTailwind featured in Discoveries + Breakthroughs - 05/01/2011 Regaining Strength After Stroke Read the article »

Tailwind Video Demonstrations

You want to take charge of your life and get back to being active.

With Tailwind, you have an easy-to-use bilateral arm movement exercise device that offers state-of-the-art technology and engineering. Its holistic approach focuses on arm movement therapy that puts the opportunity for success in your hands.

Play the videos below to learn why Tailwind’s unique design helps you recover from your symptoms of stroke and brain injury.

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Encore Path founder Kris Appel makes a pitch for help reaching 6 million stroke survivors with news about the Tailwind arm rehabilitation device. view video »

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Kris Appel accepting the Stevies award. view video »

Stroke survivors speak about their experiences with Tailwind

Every 40 seconds, someone in the US has a stroke...what if there was a way to improve accelerate your patient's recovery? Introducing Tailwind. view video »

On June 10, 2009, the University of Maryland BioPark hosted a news conference to unveil 'Tailwind', an invention by the University of Maryland School of Medicine to help stroke survivors recover some of their muscle functions. The device was demonstrated.

Researchers at University of MD unveil Tailwind at a news conference featured on NBC. view video »

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Tailwind device presentation at University of Maryland unveiling and clinic trial stroke victim interviews. view video »

Tailwind Device Demonstration

Detailed demonstration of Tailwind arm movement recovery device. view video »

Tailwind Featured on ABC News

New device gives hope to stroke survivors - Tailwind Featured on ABC News view video »




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