Smart Board*

Revolutionary device of upper limb rehab


Federal law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician or any other practitioner licensed by the law of the State in which the practitioner practices to use or order the use of the device.

Importance of Functional Arm Reaching Training

The Smart Board is a virtual-reality adapted mobile arm support, effectively improving range of motion and coordination of the shoulder and elbow joints

Clinical Partners

Smart Board for Upper Extremity Exercise following Stroke, Brain Injury, or other Neurological Diagnosis

Neofect Smart Board is a high-tech medical device that develops users' shoulder and upper arm movements to promote improved functional reach and muscle control throughout the extremity.

  • Even with only a small amount of upper arm movement present, a user can work on retraining reach

    Training games targeting shoulder and elbow movements automatically adjust in level of difficulty alongside progress, allowing for a personalized exercise experience.

  • Shoulder exercises for stroke patients at home

    Perform key arm exercises similar to what your physical or occupational therapist would prescribe, but with the added benefit of integration with fun, captivating games.

  • Provides goal-directed support and guidance for a personal home exercise program

    The Neofect Home Program promotes repetition and consistency, which are key to regaining mobility following a neurological event or diagnosis. The software's artifical intelligence algorithm creates comprehensive training sessions to best fit users' current needs.

Regular Rehabilitation Exercise Game Updates

Smart Board treatment programs and games are constantly updated, allowing for prolonged engagement and continued skill development.

Comprehensive Evaluation and Results Reporting

The Smart Board offers a data-driven evaluation program based on neuroscience principles. Free exploration, point-to-point reaching, and path drawing assessments quantify arm movements in the horizontal plane. The program prompts periodic reevaluation, allowing users to gauge progress towards recovery.

Free Exploration
Point-to-Point Reaching
Shape Drawing

In the Press

Mashable Asia

Clinical Partners

NYU Langone medical center
Shirley Ryan AbilityLab(formerly RIC)
Stanford health Care
VA Long Beach Healthcare System
NYU Langone medical center

Registration and Awards

Registered by CE
MedTech breakthrough awards
Registered by CE
MedTech breakthrough awards

Customers Say:

Interactive home rehabilitation programs to keep you engaged throughout your rehabilitation journey

  • ...after using the Smart Board for a month, I find myself using my affected arm almost automatically for small tasks like turning on lights or making the bed. The way that the training is structured, I know that I can work hard for 3 minutes or 5 minutes and then move on to a new game, so it is easy to stay motivated.

    Kay K.

  • Before the Smart Glove, my coordination was really bad. I’ve improved tremendously. Initially I couldn’t lift or break an egg or cut my meat and now I have the coordination to be safe doing that. It made therapy fun and motivating!

    Chris J.

  • I couldn’t depend on the therapy I had two hours a week to continue my recovery; I needed to do more, which is where the Smart Glove came in. The Smart Glove gives you a smart way to efficiently exercise. If you’re able to use it regularly you’ll do a lot of good for yourself.

    Tim G.