If you treat patients with movement disorders, Steadi-Two may be able to help. Steadi-Two products are is designed to help people with hand tremor and limited hand and arm mobility eat more easily. Conditions that may contribute to hand tremor include Parkinson's disease and essential tremor. Conditions that may contribute to limited hand and arm mobility include cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury, Huntington's disease, and post-stroke deficits.
Is Steadi-Two right for my patient?
Steadi-Two works most effectively for people with mild to moderate hand tremor. The tremor causes people regularly to spill food while eating, or leads people to bring their heads at least halfway towards their utensil to meet food.
To see if Steadi-Two is right for your patient, you can click the link for a quick 10 Second Online Assessment
for your patients to take. You can also watch videos of patients using the Steadi-Two Glove right here.
Note that Steadi-Two provides limited benefit to:
- People with intermittent tremor.
- People with severe tremor, large-amplitude tremor (above 12Hz) or dystonia.
- People whose hand tremor does not interfere with eating, or who spill only rarely when using utensils to bring food to their mouth (typically tremors below 4 Hz).
The amount of benefit will also vary depending on factors that affect the intensity of a person’s tremor at any given moment (such as medications, sleep, stress, and exercise).
Try out Steadi-Two
If you’re interested in trying out Steadi-Two for your practice, please contact us at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 888-505-0992 for more information or try it out in our of the certified clinics.