Finger motor improvement system. Moving with the Fingerwave is like playing the piano - with the only difference that the keys move the fingers. The fingertips rest on individually adjustable pads that move up and down under motor control. The movement loosens and relaxes the fingers, promotes their blood circulation and stimulates the nerves and muscles. In addition, the neural system is stimulated. In the long term, this passive type of movement can improve the motor skills of the fingers again.
Training should begin with slow up and down movements of individual fingers. After successful training, the complexity of the movement can be increased by various, selectable programs until the user is able to follow more complex movement patterns with less energy.