Finger rehabilitation equipment (glove type) is also recommended for prevention of finger paralysis Spinal cord injury and physical paralysis

query_builder 2021/02/19

If your fingers are paralyzed and you are undergoing rehabilitation, continuous rehabilitation is required. Therefore, there are many people who train not only for outpatient rehabilitation but also for rehabilitation equipment that can be done at their own pace at home.

Paralysis of the fingers can also be caused by excessive strain and damage to the spinal cord due to injury or traffic accidents. In addition, damage to the spinal cord can paralyze areas other than the fingers.

Here, LAP Co., Ltd., which handles glove-type rehabilitation equipment recommended for training and prevention of finger paralysis, introduces spinal cord injury and physical paralysis.

Is finger paralysis caused by spinal cord injury? Rehabilitation equipment should be a glove type suitable for prevention

Is hand paralysis caused by spinal cord injury

A rehabilitation tool used to recover from finger paralysis. There are various types such as glove type. In addition to aiming for recovery, it may also be used from the perspective of preventing finger paralysis.

There are many factors that can cause paralysis of the fingers. Here, let's take a closer look at one of the factors that cause finger paralysis, spinal cord injury.

What is spinal cord injury that causes paralysis of fingers?

Spinal cord injury is the damage to the spinal cord that passes through the spinal canal. Inflammation of the spinal cord can cause the same problems as injury.

If the spinal cord is damaged, it can become paralyzed. The spinal cord is the central nerve, and once damaged, it becomes a difficult part to recover.

What Causes Spinal Cord Injury?

  • Traffic accident
  • Herniated disc


How to recover from paralysis caused by spinal cord injury?

It has generally been said that if the spinal cord is injured, the paralysis of the limbs cannot be recovered, but depending on the degree of damage, rehabilitation may recover the paralysis. In such a case, if the start of rehabilitation is delayed, the recovery will be delayed, so early rehabilitation is the point. When regenerative ability is lost, rehabilitation is performed to supplement the lost function by strengthening new neural circuits. By aiming to improve motor function through long-term rehabilitation, the paralysis caused by spinal cord injury may also be recovered.

What is physical paralysis? Can you prevent it?

What is physical paralysis

Spinal cord injury, which is one of the causes of finger paralysis. Training will be provided for recovery using rehabilitation equipment. Rehabilitation equipment is sometimes used for preventive purposes, and there are various types such as glove types. You can expect to recover from paralysis by using rehabilitation equipment, but the method and what you can do in your daily life will differ depending on the type.

Let's take a closer look at the paralysis caused by spinal cord injury.

Types of physical paralysis

  • Complete paralysis
  • Paresis

Complete paralysis means that the nerve transmission function from the brain, which is necessary for daily movements, is blocked, and all body functions other than the damaged part are paralyzed.

On the other hand, paresis is when the spinal cord is compressed and part of its function is paralyzed. Paresis, unlike complete paralysis, leaves many physical functions that can be moved.

When the spinal cord is injured, the rehabilitation training method and rehabilitation equipment used differ depending on the type of physical paralysis, and what can be done also changes.

Activities of daily living that change depending on the degree of physical paralysis

Depending on the damaged part of the cervical spine, what you can and cannot do will be different.

  • For cervical vertebrae 1-3

Respiratory function may not work properly. Therefore, it becomes difficult to breathe on its own, and a respirator is required. In addition, it becomes difficult to get up and perform activities of daily living such as eating and toileting, and assistance is required.

  • For cervical vertebra No. 4

It is possible to move the head and raise the shoulder blades. However, the function of the diaphragm does not work properly and you cannot breathe sufficiently.

  • For cervical vertebra No. 5

You can raise your arms and bend your elbows. Therefore, you can operate the wheelchair without any problem, but you cannot get on and off by yourself.

  • For cervical vertebra No. 6

You can bend your wrists and get on and off the wheelchair on your own.

  • For cervical spine 7

Since the elbows can move and support the body, it is possible to get up or move while sitting.

In this way, the content that affects activities of daily living differs depending on which part of the spinal cord is injured.

Sale of rehabilitation tools suitable for recovery from finger paralysis Easy to wear with glove type

I told you about spinal cord injury, which is one of the causes of finger paralysis, and physical paralysis. If a part of the body, such as the fingers, is paralyzed due to spinal cord injury, it can also cause paralysis of the whole body. When a spinal cord is injured, it is important to rehabilitate it as early as possible in some cases.

Also, if rehabilitation is required for a long period of time, it should be done continuously.

LAP Co., Ltd. handles glove-type rehabilitation equipment that enables continuous training. If you are looking for a rehabilitation device suitable for paralysis prevention and training, please apply for a free trial.


  • You can apply for a free trial of Power Assist Hand by phone.

    query_builder 2021/11/18
  • If paralysis remains due to sequelae such as cerebral infarction, accident, or injury

    query_builder 2021/11/16
  • Exhibited Power Assist Series at International Welfare Equipment Exhibition

    query_builder 2021/11/11
  • If you are looking for finger rehabilitation equipment, go to the exhibition

    query_builder 2021/10/29
  • A device that assists finger rehabilitation in the aftereffects of cerebral infarction

    query_builder 2021/10/28