Through the grapevine we learn of a new physical therapy tool that effectively links the patient to the therapist, hopefully leading to proper execution of exercises while helping the patient along through the entire regimen. The patient holds the inside handles while the therapist grasps the outside ones, and the two can now perform various exercises together with immediate therapist corrections.
The Helping Hands therapy aid was developed at Cornell and was inspired by a similar device for training American football players.
Here are a couple videos demonstrating the use of HelpingHands:
Product page: Helping Hands …