New ReoSTREAM(TM) Robot-Assisted Stroke Therapy Now Available Locally

PHOENIX, April 29 /PRNewswire/ -- SWAN Rehab of Phoenix is proud to announce that it is one of the first outpatient stroke rehabilitation centers in the country to offer ReoSTREAM(TM), an intensive, three-week arm function recovery program for stroke patients featuring the latest in robot-assisted technology.

"Robot-assisted therapy is one of the most exciting advances in stroke rehabilitation in recent years," said Kay Wing, SWAN Rehab's Founder and President. "Clinical results with ReoSTREAM show that it provides outstanding arm function recovery, and we're very excited to be able to make it available to stroke patients in the Phoenix area."

"The ReoSTREAM had made me more aware of what my arm can do and its capabilities. This innovative therapy has given me increased flexibility and has allowed me to push myself more. I would encourage patients to try out the ReoSTREAM because I believe one will have an overall improved effect on mobility," said local Phoenix resident, Travis Nelson.

Open House Details

Patients and caregivers can learn first-hand about this innovative therapy at a free Open House at SWAN, Thursday, May 8th from 5-8 pm at:

Patients can make an appointment at the Open House for a free ReoSTREAM eligibility screening. The program is being hosted by SWAN Rehab and Motorika USA, the leader in robot-assisted stroke recovery therapy and maker of ReoSTREAM.

Please register in advance by calling 877-736-4680 ext. 132. Please provide your name and phone number and indicate that you plan on attending the SWAN Open House; or send an e-mail with the same information to [email protected]

About SWAN Rehab

SWAN was founded by Kay Wing in September 2003 to serve the needs of stroke and brain injury survivors. It has now expanded to also serve those with other neurological conditions. Therapy at SWAN is based on the philosophy that motor function can continue to improve regardless of the age of the individual or how many years have passed since the stroke or injury. For more information, go to


ReoSTREAM utilizes robot-assisted technology to provide every patient, regardless of initial functional level, with thousands of functionally oriented, customized, progressively engaged arm movements leading to measurable gains in a three-week period. This flexible technology creates a program solution for every patient. Each patient is progressed individually: low-functioning stroke patients receive intense proximal training leading to increased range of motion, normalized muscle tone, and decreased pain; mid- functioning stroke survivors will gain strength and increased active range of motion; high-functioning stroke survivors improve range of motion, smoothness and coordination of movement. For more information, go to

SOURCE SWAN Rehabilitation