Sign up for a Neuro Rehabilitation Programme with MindMotion GO in the Comfort of your own Home.

The Royal Buckinghamshire Hospital is launching a new service with an exclusive discounted rate for the first 20 patients.

If you have experienced a stroke, spinal cord injury, brain injury, or other neurological disease, you may be eligible for this remote home rehab program. It doesn’t matter when the incident was – yesterday or a few years ago. Your therapist will assess your suitability and advise you on a program tailored to your needs.

The science is clear, increased dose and intensity at home are key requirements to improve quality of life and maximize functional recovery after a neurological incident. Technology provides you with this opportunity to achieve high repetitions and frequency in a fun and engaging way!

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It’s easy! Call us on 01296 678800, email our senior therapist or fill in the contact form below to confirm your suitability.

If appropriate, we will schedule your initial assessment and then provide you with a contact at the MindMaze company to arrange your equipment order.

Of course, before you start using MindMotion GO at home, our therapists will make sure that you are comfortable with the technology and programme before you start playing at home!


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The latest neuroscience has demonstrated evidence that high dose, high-intensity treatments, including at home, help maximize the recovery of neurological conditions.

Watch a video testimonial of the MindMotion GO
from former Royal Bucks patient and traumatic brain injury survivor, Emily.

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Watch a video testimonial of the MindMotion GO
from stroke survivor, John.

“I can use MindMotion GO by myself. It gives me confidence, enjoyment to do things I couldn’t do before my stroke.”

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  1. Ward et al., 2019: Intensive upper limb neurorehabilitation in chronic stroke: Outcomes from the Queen Square programme. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry, 90(5), 498–506.
  2. Daly et al., 2019: Long-Dose Intensive Therapy Is Necessary for Strong, Clinically Significant, Upper Limb Functional Gains and Retained Gains in Severe/Moderate Chronic Stroke. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 33(7), 523–537.
  3. Cramer et al., 2019: Efficacy of Home-Based Telerehabilitation vs In-Clinic Therapy for Adults After Stroke: A Randomized Clinical Trial. JAMA Neurology, 76(9), 1079.