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Touch - Tactile disorders, or sensory processing disorders, affect the sense of touch. In these disturbances, sensation may be felt too intensely or too subtly, or objects may in various ways seem unrecognizable when held in the hand. Tactile disorders are rooted in the brain and central nervous system and may result from neural disregulation or from brain tumors, injury or surgery. Touch Therapy is typically used as a type of therapeutic treatment in which the therapist physically touches the subject in a specific way, including reflexology and various forms of massage.
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Touch-Test 2-point Discriminator Touch-Test Sensory Evaluator - Each Padded Mitts
Touch-Test 2-point Discriminator
Usually Ships in 2 to 3 Business Days
HPMS Price $38.99
Touch-Test Sensory Evaluator - Each
Usually Ships in 2 to 3 Business Days
HPMS Price $31.99
Padded Mitts by Skil-Care - Options
Usually Ships in 2 to 3 Business Days
HPMS Price $10.90
Standardized testing for two-point discrimination can be done with this single unit. Consists of two sturdy, rotating, plastic disks. Used to test sensory sensitivity of diminishing or returning sensibility to hands and feet.  Filament bends when peak force threshold is reached. These lightweight mitts prevent the resident from
scratching, picking or bruising other residents.  Also limits the range
of arm motion when the extra tie strap is used. They also come in an extra padded "Plus" option.
   
 
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