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Picture of ACTION ARM --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 8/2012) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Action Arm is an arm support for feeding designed for use by individuals with neurological or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This device features multiple joints that simulate the motions of the human arm and provides variable repetition and kinesthetic feedback. The unit is equipped with adjustable resistance and range of motion, and the stylus adjusts to hold writing or eating utensils. It has a flexible mounting system.

Price: 149.00.

This product record was updated on August 29, 2012.

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FlagHouse, Inc.

601 Flaghouse Drive
Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey 07604-3116
United States
Telephone: 800-793-7900 or 800-332-9410 or 201-288-7600.
Fax: 800-793-7922 or 201-288-7887.

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